Refractive surgery, RK, PRK, LASIK, and others don’t last forever for most patients, and there are often complications.
Just as your prescription changed before any surgery, it changes afterwards and migrates.
This can lead to blurred vision, haloes, glare, and dry eyes.
A 2013 survey by the Consumer Reports National Research Center found that more than 50 percent of people who get LASIK or other laser vision-correction surgery wear glasses or contacts at least occasionally.
We can help!
Let us know if you are experiencing any of these post-surgical symptoms as well as any of the following complications and our doctors will design a treatment to make things better.
LASIK surgery may come with long-term complications . . .
- Bad night vision
- Dry eyes
- Eye pain
- Flap dislocation that never heals
See more at http://www.lasikcomplications.com/TopTenReasons.htm.