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Posted By: Jeremy Rutherford
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Joined Date: 6 Jan 2018
Well, I think it is safe. But after the surgery you have to take care of your eyes like your eyes should not come in direct contact with sunlight, artificial light, gas and many more things. This can be done by wearing wholesale sunglasses. Wearing sunglasses can protect your eyes from harmful rays. You can purchase sunglasses from sites like Oakley, https://citysunglass.com/product-category/reading-glasses, RayBan etc. are available on the Internet.
Posted : 6 Jan 2018
Posted By: Joshua Pearson
Total Posts: 3
Joined Date: 12 Apr 2017
I think it is safe. But before going with this surgery you must be sure.
Posted : 14 Apr 2017
Posted By: Stephen Hynen
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Joined Date: 16 Mar 2017
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Posted : 16 Mar 2017
Posted By: Ora Keefer
Total Posts: 3
Joined Date: 1 Sep 2016
Yes. As long as you do it with an expert, it is really safe.
Posted : 1 Sep 2016
Posted By: Mythroment43
Total Posts: 1
Joined Date: 11 Apr 2015

Hi all,

I am suffering from foggy vision for a long time. Everyone told me that it is a common problem occurring  after 60, But nowadays I am sensitive to light too, this made me scared. So I visited an <a href=”http://seebyiv.com/eye-conditions/cataract/”> free lasik consultation in oakville for laser eye surgery cataract removal</a>. I have to correct my astigmatism, so my doctor suggested me for a Bladeless laser cataract surgery. Is it safe? Is there anybody who had done this surgery before?


Posted : 11 Apr 2015

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