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Is Lasik SAFE?

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Corrective eye surgery is extremely safe when performed by qualified doctors. Like any surgical procedure, there can be complications, but the complication rate is extremely low. Results of clinical studies indicate the chances of having a vision-reducing complication are less than 1%, and, there have been no reported cases of blindness resulting from laser eye treatment in the United States.
After ten years of clinical trials the FDA approved LASIK surgery technology in 1995. Complications affecting vision after laser eye surgery are now reported at a rate of less than one percent. In fact, LASIK carries less risk of infection than wearing contacts. You can check wwwDOTmy2020DOTcom for more information about Lasik.
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