How to optimize your eye care with laser vision surgery
Posted by TechCrunch on Friday, March 23, 2019 05:08:31 The first time I saw the concept of lasers as a surgical tool was when I saw a video on the Internet of a patient in China being operated on with laser eye surgery.
It was a small-scale procedure, and the laser was a bit big and cumbersome.
I couldn’t see the patient clearly from the operating room, so I decided to go home and get a new pair of glasses.
Since then, I’ve had a steady supply of glasses made by the likes of Luma, Oculars, and EyeVision.
If you’re a healthcare professional, your primary focus is to reduce complications, not just reduce your costs.
For me, the first time around, I realized that there’s an opportunity to improve outcomes by optimizing a patient’s vision with surgery.
A lot of these lasers are being used in surgery, where vision is a big concern.
In a nutshell, a laser eye is a device that fires a stream of lasers to create a clear image in your eye.
When a laser is focused at an object, it causes light to be absorbed, then refracted by the surrounding air.
This allows the laser to travel from the object to the eye in the same way that a telescope or a camera would.
These lasers are typically used in the operating rooms to treat patients with glaucoma, macular degeneration, macula degeneration and other eye conditions.
But how effective are these lasers?
Lasers are widely used for surgery.
A typical operating room procedure requires patients to wear a special mask and goggles, which is expensive.
It’s also not uncommon for a patient to require multiple surgeries because of the risks associated with the procedure.
To be clear, laser surgery isn’t the only option for correcting vision.
Surgery also uses ultrasound and other forms of therapy.
The use of these technologies to correct vision is increasing rapidly.
The US alone has an estimated $1.6 trillion in annual medical costs related to vision.
There are more than 8.5 million laser eyes being used each year.
There’s also a lot of interest in using these devices to treat macular abnormalities and other vision issues.
While laser surgery is not a surgery that is done overnight, a good way to increase patient outcomes is to increase the number of surgeries that are done each year with these devices.
I’ve been a patient for years, and I think that these technologies can improve my patient’s overall vision.