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Eye Surgery Healing Time – How Long Does It Really Take?

Last Reviewed: January 2, 2020

The "before" of the eye surgery procedure is easy, isn't it. You have an eye problem, you are assessed, the "specialist" determines whether or not you are the right person for the procedure. If you are the one, the specialist will suggest the "best" procedure for you. But they don't go in depth into the eye surgery healing time, do they.

It's a smooth sales process, pretending to warn you of the risks, but basically just selling you the benefits. They sell you a feeling.

When they assess the "best" procedure for you, they conveniently leave out that you actually do have natural, alternative options. Of course they don't like to admit that and will be quick to tell you that it's all shenanigans, but there are many people around the world that have improved their vision naturally, so why are you not told about these option?

Why are you not told about options without healing time, instead of having to face eye surgery healing time? Why are you not even given a chance to investigate it?

Simple answer -

Eye Surgery Healing Time...alternatives don't pay a couple of thousands per eye...

So How Long Is The Eye Surgery Healing Time?

"A couple of weeks tops" is a likely answer, and "the eye surgery risks, they are minimal"...

The risks of eye surgery are debatable, as are the eye surgery healing time. As mentioned before the FDA (Food & Drug Administration of America), the very same organization that approved eye surgery in the first place, is having a second look at it since 2008.

Why is not really publicly stated, but from my own experience of working with hundreds of people that had eye surgery before curing their eyesight naturally, I can tell you these:

  1. the healing times are often longer than stated (I phrase this carefully for legal reasons). Dry eyes and eye drops quite frequently hang around for 3 - 6 months.
  2. the exact same conditions come back quite often, usually after 2-5 years.

Why the conditions come back, we'll tackle on the next page. The fact that it takes quite some time to heal the wounds from such an invasive procedure is undeniable, but ofter brushed off.

So to read on to find out what happens after you went through all your eye surgery healing time...

Eye Surgeon

Professionally Reviewed by
Dr. Gary L. Bodiford

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