LASIK Eye Surgery- The Best Treatment for Blurry Vision

To learn more about LASIK eye surgery, contact LFG Cares. We offer cutting-edge therapy for hazy vision, utilising laser technology to improve vision in a quick, painless, and secure manner.

What is LASIK Surgery?

Laser in Situ Keratomileusis is the full name of the procedure. This procedure corrects myopia (nearsightedness), hypermetropia (farsightedness), and astigmatism, among other visual issues. A specialised laser is used to sculpt the cornea in this treatment so that light entering the eye is focused on the retina. This is a standard operation that many people choose when their vision problems interfere with their daily lives. Some people elect to have LASIK surgery so that they will no longer need to wear glasses or contact lenses. LASIK surgery eliminates the need for glasses or contact lenses in 8 out of 10 persons.

Contact LFG Cares immediately if you want to get rid of your hazy vision and the hassles of wearing eyeglasses and lenses. Consult with one of our knowledgeable experts to see if you are a candidate for LASIK eye surgery.


Eye injury

Short eye ball

Inflammation of the cornea due to any eye disease

Abnormal curve of the cornea

Having a weak immune system


A routine eye examination is frequently performed by eye care experts to diagnose blurry vision. The patient must read a vision chart that is positioned at a standard distance during the examination. The patient is then given a variety of lenses to try to see which pair allows them to see clearly. If your doctor confirms that your vision issues are caused by refractive defects, a special imaging scan or other testing is rarely required. To determine the refractive error and eye power, the doctor may use an automated refractor. Aside from that, the doctor may suggest tests such as an ophthalmoscopy, a refraction test, or a tonometry test to assess eye health.

The exact surgery takes only 10 minutes, and the preparation takes around 20 minutes. Overall, the treatment takes around 30 minutes, and you can go back home on the same day.


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Anna Mull

August 06, 2020

I always make my appointment at the same time as bringing my children. We are always seen on time and the dentists and reception staff are always friendly and accommodating.


Whether your vision is getting blurry or you are having major or minor vision problems, the best person to consult is an ophthalmologist as they specialize in both medical and surgical treatments of all kinds of eye diseases.

No. LASIK eye surgery is an elective procedure that is not medically necessary. Due to this, the procedure is usually not covered by insurance providers. You will have to bear the cost on your own.

You will be able to perform all basic activities after LASIK surgery from the same day. The doctor will advise you to take proper rest for the first few days. However, your eyes may take around 2-4 weeks to heal completely as the flap is not stitched.

The results of LASIK eye surgery are usually permanent, which means the results will last for a very long time. But your vision may change due to other reasons like age-related changes, injuries, etc.

LASIK surgery is one of the safest procedures to undergo. There are several studies indicating that laser LASIK surgery ensures minimal risk of any side effects or complications.

No. As this is refractive surgery, several patients do not need to wear glasses after LASIK surgery. However, with normal aging of the eye, patients might need to wear reading glasses.

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