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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Laser eye surgery Pros Better eye sight- laser eye surgery can improve and match the visual abilities you get from wearing glasses or contacts 2. No more irritating contacts- contacts lenses reduce the amount of oxygen that enters your eye causing your eyes to be drier and more annoying Cons 1. 2. Night vision- people who have received laser eye surgery have stated that they have trouble seeing in the dark for around 3 months, but in some cases it can be permanent Hemorrhages- after receiving laser eye surgery reports have been done about people getting red bruises on their eye immediately after getting the surgery Laser eye surgery is a beam of light that is used to focus on a material in a small area and cut it. Lasers start with a small amount of energy and gains more and more energy over time causing it to be stronger. Lasers are useful for eye surgery because of its ability to focus on a small area on the eye. 1. 2. What is laser eye surgery? LASIK eye surgery LASIK eye surgery is one of the more popular forms of laser eye surgery where the cornea is reshaped which allows light to enter into the eye, this procedure was invited by an ophthalmologist named Gholam Peyman who first got this patented around the mid 1990s History of eye surgery tap and hold to change this title text! In 1898 the first form of eye surgery came out called Radial Keratotomy which was designed to correct nearsightedness. The next form came out in the mid 1990s which was called Automated Lamellar Keratoplasty where instead of making radial incisions in the cornea they would cut a thin flap and which would help reshape the cornea. In 1995 the first form of laser eye surgery came out called Photo-refractive Keratectomy which was a laser used to remove small amounts of the cornea, this was not very popular due to the long recovery time after the surgery. After 4 years in 1999 LASIK surgery came out which allowed doctors to reshape the cornea with a laser, this became more popular than Photo-refractive Keratectomy due to the shorter amount of recovery time after the surgery, currently LASIK is one of the most popular methods of eye surgery. Jansen Herrmann 2.
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