Depending on the severity of your dry eyes, ASA may be recommended over LASIK because it is thought that making the flap can exacerbate dry eye symptoms After the procedure, your operated eye may [...]
No. Unfortunately, among the many LASIK eye surgery benefits, the prevention of cataracts, glaucoma, retinal detachment, macular degeneration, or any other eye disease is not included.
Your likelihood of avoiding the need for eyewear is excellent but it also depends on the severity of your prescription or correction. You may still need to wear glasses and, as you get older, you [...]
Yes. The surgical technique will not change, but your lens implant options may and a different formula to determine your lens implant power will be used.
The only type of anesthesia used is anesthetic eye drops. These are very effective in making this a truly painless surgery. It’s normal to feel a little nervous! During your pre-operative visit, [...]