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Friday, April 1, 2011

What Is The Lasik Eye Assessment For?

By Owen Jones

The first thing that will occur before any surgery is an examination of the eye in question. An examination is crucial, because not everybody is a perfect candidate for Lasik surgery. This is because not all eyes are the same shape and not everyone is experiencing bad eyesight for the same reason. So, during the examination, the Lasik surgeon will determine the cause of your deteriorating eyesight and map an exact picture of your eye.

The examination of your eye will also divulge the thickness of the cornea and the ability of your eye to create tears. In order to do this, the surgeon will drip a liquid into your eye in order to dilate it. This makes it easier to find any irregularities including the refractive error, which is a term used to describe why your eyesight is not perfect.

The Lasik surgeon will then talk about the results of the examination with the patient. This is to discover any previous surgery or damage the eye has undergone. There will also be questions concerning the patient's other illnesses, the patient's family history of eye issues and concerning any medicine that the patient is currently taking. Impending pregnancy is a reason for waiting and the patient will be asked what his or her expectations of the surgery are.

The surgery usually produces excellent results with enormous improvements in eyesight, but a surgeon would prefer that you do not expect too much. They prefer you to be surprised at how excellent the results are than disappointed. Most individuals are very pleased with the results, it must be said.

Before going for the examination, it is a good idea not to get your hopes up. Some individuals are considered unsuitable for Lasik eye surgery. Some might be recommended other surgery techniques like total lens replacement. With lens replacement, the old, human lens is extracted from within the eye and a plastic one is put in.

This lens replacement surgery is invasive, but does not hurt and just takes about 40 minutes. Lasik surgery takes less time and is also painless. If the surgeon rejects Lasik surgery, ask about alternative techniques including the replacement of your lens.

There are also different techniques of Lasik, so if you are refused one sort, ask if there are other types of laser surgery on hand.

Let's say that you are accepted for laser surgery, your surgeon will give you a couple of directions which you ought to follow as if your eyesight depended upon it. These instructions can vary from surgeon to surgeon, from patient to patient and from technique to technique, but may be similar to those below.

Frequently, they will recommend that you do not wear contact lenses for a while (days or weeks) before the operation. This is because contact lenses can distort the shape of the eye or cornea. It also depends on which sort of contact lenses you use - hard or soft, so be sure your surgeon knows and make certain that you know what you use so that you can give truthful information.

General advice is to get cautious with eye make-up for 48 hours before the operation and have someone to pick you up from the surgery.

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