You will have to see if she is eligible for laser surgery first. Get an ophthalmologists opinion regarding this. Go ahead if all the tests are normal.
But I don't think refractive surgery is covered by insurance as it is a cosmetic surgery. Check with your insurance company
Yes , choose any reputed laser center and get it done. Ask them about mediclaim
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