Reasons to Have LASIK
If you are struggling with vision problems because of a refractive error, LASIK surgery may be the right tool to improve your eyesight. By correcting nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism, LASIK can truly change your life.
Here are just a few reasons to have LASIK:
To Offer Convenience – One of the most positive reasons to have LASIK is the convenience of life without glasses and contact lenses. Imagine waking up in the morning and being able to read the clock without first searching for glasses or putting contacts in.
To Ease Discomfort – Glasses and contact lenses cause many people to experience regular discomfort and sometimes even pain. Contacts can dry out the eyes and cause irritation; ill-fitting glasses can cause pain on the bridge of the nose. LASIK reduces and often eliminates many of these discomforts so you can feel better in your daily life.
To Make Traveling Easier – With clearer vision you won’t have to worry about packing bulky bottles of contact solution or an extra pair of glasses. There’s no risk of forgetting, misplacing or breaking your visual aids when you are away from home.
To Further Your Career – People in certain careers, such as first responders or members of our military, require excellent vision and candidates that wear glasses or contact lenses may be turned away. By improving vision, LASIK can help people pursue their occupational dreams and enjoy professional success.
To Save Money in the Long Run – Although the one-time cost of laser vision correction is much higher than a box of contact lenses or a pair of eyeglasses, once you add up the amount of money you spend in just a few years on glasses, frames, contact lenses, solution and routine eye exams, you will realize that LASIK pays for itself over time. As an added benefit, you can use tax-free funds from a flexible spending account or health savings account to pay for all or part of the LASIK cost.
To learn more about the reasons to have LASIK or to find out if LASIK is right for your vision needs, contact Inland Eye Institute at 909-937-9230 or inlandeye.com to schedule an appointment with Dr. Blanton.