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Is Lasik Eye Surgery Safe?

You’re tired of wearing glasses or contact lenses, and you want to see clearly without them, you want to know if Lasik surgery is safe before you proceed. We hope this article will help you answer some of your concerns.

Today, according to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, most Lasik surgery patients, 90% to be exact achieve 20/20 and 20/40 vision, but the results are not the same for all patients. The procedure itself is safe, and has a high success rate.

Like any procedure, it’s important you do your homework, and choose an experienced Ophthalmologist that has experience, offers a wide range of Lasik surgery treatment options, and is hands-on with their patients.

The personalized approach to your Lasik eye surgery is extremely important. You will require multiple visits, keeping those visits with the one person is extremely important.

Alexandra Chebil M.D. our Orange County Ophthalmologist, sought after by patients and colleagues alike has personally performed over 40,000 surgeries. She is involved with each patient from the consultation stage to long after the Lasik eye surgery is performed.

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Is Lasik Eye Surgery for Me?

As far as safety is concerned, the procedure is extremely safe, begin by having the discussion with Dr. Chebil, and get more detailed information specific to your vision needs.

If you’re a healthy adult, tired of wearing glasses or contact lenses, Lasik can be a great option. Whether you’re struggling with nearsightedness, farsightedness, or have an astigmatism, Lasik surgery can help.

How Long Will I be Out?

You can extend your care if you like to be spoiled, but all you really need is someone to drive you home after the surgery, and you can return to work the very next day.

How much is Lasik Eye Surgery?

Cost is important, but that should not be your biggest motivator. It’s important you focus on the surgical experience of the doctor, Lasik technology used, quality level of care, and high success rate.

Insurance will not cover Lasik vision correction, but you can use the tax-free flexible spending accounts to pay for your surgery, or rely on financing offered at our Newport Beach Lasik Center Medical Group.

If you’re ready to take the next step and enjoy life without the burden of wearing glasses or contact lenses, schedule a complimentary personalized consultation with our Orange County Lasik surgeon, Alexandra Chebil M.D.

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