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LASIK Alternatives -- Intracorneal Rings

Clip Number: 31 of 36
Presentation: LASIK
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Placing intracorneal rings into your cornea is an excellent procedure to correct low levels of nearsightedness or myopia. This surgical procedure does not correct astigmatism or farsightedness, also called hyperopia, and can only be used in patients with small pupils.

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