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Laser Eye Surgery Toronto
Lasik Toronto With Dr. Andrew Taylor
Dr. Andrew Taylor is a Laser Eye Surgeon who believes in the principles of perfection and quality service. That is why Dr. Andrew Taylor continually strives to satisfy you not just with a highly qualified medical team and our state-of-the-art equipment but also by creating a fulfilling and truly healing experience for you. We recognize that each individual is unique and that is why we treat each of our patients as a unique case. In furthering this belief, our entire staff interacts with you; tailor building your case every step of the way, starting the moment you walk in our doors at any one of our locations. Someone will constantly be there to answer the tiniest of your queries, soothe frayed nerves, explain the procedure or help with understanding postoperative care. Our patients donít have a simple surgery when they choose us; they receive an extremely personal and comfortable journey.

Our team of experts constantly stays updated on the latest industry procedures and techniques in order to deliver the best services to our patients. Dr. Andrew Taylor uses only the best and most advanced technology in surgical, therapeutic and ophthalmic equipment in order to ensure continued high standards of laser eye treatment (and subsequent care). We put in the entire might of our combined expertise, groundbreaking practices and cutting – edge technology towards every single procedure that any and all of our patients undergo. That is why our patients can expect painless surgeries, amazing recovery times (it is a matter of pride with us that our patients can resume their regular life activities almost immediately after surgery) and finally leading up to permanently improved vision. Our patients often end up with perfect 20/20 vision (even the ones who had imperfect vision prior to surgery).

Allow our team of experts to assist you in discovering a new world of clear vision and perfect perception® a world where you no longer need to sit on the sidelines, unable to participate.
Walk into any of our world-class locations at Toronto or Niagara Falls today!

http://www.lasikprovision.com/lasik-toronto/
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REFRACTIVE ERRORS
Nearsightedness (Myopia)
Nearsightedness
http://www.lasikprovision.com/eye-conditions/refractive-errors/

Myopia occurs when light entering the eye focuses in front of the retina instead of directly on it. Myopia is caused by a cornea that is steeper, or an eye that is longer, than a normal eye. Nearsighted people typically see well up close, but have difficulty seeing far away.


Farsightedness (Hyperopia)
Farsightedness

Hyperopia occurs when light entering the eye focuses behind the retina, instead of directly on it. Hyperopia is caused by a cornea that is flatter, or an eye that is shorter, than a normal eye. Farsighted people usually have trouble seeing up close, but may also have difficulty seeing far away as well.


Astigmatism
Astigmatism

Astigmatism occurs when the cornea is oval like a football instead of spherical like a basketball. Most astigmatic corneas have two curves – a steeper curve and a flatter curve. This causes light to focus on more than one point in the eye, resulting in blurred vision at distance or near. Astigmatism often occurs along with nearsightedness or farsightedness.


Presbyopia
Presbyopia occurs when the natural lens can no longer focus on near objects. Accommodation is the eye’s way of changing its focusing distance: the lens thickens, increasing its ability to focus close-up. At about the age of 40, the lens becomes less flexible and accommodation is gradually lost. It’s a normal process that everyone eventually experiences. Unfortunately, to date, a laser vision correction procedure that can completely manage this condition effectively does not exist.
Monovision
Monovision describes a situation where one of the eyes, typically the dominant eye, is corrected for distance and the other eye is left slightly nearsighted to help with reading. There is typically a period of adaptation required, with the most successful patients being those who have experienced monovision with their contact lenses. It is not recommended, however, for patients who require optimal distance or near correction, and/or astute depth perception, as these will be slightly compromised.
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