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Are Laser Vision Correction Complications Common?

April 18, 2014 | Leave a response

Laser vision correction is a procedure that refers to the correction of ones refractive error to eliminate or reduce ones need for spectacle correcting glasses or contact lens wear. By applying a laser to the cornea, either below the corneal epithelium or lasik flap, most refractive errors can be corrected. Fortunately, with significant advancements in technology – complications are uncommon. The most common sensation individuals feel after the procedure is dry eye – which in some cases can be transient (weeks to months) and in other cases can be long term. Fortunately, whether the symptoms are mild or severe, there is escalating treatments that can be effective in managing dry eye. Although the refractive results are durable, and depending on ...

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