Aviators now eligible for LASIK Surgery
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A recent change in policy is allowing personnel in the United States military, specifically aviators and pilots undergo IntraLASIK Eye Surgery, an offshoot of the extremely successful and incredibly popular conventional LASIK Surgery that uses only lasers, and no blades to perform the procedure.
Prior to this policy change, any pilot in charge of flying anything for the United States government, including military personnel and NASA astronauts, were off-limits from corrective eye surgery because of the potential for unwanted side effects, and certainly vision-related anomalies after surgery. However, IntraLASIK, a more custom, more refined surgery that does not involve the use of any blades, dramatically reduces the instances of such complications, and as a result, has been cleared as an approved vision-correction option by the United States government.
So what does this mean for you? Simply stated, if the government is willing to trust it's most talented and skilled eyes for this surgery because they know the end result is utmost optimal vision, then why shouldn't you? Both LASIK Eye Surgery and IntraLASIK Eye Surgery have moved to the forefront in remarkably reliable and safe elective procedures, and the track record of success is simply undeniable. As our government now entrusts thousands of sets of eyes to our trusted LASIK surgeons, you can feel confident in your own decision to do the same.