What Information Should You Trust About LASIK?
The internet is an amazing resource and has transformed how we research and obtain information. But can you always trust everything you read on it? This question is especially important when you are researching something as precious as your eyesight.
If you are researching LASIK for yourself or a loved one, a Google search nets you roughly 12 million results. Most of the information, you do not need. You need the right information that is accurate, unbiased, and up to date so you can decide if LASIK is right for you.
How to Differentiate Unbiased Information
The Refractive Surgery Council (RSC) has been helping people make informed choices about their vision by providing independent, unbiased, educational material that is scientifically valid.
The RSC has made the library of material available to surgeons, media, and patients, which can also be found on a wide variety of independent health information websites. If you are interested in knowing that the LASIK information you are reading is authoritative and comes straight from the RSC, look for the RSC Verified seal.
The RSC Verified Seal
The RSC Verified seal appears on all LASIK and refractive surgery information that comes from the RSC library. This material you can rely on to guide you when you’re making a decision about LASIK or another laser vision correction procedure.
At Kugler Vision in Omaha, Nebraska, we are proud to be part of the Refractive Surgery Council (RSC) Verified program. The seal on our website reflects our commitment to providing you with the information you need to make the right decisions for your vision correction.
For any questions on the RSC Verified seal and our commitment to provide information that is unbiased and based on the latest science, please contact us at 402.558.2211.