Who is NOT a good candidate for Laser Vision Correction?
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Anyone whose prescription is actively changing, especially more than one diopter per year.
Pregnant or nursing mothers with unstable refractions.
Someone with unrealistic post-surgical expectations. Although most of our patients are able to see 20/20 or better after surgery, no surgeon is able to guarantee post-surgical results.
Anyone with an uncontrolled or untreated eye disease. Certain corneal dystrophies or a history or herpetic keratitis (a herpes infection in the eye) may be relative contraindications, as are certain arthritic syndromes and other autoimmune disorders.
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