Almost everyone with glasses or contact lenses has dreamed of enjoying the outdoors, at least once, without contacts or glasses. Lasik surgery has turned this dream of thousands of people into reality, and so it has become very popular. As the technology has advanced and matured, Lasik surgery has become more accessible to a greater number of people, and also it has become more affordable than ever.
However, it doesn’t mean that Lasik is a quick decision for every suitable candidate. Here are a few things everyone must consider before signing up for Lasik eye surgery in Dubai.
What is your age?
The question – what is the right age to undergo Lasik has never been definitely answered. Some surgeons suggest it not getting done until a person has turned 18. On the other hand, many ophthalmologists suggest it getting done until the candidate has turned at least 25! Exact numeric age is not a deciding factor, but the important point is – Is your vision stable? Ideally, your prescription should not have changed at least for two years. It ensures that your corneas are fully developed and are ready to withstand surgical procedure.
Do your glasses or contacts give you pain?
One of the biggest reasons for Lasik surgery is the annoyance that comes with wearing and caring for contact lens and glasses. For some people, it is a breeze to use them, but for some, it comes with many hardships that it needs to be. For example, many contact lens wearers make their life harder by forgetting to put off lenses while sleeping which cannot only build calcium deposit but also scratch the eyeballs. Using contact lenses often comes as a hindrance to taking good care of eyes.
Are you getting Laski surgery done by an experienced practitioner?
Once you have decided to undergo surgery, it is a great decision! Now you need to be careful and conscientious in choosing the right surgeon. You cannot risk leaving your precious eyes in the hands of someone inexperienced and incompetent. Fortunately, finding an experienced Lasik eye surgeon is Dubai is easier than you think. You simply need to browse the internet or ask your friends and family members for referrals. Look for positive references and testimonials. Always take this suggestion seriously as it can bring all the difference.
Unless some close family member or friends has not undergone Lasik surgery, you might not know about the recovery period. The recovery period for Lasik is comparatively very less if compared to other types of surgery. You may be able to go back to work the same day or even same week. You may not drive in the first few days, just after the procedure. Still, the recovery period is short, and you can easily plan for it accordingly. You only need to spare a few days for recovery, and in return, you get rid of wearing contacts or glasses.
Do you have astigmatism?
Astigmatism is imperfection in the eye lens or irregularity in the shape of the cornea which leads to blurred vision. People with astigmatism are often not eligible for Lasik. It is often more difficult to correct, be it spectacles, contact lenses, or surgery. Fortunately, some candidates with astigmatism can get Lasik done with recent advances and expect positive results. The seriousness of astigmatism can be evaluated by your ophthalmologist, so it is advisable to schedule an appointment.
Wearing glasses and contacts for too long can be pretty annoying. Lasik surgery can save you from this. You just need to visit your ophthalmologist to know whether you are the right candidate or not.
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