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Realtime uncut unedited LASIK procedure live with real sound


Realtime uncut unedited LASIK procedure live with real sound

LASIK Surgery and its Risks


The FDA developed this video to inform potential patients about the risks of LASIK. The video includes images of common visual problems that a LASIK patient may see. [vpmedicaldevices]

LASIK or PRK? Which is right for me? Animation.


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LASIK, or “laserassisted in situ keratomileusis,” is the most commonly performed laser eye surgery to treat myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism. The goal of the treatment is to reshape the cornea to correct the refractive error of the eye.
The cornea is the transparent domeshaped structure in front of the eye. The cornea refracts light and accounts for about twothirds of the eye’s total optical power. Altering the curvature of the cornea changes the way light rays enter the eye. As a result, the light rays can be focused properly onto the retina for clearer vision.
For nearsighted people, the laser is used to flatten the cornea. For farsighted people, the cornea is made steeper. For patients with astigmatism, the laser is used to smooth the irregularlyshaped cornea into a more regular shape.
The outer layer of the cornea the epithelium – is capable of replacing itself within a few days after being damaged or removed. The deeper layer of the cornea – the stroma, on the contrary, is a permanent corneal tissue with very limited regenerative capacity. The stroma, if reshaped by a laser, will remain that way permanently.
In this procedure, a thin, circular “FLAP” is created in the surface of the cornea to gain access to the permanent corneal tissue. This can be done with a mechanical cutting tool called a microkeratome, OR, for a bladefree experience, by a femtosecond laser. An excimer laser is then used to remove some corneal tissue to reshape the cornea. Excimer laser uses cool ultraviolet light beams to vaporize microscopic amounts of tissue in a precise manner to accurately reshape the cornea. The excimer laser is computercontrolled and is programmed based on the patient’s refractive error. The flap is then laid back in place and is allowed to heal.
LASIK eye surgery is mostly painless and can be completed within minutes. Improved vision can usually be seen overnight.

PRK, or photorefractive keratectomy, was the first type of laser eye surgery for vision correction and is the predecessor to the popular LASIK procedure. In PRK, NO flap is created. Rather, the epithelial cells on the eye surface are simply removed. An excimer laser is then used to reshape the cornea just like it does in LASIK.
The vision correction outcomes of PRK surgery are comparable to those of LASIK, but the recovery period is longer. This is because the epithelium is completely removed in PRK and it takes a few days to regenerate. PRK patients also have more discomfort and haziness of vision in the first few days after the surgery. Improved vision also takes longer to achieve.
PRK does, however, offer certain advantages. Because PRK does not involve creation of a flap, which contains both epithelial and deeper stromal tissue, the entire thickness of the stroma is available for treatment. The treatment range is therefore higher. This is particularly useful for patients with high levels of myopia or for those whose cornea is too thin for LASIK. PRK is also free of flaprelated complication risks.

LASIK or PRK? Which is right for me? Animation.

Lasik Eye Surgery Procedure Video


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Contact us to find out more http://www.londonvisionclinic.com/contactus/ A video of an actual lasik eye surgery procedure taking place, using VisuMax and MEL 80 at the London Vision Clinic.

Visit http://www.londonvisionclinic.com/areyousuitable/lasik to find out more about the laser eye surgery process.

Lasik Eye Surgery Procedure Video

LASIK Surgery 3D Medical Animation


LASIK eye surgery is commonly performed laser refractive surgery to correct vision problems. Laserassisted in situ keratomileusis (LASIK) can be an alternative to glasses or contact lenses. During LASIK surgery, a special type of cutting laser is used to precisely change the shape of the domeshaped clear tissue at the front of your eye (cornea) to improve vision.

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LASIK Surgery  3D Medical Animation

How does laser eye surgery work? Dan Reinstein


Explore the eyeopening science of LASIK: corrective laser eye surgery that focuses on reshaping the cornea to fix blurry vision.

In 1948, Spanish ophthalmologist Jose Ignacio Barraquer Moner was fed up with glasses. He wanted a solution for blurry vision that fixed the eye itself, without relying on external aids. The surgery he eventually devised was called “keratomileusis,” and his technique focused on reshaping the cornea— what we now know as LASIK. So how does laser eye surgery actually work? Dan Reinstein explains.

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How does laser eye surgery work?  Dan Reinstein

Laser Refractive Surgery: How is SMILE different from LASIK and PRK? | Mitra Nejad, MD


Explore the eyeopening science of LASIK: corrective laser eye surgery that focuses on reshaping the cornea to fix blurry vision.

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In 1948, Spanish ophthalmologist Jose Ignacio Barraquer Moner was fed up with glasses. He wanted a solution for blurry vision that fixed the eye itself, without relying on external aids. The surgery he eventually devised was called “keratomileusis,” and his technique focused on reshaping the cornea— what we now know as LASIK. So how does laser eye surgery actually work? Dan Reinstein explains.

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Laser Refractive Surgery:  How is SMILE different from LASIK and PRK? | Mitra Nejad, MD

LASIK Eye Surgery Experience | What to Expect Before & After Surgery


Dr. Denton is back to discuss a little more about LASIK and what to expect when you get refractive surgery. Make sure that you are the right candidate for the surgery and that you have had an annual exam performed by your Optometrist. During your exam, let your Optometrist know you are interested in LASIK. After running extra tests, they will refer you to a LASIK expert in your area. Many LASIK centers offer complimentary screenings and offer information about what to expect and pricing. Continue watching as Dr. Denton explains postLASIK surgery. LASIKSurgery LASIK

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LASIK Eye Surgery Experience | What to Expect Before & After Surgery

My LASIK Eye Surgery Experience


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Let me take you through my entire experience with LASIK before, during, and after the procedure. I share a lot of information, so below are timestamps for each section.

// TIMESTAMPS
0:22 What is LASIK?
1:05 You can’t go blind from LASIK
1:36 Is LASIK safer than contacts?
2:20 My eye history (My prescription was 4.25 / 4.5)
3:52 Why LASIK was a good choice for me
4:40 First step: The Consultation
7:05 Preparing for laser eye surgery
8:12 What happens on the day of the procedure
10:30 My surgery story!!
14:47 After the procedure
16:53 Healing & checkups
20:43 My doctor: IQ Laser Vision + discount code

Note: I am not an expert. Please do your research if you’re seriously considering LASIK. If you decide to do it, make sure you go with a reputable doctor with years of proven excellence. Don’t compromise for a lower price and less experienced doctor because these are your EYES we’re talking about! Good luck 🙂

// DOCTOR + DISCOUNT

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My LASIK Eye Surgery Experience

Debunking Your LASIK Myths with Dr. Manuel Chaknis Part 1


Dr. Manuel Chaknis, refractive surgeon at Milan Eye Center, debunks some of the biggest misconceptions regarding LASIK eye surgery, including the risk of dry eye, and having LASIK performed with astigmatism or farsightedness. He will also address myths regarding getting LASIK after cataract or RK surgery, as well as the need for glasses after LASIK.

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Debunking Your LASIK Myths with Dr. Manuel Chaknis Part 1

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