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Saturday, September 20, 2008

LASIK & Laser Eye Surgery

The LASIK technology has been used by the Department of Defense (DOD) of USA and NASA to increase the performance of specialized personnel facing extreme physically demanding conditions which tremendously benefited civilians for more than five years now. According to Steven Schallhorn, M.D., a retired US Navy Captain and the clinical head for research and study in the DOD regarding the use of the said technology, LASIK has been validated by NASA and DOD to exceed all standards of safety and effectiveness.

As of the moment, the modern LASIK (iLASIK Procedure) is using two lasers compared to the earlier versions of procedures which used only one. The latest procedure has these several stages:

1. The wave-front technology maps the unique characteristics of the individual's eyes.
2. Next, a corneal flap is created by an ultrafast, computer-guided laser.
3. After the creation of the flap, the wave-front mapping data guides the second laser for vision correction.

With these advanced technologies, statistics showed that 95% of the 100 personnel gained a 20/20 vision or better and 100% of naval aviators highly recommend the procedure to there fellow aviators.

Dr. Schallhorn encourages people to be one of the over 12 million Americans who benefited from the LASIK technology.

This modern procedure really provides an excellent safety and visual results. It is fast, safe and the patient will not feel anything at all. It is certified virtually painless. Most of all, everybody can almost afford it. No joke at all. Eyeglasses and contact lenses are no longer IN. Having a 20/20 vision or better is what everybody needs. iLASIK Procedure has it. Go get it now.

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RONeiluke, RN said...


i really need to have this Lasik surgery... lumalabo na kasi ang mga mata ko. maxado na kasing abused from reading, watching TV, blogging, reading again... hehehe!

thanks for the INfo :)

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