Restore Eyesight

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Restoring Eyesight

December 26th, 2011

Eyesight is one of the most important things you possess. Without it you literally cannot function as a normal human being. If your eyesight is failing, or has failed, there are many ways to improve it. Other, more expensive methods may actually allow you to completely fix your vision. Most methods that can do this are experimental and sometimes dangerous.

The easiest and most widely used method of vision repair is to wear glasses. Glasses are a simple invention of two circular cut pieces of glasses within frames that fit on your face. The pieces of glass have varying thickness to accommodate one eye being weaker or stronger than the other. The frames are usually made of plastic or thin metal rods. The frames can also be styled or colored, depending on the brand and size. Glasses are simple to use and can be removed when not needed. The downsides to glasses are that they can be very fragile and sometimes expensive, as well as the frames that fit you may not be as attractive as others.  There are two types of contact lenses, soft and hard. Soft lenses deteriorate quickly and must be changed more often than hard lenses. Hard lenses are more durable as long as you take proper care of them.

LASIK Eye Surgery

December 23rd, 2011

Are you tired of repairing and purchasing eyeglasses every few months? Are you tired of wearing contacts or making repetitive trips to the eye doctor to restore your eyesight? You should consider LASIK eye surgery because most of the patients who received this procedure have improved vision and they restore eyesight. This surgery is also painless and the recovery time is usually within weeks or months. Before the LASIK surgery you’ll have a consultation with the eye doctor and he’ll tell you what to expect during the procedure. He’ll also test your eyes to determine if you’re a good candidate for the procedure. Texas A&M University says that you may not be able to get this surgery if you have very dry eyes, are over age 55, are pregnant, under age 18, if you have glaucoma or cataracts and if you’re diabetic. They also say you should have realistic expectations about the LASIK surgery before you meet with the eye doctor. For example, some patients actually lose their eyesight due to complications of the procedure while others may still need corrective eyewear after the surgery.

Restore Eyesight

Rebuild your Vision Naturally