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The LASIK Option and Wearing Contact Lens

Written By David D'Angelo on Sunday, June 28, 2009 | 6/28/2009

As time passes by people's vision tends to deteriorate specially when you are exposed to things which can cause this. One of the causes of deterioration is spending time in front of your computer. In order to correct this problem you have three options: 1) Wear an eyeglass; 2) Wear contact lens; and then there's 3) Use LASIK. But what is LASIK? Here is an information which I would like to share to everyone.

Did you know that over a lifetime, a 25 year old wearing extended wear contacts will spend upwards of $20,000? Choosing modern LASIK, also known as iLASIK, invests in your vision and can save you money in the long term.

Today, when every penny counts, many Americans with vision care expenses are taking another look at modern LASIK.

The iLASIK procedure, combines Wavefront mapping technology with two lasers for a safe and completely tailor-made procedure. It is covered by most health savings accounts, offering a tax deductible way to pay for better vision.

"For me, iLASIK will pay for itself in seven years by eliminating the ongoing cost of glasses, contact lenses and solutions," said Stefanie Fujinami, who had the iLASIK procedure this year with Los Angeles-based ophthalmologist Dr. Robert Maloney. "The next morning I had 20/20 vision -- I could even read the fine print on the toothpaste!"

For more information and to calculate your lifetime costs of wearing contacts, visit www.iLASIK.com.

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