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How is LASIK procedure performed?

Find out how LASIK is performed!
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Can I go blind from LASIK?
While there is a risk of going blind such as unforeseen accidents during the procedure, it is extremely unusual and very rare to go blind from a LASIK surgery.
Is Hospital Stay Required?
LASIK procedure is carried out as an outpatient procedure (Surgeries that allow the patient to return home on the same day after a surgical procedure is performed) and you can go home after the procedure on the same day.
How Long does LASIK take?
The length of the LASIK surgery depends on a couple of factors, such as the level of correction needed, and your prescription
Can both eyes be treated at the same time?
Yes. Research data have shown that bilateral LASIK is safe and convenient. This practice is in fact now routine in many centres around the world. Bilateral surgery is even preferred by many patients and surgical centres for the following reasons
What precautions must I take before LASIK surgery?
Before you decide to go with the LASIK surgery, keep in mind that patients with certain diseases might not be able to reach a safe and effective results from the LASIK surgery.
What is LASIK?
LASIK stands for Laser Assisted In-Situ Keratomileusis. It is now widely considered as the procedure of choice for the correction of most cases of myopia.
Am I a suitable LASIK candidate?
LASIK is a popular refractive surgery with a high success rate. However, not everyone is a suitable candidate.
Who is not suitable for LASIK?
Although LASIK enjoys a high success rate and is a popular procedure, it is not for everyone. For example, to be a suitable candidate for the surgery, you should not be suffering from any active eye diseases such as cataract, glaucoma, retinal detachment or keratoconus.
Are the results of LASIK permanent?
Another frequently asked question is that if the results from LASIK surgery are permanent.