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Laser eye surgery

Laser eye surgery

Laser eye surgery

What is laser eye surgery?

Laser eye surgery is a fairly straight forward, non-invasive procedure that is carried out to correct poor eyesight. The procedure reshapes the cornea using an excimer laser. Laser eye surgery is not available on the NHS as it is not seen as an essential operation. The procedure needs to be carried out privately and Doctify is the ideal place to find the best private laser eye surgery or hospital in London. Laser eye surgery can be used for people who are both long sighted and short sighted, as well as those with an astigmatism. It can make a huge difference to people’s lives, enabling them to see clearly for the first time.In order that the procedure is carried out properly and professionally though, it is important to find the best and top rated laser eye surgery available.

How is the procedure performed? (Laser eye surgery)

When to see a laser eye surgeon

If you are over 21 years of age and have been on a prescription for your eyesight for at least two years, then you should consider laser eye surgery. If eyesight has become an issue to you, or it affects your work or personal life then finding a laser eye surgery in London could make a huge difference to you. Doctify provides you access to London’s leading laser eye surgery specialists, ensuring that you are making an appointment with an expert in this field. With something as sensitive as your eyesight, making sure that you feel comfortable with your surgeon and confident of the surgery’s success, is a critical aspect of your decision.

How to prepare for the procedure? (Laser eye surgery)

It may be beneficial for you to talk to people who have had the procedure and ask them about their experiences. You will also undergo an eye examination.

What happens after the procedure? (Laser eye surgery)

There are a few risks with laser eye surgery, as with any procedure and complications can occur (albeit in less than 5% of cases). It is possible for part of the cornea to be displaced or bulge, which can affect your vision. There can also be cases of over or under correction.

After the procedure, some people may experience dry eyes for a few months, which can often be treated with artificial tears. Furthermore, in rare cases some people may experience a loss of vision. Ultimately, it is therefore important to have regular check ups to ensure that your eyes are healing well.

Disclaimer

This article is for information only and should not be used for the diagnosis or treatment of medical conditions. Doctify Limited has used all reasonable care in compiling the information but makes no warranty as to its accuracy. Consult a doctor or other health care professional for diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions. In the event of an emergency, please call 999 for immediate assistance.

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