iLASIK: The Generation i Procedure

>> Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Reading is part of our daily life. Many of us love to read any informative materials such as books, magazines, novels and the like. Hence, it is important to read so one can follow certain instructions, directions, or just be informed to some important things in life.

Having good eyesight is one criterion to maintain optimum reading ability. In this connection, there is a latest LASIK Technology in the market today which corrects eye problems. So now you may ask what this LASIK technology is all about.

Well, the modern LASIK, known as the iLASIK Procedure uses two lasers. Unlike the previous earlier versions of the procedure which uses only one laser.

The first two lasers used in the iLASIK Procedure is the wave-front technology that maps the unique characteristics of the individual’s eyes. Then, the second, the ultra fast, computer-guided laser that creates a corneal flap. Remember, there are no more blades that are used in this new procedure. The combination of these advanced laser technologies clinically prove that it provide an excellent safety and visual results.

Consequently, the NASA and the U.S. military has already been using this kind of painless and safe eye procedure. Many of their personnel have improved their vision after having the procedure, and now have 20/20 vision. These groups would also recommend the surgery to their other colleagues.

How about you, are you also interested to experience painless eye surgery? For more LASIK information, visit their site.



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