Tuesday, March 22, 2011

LASIK Surgery & Hyperopia?

Question: Does LASIK Surgery correct farsightedness or hyperopia?

Answer: LASIK Surgery can correct farsightedness or hyperopia. However whether LASIK Eye Surgery is the procedure of choice for people who are farsighted can only be answered after a thorough examination and consultation with a LASIK Surgeon who can offer LASIK Surgery as well as other possible alternatives to LASIK that might prove to be as good as or even better than LASIK including PRK and Lens Replacement Surgery. The ultimate decision can only be made between you and a top LASIK surgeon after your consultation.

Important Note: The information presented on the See With LASIK Blog or provided in response to a request for information in the Ask LASIK Surgeons section on http://www.seewithlasik.com/ is not intended to diagnose or treat eye problems, eye conditions or eye diseases including appropriateness of treatment, risks, complications or side effects as related to LASIK. In particular a response to an inquiry made on the Ask LASIK Surgeons section of http://www.seewithlasik.com/ is not meant to take the place of the professional medical care provided by your eye doctor, ophthalmologist and LASIK surgeon. Contacting us via e-mail or any other means is not a substitute for medical care.

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