Hi. I'm online and happy to answer your question today.
That is an excellent question.
To tell you the truth all the systems do an excellent job for the vast majority of patients.
The best way to find a lasik surgeon is to talk to friends and associates etc for personal referrals. The most important thing about picking a doctor to do your lasik surgery is that you are comfortable with them, that they will take care of you after the surgery and that they have a good reputation with people who are in a position to know about them.
So I don't need to worry about the different types of equipment or software?
you have probably found this information on your own internet searching but here is a web page that reviews the different "types" of lasik out there:
No, if you have a normal eye (as you have discussed in your question) then it really -- in the scheme of things -- doesn't matter if the surgeon has the new widget that came out yesterday. Lasik is an excellent procedure that has been stable over the years allowing folks to have excellent vision.....and, just think -- most of those eyes were done with "old" equipement lol!
Okay, any other suggestions?
I don't think so. Have I covered your question for you at this point?
My pleasure. Best of luck to you and have a good evening.
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