Of Lasik and iLasik

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Lasik (laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis), according to wikipedia, is a popular elective refractive laser eye surgery performed by ophthalmologists for the correction of myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism. It is an alternative to wearing optical eyeglasses or lenses. The NASA and US military personnel highly recommended using laser vision correction for the effectiveness of their personnel. One can't be working in NASA having a vision problem. Wearing contact lenses or eyeglasses is not enough to be able to effectively correct eye vision. There has been some notable results after that was implemented for those who suffer from vision problems especially those who work at NASA or US Military Force and with iLasik coming into the picture, laser vision correction has made even more effective. Why is is more effective? Because they use two lasers instead of one. In the first stage of iLASIK, wave-front technology maps the unique characteristics of the individual’s eyes. Then, an ultrafast, computer-guided laser creates a corneal flap. With iLASIK, they even made it more affordable for people to undergo this surgery. When you come to think of it, or when you start to calculate how much you spend for eyeglasses, follow up check ups and and all that, you'll realize that going for LASIK surgery won't be that very expensive. For more on just visit their website at www.ilasik.com