LASIK (laser-assisted in-situ keratomileusis) is one of the most common eye surgeries for myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism treatment. This procedure involves corneal reshaping to allow the light that enters the eye to be focused properly onto the retina for improved vision.
In addition to eyeglasses and contact lenses, another effective myopia-control method is laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis, otherwise known as LASIK. It is a reliable and lasting solution not only for those who are nearsighted but also for individuals with hyperopia, astigmatism and even presbyopia. Today, Myopia Institute discusses the steps involved in the LASIK process.
Apart from prescription eyeglasses and contact lenses, Myopia Institute offers corneal reshaping therapy as a lasting solution to myopia and other refractive errors. This involves surgical (LASIK) and non-surgical (orthokeratology) ways to correct structural infirmities that are often the root cause of vision problems. Before recommending them, we may evaluate first if you are a good candidate. Here are some criteria you need to meet: [Read more…]
Myopia involves difficulty seeing things from afar. Your close-range vision, however, remains unaffected, which is why it’s also referred to as nearsightedness. Although it’s a common vision problem, many still believe certain myths about it, preventing them from seeking appropriate treatment. Let your expert optometrist from the Myopia Institute reveal the truth behind four popular myopia misconceptions.