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LASIK laser eye surgery - Now is the Time to Correct Your Vision

Dr. Robert Maloney

In Los Angeles LASIK has come a long way. First appearing on the scene 20 years ago, and now performed on millions of Americans annually with incredibly positive results, there are even more options for laser vision corrections which are safe and effective. Even though a majority of Americans may still have reservations about LASIK surgery Los Angeles specialists will tell you, LASIK has never been safer. Now with new technology such as CustomVue™ or Wavefront Guided laser vision correction, IntraLase, VISX Wavescan WaveFront™ Diagnostics, and PRK, the process is essentially done all by extremely precise machinery. Although it is still necessary to find an experienced and reputable doctor to perform the surgery, since he or she will be the best at taking a close look at your individual vision anomalies and determining if you are a good candidate for the LASIK procedure. In the aforementioned technological procedures, very precise scans are taken of your eye, so that the doctor may work with a detailed and customized map of your vision, in order to make his or her adjustments. The flap which used to be made by the doctor with a small blade is now made with even more precise lasers. Once the flap is made, the machinery is able to make the adjustments with another laser, reshaping your eye to correct the anomalies which allow for nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. The whole process only takes about 5 minutes, is relatively painless, and patients are able to see 20/20 almost instantly. The doctor will prescribe a strict recovery regime in order to ensure that your eyes to heal properly and the results are long-lasting. If you are not a good candidate for LASIK, do not fear. There are other non-LASIK laser eye surgery procedures that can also restore your sight. Custom Implantable Contact Lenses are one such procedure. These lenses are placed inside the eye in a brief, outpatient procedure. They provide a permanent correction without the need for removal or cleaning. Some of these lenses can correct for reading vision too, an advantage for patients over 45 years old. The AcrySof ReSTOR® Intraocular Lens is used in adult patients with and without presbyopia, who desire near, intermediate and distance vision with increased independence from glasses and contact lenses. It is FDA approved for use after cataract surgery. The AcrySof ReSTOR® Intraocular Lens has been shown in a clinical study to provide good near, intermediate and distance vision with increased independence from glasses. The Crystalens is the first intraocular lens, or IOL, for cataracts that also provides accommodation. How? All other IOL's are fixed and stationary within the eye. Their particular design prevents them from accommodating, or moving to focus. The Crystalens is unique because it actually accommodates to reconnect you continuously and effortlessly to everything in your day, no matter the distance. Now is the time to correct your vision. For more information visit your local ophthalmologist to schedule a consultation and see which procedure you may be a candidate for. If you live in or around Los Angeles Dr. Robert K. Maloney in Beverly Hills is considered the best LASIK surgeon in Los Angeles. You can reach the Maloney Vision Institute by calling 1-877-999-EYES.

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