Re: NEED HELP ASAP, am I good candidate? #'s posted
Err I believe no God is influencing this outcome, I respect your religion but come on, be real about this. If you are a beliver, why give your god given eyes to ordinary humans to play God on your eyes? Accept what was given to you, you ain't blind, don't risk to make it worse. There is no human error, or is it? I dunno if you consider human error in maybe pushin not perfect candidates, if there are perfect candidates that is. So if they push you for money then is that considere4d human error, if you are perfect or good candidate, and after procedure is done, and all went well, yet you have issues, whose error is it? It's pure gamble, don't you think that they would say to each person if with this machinery they could take scans and predictability of procedure, and tell you what will you see after, more halos, less halos etc? I don't think they do that, i think they go for a gamble to, with risks being put aside, and some benefits put as priority. If you know the procedure, and you read peopel who end up badly no matter how good candidates they were, then you should realise it is a gamble with your eyes, and your life and quality of life. You should go to different clinics with those numbers to see what they say. I advise think more, reasearch more and don't do it, it is really not necessary, all marketing and everything just puted in ourminds so we all wanna have normal clear vision, if you were not given that, you really can't have normal and clear vision like people with healthy eyes. In the end this procedure does not cure your eyes or correct defects, it makes new defect to cancel old one, so you still don't get normal healthy eyevball shape.
LASIK is an unnecessary surgical procedure that carries risk to the organ through which we get 80% of our information.