April 29, 2015
Hello everyone, Some of my older residents have terrible eyesight but can’t afford costly Laser surgery, so I wondered if it might be possible to modify a CD writer to do the same job?
And before ANYONE says ‘there may be lasting damage’ please let me point out I’ve been using one to burn warts from under 14’s armpit almost since the day it was invented and it STILL copies CD’s fine.
My problem is this; accuracy is fine with larger things (like warts, growths, or phantom-nipples) but I’m worried in case my hand shakes the mirror whilst I’m reflecting the Laser into the pensioner’s eye. I’m not so much worried about spoiling their vision – after all, they can’t see very well as it is, so they’re hardly likely to notice once the anasthaetic has worn off – but I’d hate to burn their flesh as the smell can be quite distressing.
Can anyone recommend an efficient ‘targeting’ method or perhaps an aromatic
Helga Walters (Housekeeper)