Are you thinking about getting LASIK done?
Are you contemplating when to get it done?
Well, before we talk about the best time to get LASIK, we first need to discuss what exactly LASIK is.
What Is LASIK?
LASIK is an optical surgery that fixes the issues regarding farsightedness, nearsightedness, and astigmatism. All three of these issues are a result of flaws occurring in the focus area of the cornea and can be corrected by reshaping it.
The reshaping is necessary to fix the visual issues. This is because if the cornea is too sloped, it will create an issue with nearsightedness while if it is too flat, it might result in farsighted impairment. In case the cornea is too round, it could result in astigmatism.
Now, what LASIK does is basically fix the cornea according to whatever its problem might be. A LASIK surgeon builds a protective layer of tissues around the cornea’s exterior and then, with the aid of a laser, expunges out the microscopic cells under the layer. The flap of tissues is replaced and the patient’s eyes are bandaged until they heal. Within a month, the patient begins to notice improvements in their visual acuity.
Now that we have talked about what LASIK is, you must relax because it is not harmful at all. In fact, if anything, it should be done as soon as possible. But why? Well, let’s find out.
When Is The Best Time To Get LASIK?
If you have heard of, ‘a stitch in time, saves nine’ then you probably already know that the sooner something is treated, the better and the easier it is to prevent a problem from growing. This is why, according to expert suggestions and recommendations, the best time to get LASIK done is around the prime ages of 20’s, 30’s and even 40’s.
Not only will you be notching up your lifestyle from an early stage, you will also be saving money by not having to buy expensive eyeglasses, contacts, and other eyewear accessories anymore. Think about how much you spend on eyewear every year!
In addition, the benefit of a LASIK surgery is a complete eradication of the visual problem right from the roots. This is because the surgery fixes the very cornea that is misshaped. Wearing glasses or using contact lenses does not fix the problem, it only offers an external solution. This means the cornea remains misshaped and in time, the problem within can grow, resulting in weakening of your sight. As a result, your prescription for spectacles or contacts is bound to change and as you will notice, you will be spending hefty amounts on new glasses or contact after every other interval.
In a nutshell, getting a LASIK surgery in your prime ages from 20-40 years is going to save you a lot of money!
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