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 Negatives of Lasik?

Answer LASIK, or laser-assisted in-situ keratomileusis, is a procedure in which a laser is used to re-shape the cornea to correct vision problems, according to the Mayo Clinic. LASIK can correct farsighte... Read More »
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Does anyone know of a scanner that is capable of scanning in 126 negatives or older negatives of unknown film?

Get the newer HP scanners which will scan transparencies, films and negatives.
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What is the difference between lasik&i-lasik procedures?

Every few years, technological advances are made in the area of corrective eye surgery. Decades ago, RK or Radial Keratotomy was the surgical method used to correct nearsightedness. Today, with the... Read More »
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How much is lasik plus?

The cost of lasik plus surgery will depend on many factors from your comprehensive eye exam: your glasses prescription, cornea thickness, pupil diameter and health of your eyes. Average cost in 200... Read More »
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Can you get Lasik surgery if you have?

Astigmatic keratotomy eye surgery is safe and effective, but in recent years has been largely replaced by LASIK, according to doctors from The Cleveland Clinic. The cornea of people who have astigm... Read More »
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