custom cornea radio advertising will often be in the form of a LASIK commercial in which a few brief things will be mentioned about the procedure. The general information coming from these advertisements will be about how well the surgery works, how quick and painless it is and how well you see afterwards. Nowadays LASIK has advanced quite a bit and there is only a less than 1% chance that anything should go wrong during the surgery. The surgical procedure is intended to reduce a person's dependency on glasses or contact lenses. It is a procedure that permanently changes the shape of the cornea, the clear covering of the front of the eye, using a laser. There are different ways to accomplish the LASIK procedure with the most common being the use of a thin razor that is used to cut a flap from the front of the cornea allowing the laser to reshape the eye. This cornea flap is then placed back over the eye and the surgery is complete. A second way accomplished through just using lasers.
The secondary laser is used to cut the cornea while the primary laser fixes the eye. This secondary procedure is called the wavefront method and is promoted as a LASIK procedure that doesn’t touch the eye. Using this wavefront procedure it is advertised that not only will it help the patient see 20/20 but it will also allow the person to see more clearly. The double laser LASIK is said to be the safest operation with the fewest cases of “haloing” or double vision.