I hate those damn things. But contact lens are slightly better but still far from perfect.
Many contact lens wearers have suffered enough inconvenience. They suffer from dry eyes and blur vision whenever the air conditioning gets too cold and the air becomes too dry. Lens replacement is an ongoing cost! Not to mention when contact lens manufacturers release newer and more superior lenses, the prices are always getting higher!
What better way to do away with these inconveniences, other than to have LASIK surgery? But is Lasik all that safe? Is Lasik really the ultimate solution to all these problems? Is Lasik really safe?
Unfortunately, the answer is a resounding "No" like I found out from LasikSurgery.sg, a Singapore LASIK resource website. It seems there's a chance that the corneal flap may not adhere back ...permanently. This is a huge risk for a sporty person like myself, I mean imagine the flap comes of during a dive - OMG!
Which is why I think I'm going to take Mike's recommendation to visit Clearvision, which is located at Nutmeg Road, just behind the Paragon shopping mall in Orchard. The clinic is run by Dr. Tony Ho, who is supposedly one of the early pioneers of Epi-LASIK, a more advanced LASIK surgical procedure that doesn't involve cutting the cornea.