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Laser eye surgery is one of the safest and painless vision correction procedures, with over 30 years of clinical data on its long term results, stability and safety.
The results of laser eye surgery are permanent, which means for the majority of patients only one operation is ever required for vision correction in their lifetime. The evolution of technology combined with excellent surgical skills has resulted in a quantum leap in the safety and success of laser vision correction procedures. There have been over 6000 peer-reviewed scientific papers on LASIK alone and more on the other, less commonly performed, variants of laser eye surgery.
It’s normal to feel trepidation about undergoing any form of surgery – but arming yourself with the facts can help reduce your anxiety and provide reassurance. Here are some of the common fears and worries that people often have about laser eye surgery.
Despite only coming into the mainstream in the 1990s, laser-assisted vision correction is considered one of the safest medical procedures of all, due to the advanced techniques and technology which have significantly minimised the risks. That said, like any surgical procedure, there is always a small element of risk.
Some rare, but possible side-effects of laser eye surgery include:
As a patient, you may feel passive and helpless in terms of the risks. However, there are steps you can take to improve the likelihood of a safe procedure, free from complications.
If you’re still concerned about whether laser eye surgery is safe for you, contact us here.
Wondering why you should choose laser eye surgery? There are many reasons why this life changing surgery will be the best decision you make.
Laser eye surgery risks for serious complications are very rare, however, it’s important to stay informed before your treatment
Laser eye surgery is the most common form of lifestyle surgery that adults choose to have in the developed world. There have been tens of