Friday, September 5, 2008

Lasik, Modern Vision Correction!

Posted by Cecile at Friday, September 05, 2008
Nowadays, more and more people use eye glasses and and contact lenses to correct their bad vision in order to clearly see and read, and I am one of them. And sometimes, using these things can be uncomfotable. Contact lenses is very popular nowadays especially for those who can afford to buy it. Have you heard about LASIK technology? It is now being advertise on television and newspaper and how effective it is for eye correction.
The U.S military and NASA increase the performance of mission-critical personnel using laser vision correction technologies that have benefited civilians for more than five years now. An all-laser form of LASIK has been tapped by the Department of Defense (DOD) and NASA to improve the vision of specialized personnel facing extreme, physically demanding conditions. Steven Schallhorn, a retired U.S. Navy captain said that today’s Lasik exceeds all established standards of safety and effectiveness.


Today, modernLasik, known as the iLasik procedure, uses two lasers instead of one, just like the earlier versions of the procedure. And the combination of advanced laser technologies creates a custom-fit procedure clinically proven to provide excellent safety and visual results.
Today, in modern Lasik, 100 military personnel showed that 95% achieved 20/20 uncorrected vision or better. Dr. Schallhorn said that : this is now th better time to join 12 millions americans who benefited from Lasik. If you want to learn more
LASIK information, visit their website at ilasik.com

Sponsored by iLASIK

1 comments:

Carson Danfield said...

Yes Cecile, LASIK eye surgery is a medical procedure that can correct your vision by altering the physical properties of your eye.

The more progressive LASIK surgery centers perform in-depth analysis of your eyes as an evaluation procedure to determine if you're a good candidate for the LASIK procedure. The evaluation process, which is largely controlled by computer itself, maps the overall physical makeup of each eye. A traditional eye exam determines your visual abilities and then an exhaustive computer analysis determines if your eyes can be enhanced by the LASIK procedure.

 

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