What Is The Cure For Glasses & Contact Lenses?
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Is There A Cure For Glasses & Contact Lenses?

Is There A Cure For Glasses & Contact Lenses?

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Laser Eye Surgery
Tina Khanam|
August 1, 2021
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Dear Glasses & Contact Wearers,

Have you ever been alone in your kitchen late at night? It’s cosy and quiet and there is no sound. But then suddenly the fridge stops and you realise that you hadn’t noticed the noise.

Now however it’s even quieter and you realise how lovely real silence is. But then after a while the fridge restarts. Its return is noisy and intrusive, disturbing the silence you had been enjoying.

Well, can you imagine the same experience but this time instead of the fridge stopping it's your need for glasses that stops!

Suddenly everything is clearer and your eyes are normal all of the time. There is no need to find your glasses or put in your contacts, your vision is there, clear for you 24 hours a day.

Think of the freedom that you could then enjoy. Then imagine that one day you wake up over 40 and the dependence on glasses has returned! Imagine how distressing and inconveniencing such a thing would be. That period of freedom from glasses illustrated to you what a handicap needing them is.

You’re back to the daily chore of putting in your lenses, taking them out, ordering new ones, remembering to take them on holiday- all the burden and handicap revisited for the rest of your life. Today’s laser surgery is safer than ever and is in fact at least as safe and possibly even safer than wearing contact lenses.

You could be made free from glasses today! With a range of laser eye surgery techniques, this freedom could last forever.

The Cure For Contact Wearers

The Cure For Glasses & Contacts

I want you to imagine for a moment that you’ve invented a permanent cure for a disease. Let’s say you discovered a cure for Parkinson’s that was safe and effective in all cases. Then imagine you found someone suffering from the disease who hadn’t heard of your cure. Imagine defusing the myths of eye surgery and the possibilities of modern technology.

So let me encourage you to look closely at what is now possible with modern laser technologies. Don’t rely on what you’ve heard before because that is already completely out of date.

The precision of using the best laser eye surgery is astonishing, the safety is unparalleled and the long-term results are stable.

There isn't a universally recognised permanent cure for all vision problems that would entirely eliminate the need for glasses or contact lenses. However, there are various surgical procedures and techniques that can correct certain vision issues:

  1. LASIK (Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis): This is a popular surgical procedure used to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. It involves reshaping the cornea using a laser to improve how light is focused onto the retina.
  2. PRK (Photorefractive Keratectomy): Similar to LASIK, PRK is a laser eye surgery that corrects vision by reshaping the cornea. The main difference is that in PRK, the outer layer of the cornea (epithelium) is removed before the laser treatment.
  3. LASEK (Laser Epithelial Keratomileusis): This procedure combines elements of both LASIK and PRK. It involves creating a flap in the cornea's epithelium and then using a laser to reshape the cornea.
  4. ICL (Implantable Collamer Lens): This is a phakic intraocular lens that is surgically implanted in front of the natural lens inside the eye. It can correct moderate to severe nearsightedness.
  5. RLE (Refractive Lens Exchange): This procedure is similar to cataract surgery. The natural lens of the eye is removed and replaced with an artificial lens, which can correct vision problems.
  6. Orthokeratology (Ortho-K): This non-surgical procedure uses special contact lenses to reshape the cornea temporarily. People wear these lenses at night to correct vision during the day.

Advances in medical science and technology may bring new developments in vision correction in the future, so it's always a good idea to consult with an eye care professional for the most up-to-date information on available treatments.

Glasses Vs Contact Lenses Vs Laser Eye Surgery

Option Pros Cons
Glasses
  • Easy to put on and take off
  • No direct contact with the eyes
  • Can be a fashion statement
  • May cause discomfort or pressure on the nose and ears
  • Peripheral vision may be slightly limited
  • May fog up in certain conditions
Contact Lenses
  • Provide natural field of vision
  • Don't interfere with activities or fashion choices
  • Don't fog up or get wet in rainy conditions
  • Require cleaning and maintenance
  • May cause dryness or irritation
  • Possibility of infections if not cared for properly
Laser Eye Surgery
  • Offers freedom from glasses and contacts
  • Permanent correction for many vision problems
  • No daily maintenance required
  • Requires a surgical procedure
  • Potential for short-term discomfort or side effects
  • Not suitable for everyone

Finding A Profesional Eye Clinic

Embrace a life free from the constraints of glasses and contacts with My-iClinic's cutting-edge technology. Experience the liberating power of vision correction like never before. Say goodbye to the hassle of daily maintenance and hello to crisp, clear sight. Seize this opportunity to invest in your visual freedom today. Schedule your consultation with My-iClinic and step into a future of clarity and comfort.

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