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With the Christmas decorations down and the New Year in full swing, it’s time to shift the focus from revelries to resolutions. It may not be immediately intuitive, but laser eye surgery can play a significant role in helping you achieve your New Year’s resolution.
Three-dimensional films have been around for decades, although James Cameron’s recent blockbuster, Avatar, has thrown 3D back into the spotlight. Beyond the hype, however, the phenomenon raises the fundamental question: how is it that 3D glasses actually work?
Laser eye surgery is about freedom from glasses and contact lenses, but what is it that that freedom actually entails? Is it possible to think about freedom in a more tangible way?
It’s no secret that makeover shows love contact lenses. Give them a frizzy-haired, make-up-fearing, baggy-clothes-sporting spectacle wearer, and you can bet that her makeover will include contact lenses. Or laser eye surgery, if we’re talking more “Extreme Makeover”.
While many automatically associate aging with deteriorating and poor vision, this is not the inevitable consequence of growing older. That being said, increasing age calls for increased vigilance with regards to all eye-related matters, as eyes become more vulnerable to certain diseases and conditions.