Was checking out my wife’s nail polish job and started to wonder how safe and effective is this Lasic Eye Surgery. She keeps telling me to get it done, and it’s the best decision she had ever made…. But wow, I can’t imagine myself shaving with that kind of eyesight. According to the quote from WiseGeek, it says that most common complications is failure to correct vision. But my wife swears that here vision is perfect….
“Like any surgery, laser eye surgery carries some risks for the patient. Most surgeons who specialize in laser eye surgery claim that while not every patient experiences corrected vision, the risks of serious complications are low. Though this may be true, there are some complications that may warrant more concern.
The most common complication is failure to correct vision. Some patients who undergo laser eye surgery need a second surgery. Since most health insurance plans do not cover laser eye surgery, this is an expense the patient must incur. In some cases, little or no vision correction is achieved. This makes laser eye surgery a financial risk as well as a health risk. While every potential candidate for laser eye surgery is supposed to be examined to determine if they are a valid candidate, you should be certain that your surgeon and his staff are experienced and competent enough to make that determination.”