Laser in Situ Keratomileusis (Lasik) is laser surgery to correct refractive errors like nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism. An Excimer Laser beam reshapes the cornea by removing microscopic amounts of tissue from its middle layer without invading the adjacent cell layers, precisely reshaping the cornea. Full LASIC FAQ's Page
"The Thief of Sight" GLAUCOMA
What is Glaucoma?
Our eyes are filled with liquid, which is constantly flowing to keep the eye clean and our vision clear. If the inflow exceeds the outflow, the inner eye pressure will increase and may cause severe damage to the optic nerve. This damage is irreparable and often leads to a complete loss of sight if left untreated. Full GLAUCOMA FAQ's Page
"Clouding of the Lens" CATARACT
What is Cataract?
To allow perfect vision, the eye lens must be crystal clear. A Cataract is a clouding of the lens, much like a fogged window. Symptoms may differ depending on the amount and pattern of the cloudiness. For mild cases, there may be no effect to eyesight, but for more severe cases, there can be a serious impingement of sight. Full CATARACT FAQ's Page
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