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Q & A : What keeps me from blinking during the procedure? article

What keeps me from blinking during the procedure?

A device called a lid retractor is used to hold the eyelids open during the procedure so you do not have to worry about blinking.
Minor movements of the eye do not affect the procedure. To comfort you -- almost all patients who go through a procedure said it was much easier than expected.

 

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Challenges are what make life interesting and overcoming them is what makes life meaningful.

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Q & A : Who is not a candidate for SuperSight Surgery? article
Q & A : Can you guarantee I will get rid of my glasses or Contact lenses? article
Q & A : Will SuperSight Surgery prevent me from getting other eye diseases? article
Q & A : Will I need cataract surgery in the future? article
Q & A : What should I know about night vision? article
Q & A : How does new multifocal IOL affect intermediate vision? article
Q & A : Should I have both eyes done at once? article
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Q & A : Is the SuperSight Surgery effective in myopia (nearsightedness)? article
Q & A : What is presbyopia? article
Q & A : Is it possible to correct presbyopia using lasers as “LASIK”? article
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Q & A : How does Near Vision CK or Near Vision LASIK work for presbyopic patient? article
Q & A : If I’ve had LASIK, can I still be a candidate for SuperSight Surgery? article
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Q & A : Is SuperSight Surgery covered on health insurance? article
Q & A : What is a secondary cataract? article
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HOW DR.SOMCHAI GAVES ME THE REAL VISION article
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