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The Different Faces of LASIK

Thursday, April 9, 2009

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The Different Faces of LASIK

LASIK vision correction surgery is an effective but expensive procedure. It can set you back by as much as $2,500 for each eye. These costs vary according to the skills and experience of the LASIK doctor, and the type of LASIK technology that will be used on you. The LASIK clinic will give you a [...]

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Lens Replacement Surgery for Cataracts and Vision

Monday, November 17, 2008

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Lens Replacement Surgery for Cataracts and Vision

For majority of patients who want to eliminate their dependence on prescription glasses or contact lenses, Lasik surgery is the procedure of choice. If you are not qualified for LASIK because you have contraindications, eye surgeons often recommend Lasek, PRK or Epi-Lasik. These laser eye surgery procedures entail reshaping the cornea using an excimer Laser. [...]

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LASIK vs. PRK

Friday, October 17, 2008

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LASIK vs. PRK

There are many choices regarding laser eye surgery these days. It’s understandable that many people will think and rethink what type of laser eye surgery to go for in addressing their vision problems. First, there was LASIK, and now PRK is becoming more and more popular. It is actually contesting the popularity of LASIK in [...]

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What is Epi-LASIK?

Monday, September 15, 2008

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What is Epi-LASIK?

Epi-LASIK is a new type of laser eye surgery and is certainly the most advanced. Combining the best elements of Lasek, LASIK and PRK laser procedures, this procedure is done by separating the epithelial tissue from the cornea using an epikeratome instead of slicing into the cornea to produce a hinged flap, as is done [...]

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The World of LASIK: Its Different Variations

Thursday, July 10, 2008

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The World of LASIK: Its Different Variations

In spite of its popularity, it would be misleading to believe that LASIK eye surgery is inexpensive. In fact, the costs ranges from $499-$2,500 for each eye. Two major factors affect the cost: your LASIK surgeon’s experience and reputation, and the LASIK technology utilized to operate on you. A LASIK patient actually has different options [...]

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