Every year around this time, there’s a frenzy as people are trying to decide what their New Year’s resolution is going to be.
Are you committing to going to the gym every week? Committing to a new, healthy diet? Maybe you want to develop your skills in a certain area or save up your money. These are all great things!
However, according to surveys, 80% of New Year’s resolutions fail by February. 80 percent! Life gets in the way of our good intentions. So why not resolve to do something fail-proof that life can’t get in the way of?
LASIK surgery is an easy commitment to make. You go in for a consultation. You go in for your surgery. You go in for a follow-up appointment. You get back to living your life. That’s it! Thinking about getting LASIK in 2019? Keep reading.
Why You Should Get LASIK?
Enjoy Perfect Vision – In most cases, LASIK surgery’s stellar technologies allow patients to attain perfect vision. Some patients even have better than 20/20 vision after the procedure.
Healthier Eyes – Contact lenses can trap particles of dirt and bacteria against the eye, causing discomfort or even damage. Swimming while wearing lenses can be an especially abrasive experience, as chlorine or salt water in your contacts will keep your eyes stinging even after you leave the water.
Save Money – Over time, the cost of contact lenses, eyeglasses and prescription sunglasses can really add up. LASIK surgery is a one-time cost that can easily save you money in the long run.
Comfort – It’s hard to beat the comfort of LASIK versus glasses or contacts. With LASIK, you’ll have clearer vision from the moment you open your eyes in the morning, without the hassle and irritation of cleaning, storing and wearing lenses.
Ease of Travel – Keeping any kind of lens protected during travel can be quite the inconvenience. LASIK gives you one less thing to worry about when packing for a trip.
Better Vision for the New Year
The New Year is an excellent time to proceed with LASIK surgery for a variety of reasons. For starters, it’s a New Year’s resolution that can have life-long beneficial results. The winter can also be an excellent time to heal from eye surgery, as the weather is more conducive to staying inside and out of the sun. As with any surgery, you need to give your body adequate time to rest and heal properly.
Are you interested in starting your New Year off with crystal clear vision?