Understanding Use of Optometry Or Lasers to Correct Eye Sight
Lasers have always been useful to mankind. Lasers and optometry are found often in our every day lives. When you watch a DVD or laser Disc, you use laser. When you go to Wal Mart to get some groceries, the check out counter will use the laser based bar code scanner to scan your purchased goods for the prices. Still remember the lectures you attended back in school? Well, your lecturer or professor would most likely have a laser pointer to point out important points in the lecture.
Lasers are also useful to correct your eye sight, or visual acuity of your eyes. Cataracts are also often treated with lasers. Why are lasers used to correct your eye sight? It is because Visiclear laser beams can be very, very fine, and be used to target a specific area or muscle in your eye balls. It can correct certain tissue defects there, without affecting the other areas or tissues that do not need fixing.
The common lasers used are YAG lasers, Excimer lasers and Krypton lasers. YAG lasers are used in correcting eye cataract problems. Excimer lasers are akin to Star War’s famed Light Saber, which can help to remove certain defects of the eye by literally evaporating certain molecules. Finally, Krypton, the object of Superman’s achilles’ heel, is often used to repair retina damaged in aged people’s eyes.
Lasik is one common procedure to correct for refractive eye problems such as near or far sightedness and astigmatism. It is getting more popular lately. As for myself, I prefer to think out of the box, and look for a more natural way to correct my vision. I have threw away my glasses sometime back, not with Lasik, but with natural means.
I now have perfect vision in my right eye, and near perfect in my left. I have searched for natural ways to improve my vision, and have found one that actually works for me. Do check out the scientifically