LASER VISION CORRECTION SURGERY
Are you a candidate for LASER VISION CORRECTION (LVC)?
LVC is a procedure that corrects vision problems by reshaping the cornea with a laser. This procedure can correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. For most people, 20/20 vision is restored, and it’s no longer necessary to wear glasses or contact lenses.
Should I have LVC?
Laser Vision correction has been widely available for more than 40 years and is a safe and effective vision correction option. Like all medical procedures, LVC has risks and benefits. Because it is an elective procedure, LVC is a personal choice; one that deserves your focus and attention because, after all, it is surgery and your vision is important.
The decision to have LASIK should include questions and research that everyone should consider.To discover the benefits of LVC, make an appointment at The Eye Centers of Racine and Kenosha. There we will discuss the procedure options and determine if LVC surgery is an a good choice for you.
Am I am a candidate for LVC?
To be a candidate for LVC you must be over eighteen years old, have healthy corneas and not had a significant increase in your prescription in twelve months. Also, you should not have any recurring eye problems or inflammation or serious health issues affecting your eyes.
However, the goal of the LVC procedure is to reduce your dependence on corrective lenses. This procedure can not correct presbyopia, the natural aging of the eye. This normally occurs after the age 40 and requires the use of reading glasses. In cases of people over 40 who have laser vision correction surgery, they may require glasses for reading after the procedure.
Interested in LASIK or PRK?
Contact Tina, our Refractive Coordinator, to ask questions or set up a complementary consultation to discover if you’re a candidate!
Call or Text Tina on our LASIK LINE
(262)994.Eyes (3937) or email: email@example.com