Let me tell you. If you want to remove your eye floaters and keep your vision in good state, you should avoid even considering the typical Vitrectomy (removal of the vitreous humour and its replacement with a synthetic solution) and Laser Vitreolysis (burning of each floater individually with a laser) treatments at all costs.
This is because not only are these procedures ridiculously expensive, they are also prone to a high rate of complications. In fact, cataracts, retinal detachment, permanent blind spots and severe eye infections are unfortunately relatively common complications of these interventions.
Now, you may be wondering why your optician or healthcare professional has never told you about the dangers of the conventional eye floaters treatments.
In fact, I'm sure the only treatments ever mentioned by your healthcare professional are ones that involve high costs.
Well, I was so desperate that I went to treat my condition with Laser surgery. Only to end up with a severe eye infection that almost made me go BLIND!
If this wasn't bad enough, while my eye floaters were gone after the surgery, they soon started to reappear and multiply…
After this horrific and disappointing experience, there was no way I was going to let anybody put a laser to my eye ever again!