Our vision is one of our most valuable senses. It allows us to experience
the world around us, warns us of dangers, and is integral to allowing
us to carry out everyday task. When our vision is compromised, we often
turn to a skilled
ophthalmologist for help with corrective eyewear or procedures. As beneficial as glasses
and contacts can be, vision-correcting surgeries such as Lasik or lens
implants can often offer better results without the hassle of caring for
Why Get Vision-Correcting Surgery?
Optical surgery techniques have seen great advances over recent years.
Lasik surgery was innovative upon its debut, and technology continues
to improve the techniques with which the procedure is carried out. Even
patients who are not candidates for Lasik surgery still have other options,
depending on their exact optical problems and needs.
Aside from the obvious optical health benefits of restoring one’s
vision, a number of lifestyle benefits come with the package. When you undergo
vision-correcting surgery, you will:
- Be able to enjoy any activity that you want or are capable of, without
worrying about damaging your glasses or suffering injury from your contact lenses.
- Enjoy an increase in self-esteem, as you will no longer have to be self-conscious
about your eyewear.
- Have more time to do the things in life that matter instead of picking
out, picking up, cleaning, and caring for your eyewear.
- Lose the worry and stress that comes from not being able to find your corrective
eyewear or having your glasses break.
Imagine being able to get out of bed and start your day with perfect vision,
never having to ever again worry about whether you’ll be able to
see something important. With vision-correcting surgery, that’s
the lifestyle you’ll get to enjoy.
If you are interested in trading in your corrective eyewear for perfect
vision, then contact us at the offices of
Dr. Mark Hornfeld in New York. We offer Lasik surgery, Vista laser vision, iris regeneration,
lens implants, and more. Call (212) 580-8881 for more information or to
schedule your appointment.