Archive for the 'Complications for LASIK Eye Surgery' Category

LASIK Technology has allowed laser eye surgery to progress

Thursday, August 7th, 2008

Over the past ten years, excimer laser technology has improved tremendously.  Today’s lasers are faster, more accurate, more safe, and more efficient.  In the initial FDA studies laser surgery patients were content with 20/40 vision.  LASIK was viewed as a success when a patient could pass a driving test without glasses. Today LASIK and laser [...]

LASIK and the New Year 2007

Tuesday, January 2nd, 2007

With the New Year 2007, many people must be wondering what changes can be expected to come out this year in San Jose, San Francisco, and the Bay Area.  Let me offer my opinion on this. LASIK eye surgery is safe and effective and has been for many years now.  While there are certainly changes [...]

What is safer LASIK or contact lenses?

Tuesday, October 24th, 2006

A recent study has concluded that LASIK eye surgery is now safer than contact lens wear in long-term safety.  While this news is nothing new it does provide food for thought for the millions of people who are currently using contact lenses. Recent outbreaks of viral, bacterial, and fungal eye infections have left many wondering [...]