Laser Vision Correction is a modern procedure that has helped revive vision for millions of people since it became approved by the F.D.A. in the middle of the 1990's. If you have poor vision and are interested in improving your vision there are some general LASIK requirements to take into consideration before meeting with a doctor about laser vision correction:
If you feel as though you meet the general Cleveland LASIK requirements to be a candidate for laser vision correction you should schedule an evaluation to determine if you are truly a strong candidate for a LASIK procedure. Each set of eyes is unique in that no two eyes appear to be the same. The best way to determine your candidacy 100% is to have an evaluation with a board certified ophthalmologist. The pre-operative evaluation will involve a series of diagnostic tests to determine the stability of your vision. After a thorough evaluation of your cornea, the doctors will be able to determine if you are a candidate. Below is a list of some items that are typically involved with the evaluation process:
If for some reason you do meet the LASIK requirements, the ophthalmologists at Clear Choice Custom LASIK Center will be able to recommend other procedures that can help you improve your eye sight. There are many suitable alternatives out there for patients with various needs.
We are dedicated to providing excellent visual results for our patients’ specific needs. Take our online LASIK Self-Test to find out what your ophthalmic needs are.
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