As someone who has had laser eye surgery in the past I am always interested to keep up with the latest developments in treatments and also to find useful information on the subject that might benefit others. I recently came across this useful website called Treatmentsaver.com The site covers various sorts of treatments including laser eye surgery, cosmetic surgery, dentists and treatment abroad, however, it was the laser eye surgery section that drew my attention.
The website offers independent and unbiased information about the different types of surgery and is a free service. Looking in more detail at the laser eye surgery section, the website provides a good overview of treatment types including Lasek, Lasik and more advanced treatments such as Wavefront laser eye surgery. The site highlights the differences between the various treatments including the possible risks associated with it, providing a useful resource for anyone considering the treatment.
The best feature of the website and something I would have found particularly useful when considering surgery is the ability to compare different laser eye surgery clinics and read reviews from people who have already had the treatment. Whilst most clinics do provide real reviews it is more reassuring in my opinion to read these from an independent source and I have added my own review here on the Ultralase page. You can also contact the clinics directly from the website in order to request an information pack, a quote or to book a consultation. When I had my treatment more than five years ago there was little or no independent information available so it is nice to come across a resource like this.