Have you ever thought about getting elective eye surgery to correct your vision? Many people decide to have corrective surgery to eliminate the need for glasses or contacts. The most well-known type of surgery is laser eye surgery. There are also non-laser surgery options, such as implantable lenses (or ICLs).
Types of corrective laser surgery:
Types of corrective non-laser surgery:
- CK (conductive keratoplasty)
- Implantable lenses (ICL)
- Refractive lens exchange (IOL)
Interested in learning more? Health Canada and Zeiss both have a good overview of laser eye surgery. If you’re not a candidate for laser surgery or if you’re interested in a non-laser option, take a look at All About Vision‘s article on corrective eye surgery.
Of course, it’s always best to speak with your Optometrist to decide which option, if any, is best for you.