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Eagle Eye 911 Reviews

Published on 3/9/2019
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Eye surgery is extremely delicate and most of it is aimed at reshaping the cornea, thereby correcting vision problems. This is a field in which there have been many developments in the past few years. Refractive surgery, also known as vision correction surgery, can be used to treat both nearsightedness and farsightedness. Corneal refractive surgery alters the curvature of the cornea to focus light more precisely on the retina, according to the Merck Manuals. Successful eye surgery can eliminate the need for either glasses or contact lenses. The Merck Manuals name the two most common refractive surgery procedures as LASIK (Laser in Situ Keratomileusis) and photorefractive surgery. They are both used to treat farsightedness, nearsightedness and astigmatism. LASIK has a shorter recovery period than photorefractive surgery.


Lenses have been used for over 800 years to help improve eyesight. Initially, people used single eyeglasses, but this developed into a double frame containing lenses worn in front of both Eye simultaneously. Left and right lenses can differ according to the wearer’s requirements. Bifocals, trifocals and glasses with adjustable focus followed. And then in the latter part of the twentieth century, the use of contact lenses became widespread, especially with the advent of the first soft contact lenses in 1971, according to the timeline on the site of GP contact lenses. Contact lenses are small plastic discs worn in the eye. These are shaped to correct eyesight problems. Both glasses and contact lenses help to bend light rays and focus an image more sharply on your retina, improving your eyesight, by enabling your brain to receive a clearer picture of what you are observing.



If someone is diabetic, or has multiple sclerosis, or has certain forms of arthritis, the Eye could be one of the affected organs. It is essential that these conditions be carefully monitored and controlled, as poor vision or loss of vision can be the result of poorly managed systemic diseases. Diabetic retinopathy, for instance, is one of the leading causes of blindness in the United States, according to the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention. While an eye test once every two years is recommended for people who do not have vision problems, anyone who has a condition which affects their eyesight, should speak to their ophthalmologist about how often they need to have their eyes tested.

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