LASIK surgery can be beneficial if you work in a profession that requires a lot of focus. For example, if you work in an office and spend most of your day looking at a computer screen, LASIK can help you reduce eye strain and fatigue. The surgery can also be helpful if you work in a job that requires reading small print or seeing objects at a distance.
How long does LASIK Surgery last?
LASIK surgery is performed using a laser. The entire procedure usually takes less than 30 minutes per eye, and most people experience little to no discomfort during the surgery. Recovery from LASIK is typically quick; most people see well enough to return to work within a day or two after having the surgery.
Are You a Good Candidate for LASIK?
Most adults who are 18 years of age or older and have good overall health are good candidates for LASIK surgery. If you wear contact lenses or glasses, you will need to have had stable vision for at least two years before considering LASIK surgery.
If you are considering LASIK surgery, there are many things to take into account such as whether you are a good candidate for the procedure and what your specific goals are for having the surgery. However, if you work in a profession that requires a lot of focus, LASIK could be a good option for you.
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