How Long Does LASIK Last? | Shinagawa Blog

How Long Does LASIK Last?

LASIK surgery is designed to permanently reshape the cornea permanently. This means that, once you’ve undergone this life-changing procedure, you might not have to wear glasses or contact lenses in the decades to come.

LASIK can help with a variety of refractive errors such as nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia), and astigmatism.

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Today’s advanced LASIK technology is designed to do one thing: permanently reshape your cornea. Patients who underwent LASIK are enjoying the lasting effects of the surgery, enjoying life even more with the benefits of having a bright vision.

For patients approaching or past their 40s, it would be good to discuss presbyopia (age-related up-close reading vision loss) with our eye care professionals. We offer two effective solutions for presbyopia (PresbyMax & FCAT-PresbyLASIK).

Lastly, having LASIK does not stop the development of cataracts, unless you have undergone a lens replacement procedure, which prevents the need for future cataract surgery. We also have bladeless Cataract surgery as well.

Going back, while inevitable age-related eye issues will catch up to all of us, LASIK or not, the effect of LASIK in terms of correcting your refractive error/s is permanent and for the long haul.

Call our Patient Care Lines: (+632) 7-368 5238 l (+63) 917 862 7454 l (+63) 921 217 0517 for inquiries, questions, and appointments or talk to our consultants via LiveChat here on our website.

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