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Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Boston Lasik Surgery

If you are looking to improve your vision, you might consider getting iLASIK surgery. This type of surgery is revolutionary and uses two computer-guided lasers. The first laser is a blade free laser and creates a thin corneal flap, which is then folded back to allow the second laser to do it's job. The second laser is a CustomVue wavefront laser and it will correct your vision based on the exact measurements of your eye. If you are unable to receive LASIK surgery, then you might want to consider boston lasik prk. Some people don't qualify for LASIK because they have a thin corneas or large pupils. PRK doesn't require the creation of a corneal flap so you still might qualify for this type of surgery. You might receive more postoperative pain however. When you visit the Boston Laser website, you can get all kinds of information concerning laser surgery. It is important to get all the needed information before deciding to do this surgery. So if you are tired of wearing glasses, and you want to improve your vision permanently, then Boston Laser is the place you need to visit. So what are you waiting for? You should visit them today and see how they can help you.

2 comments :

Rocky said...

I actually had a few friends and two family members go to New England Eye Center at Tufts Medical Center for LASIK. A few of them are actually seeing better than 20/20..with two of them seeing 20/10! They apparently call that Eagle Vision. I'm so jealous. New England Eye Center rocks! Check them out at www.MyLasikDoc.com

David D. Richardson, M.D. said...

Probably the most important decision someone who is considering LASIK must make is what surgeon to choose. Although I do not perform LASIK, I have created a document for my cataract patients to help them in choosing a surgeon. The article can be viewed by clicking this link:

http://sgveye.com/en/resources/35-about-your-eyes/233-10-things-you-must-know-before-choosing-your-cataract-surgeon

The advice in this document can be applied to choosing any surgeon in any specialty, not just cataract surgeons.

Sincerely,

David D. Richardson, M.D.
Medical Director

San Gabriel Valley Eye Associates, Inc.
207 S. Santa Anita Street, Suite P-25
San Gabriel, CA 91776
626.289.7856
www.sgveye.com

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