No one wants to suffer from vision problems. Whether you are nearsighted, farsighted or suffer from astigmatism, laser insitu keratomileusis surgery, more commonly known as lasik eye surgery, can do wonders for your vision.
Although some patients do experience discomfort in the first day or two after surgery, the process is generally seen as favorable. Lasik eye lasers work on the eye, so experiencing soreness or pain in the eyes and areas around the surgery is extremely common. Fortunately, lasik eye doctors will usually give pain medication to make sure you are not in too much pain to handle.
You can determine if lasik is right for you by doing tests which may include measuring corneal thickness, refraction, corneal mapping, pupil dilation and air pressure. Only a licensed professional doctor Continue reading