There are several different kinds laser eye surgery, some examples being PRK, LASIK, LASEK, and Epi-LASIK. One of the most common is LASIK (laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis) vision correction surgery. It involves reshaping of a person's cornea permanently, with the purpose of improving vision and minimizing dependency on glasses or contact lenses. This surgery, which is performed for all degrees of nearsightedness, is carried out using an excimer laser, which the Food and Drug Administration first approved for use in LASIK procedures in November 1998. Around 95% patients seem completely satisfied, with the rest do complain of some issues.
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