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Anaesthetic drops are used so that you will not feel anything throughout the procedure.
A special device is used to create a very thin flap in the cornea.
The flap is peeled back to expose the middle layers of the cornea.
A special computer-controlled laser is then focussed on the exposed area.
This quickly and painlessly re-shapes the cornea to correct your prescription.
The flap is then carefully replaced and heals naturally.
Drops may be used for a few days after treatment to minimise the risk of complications.
LASIK is a type of laser surgery designed to correct short and long-sightedness.

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