LASIK, short for laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis, is a revolutionary laser eye surgery procedure that has helped many patients receive improved vision, as well as improved quality of life. It is an extremely effective procedure with very little risks that can be reduced or eliminated as long as care is observed. Your Los Angeles LASIK eye surgery practitioners share with you four of the procedure’s risks and how you can address them in case they arise.
It is normal for patients to see halos and glare within a few days to a few weeks following surgery. This is because fluid hasn’t yet cleared in the treated cornea, which is causing light to scatter. The fluid will clear in time, and the halos will soon disappear. However, some patients may develop permanent halos. This can be avoided by having your eye treated by an experienced surgeon who uses up-to-date and well-maintained LASIK equipment.
2. Eye infection
Infections rarely occur in LASIK treatment because the corneal flap acts as a natural bandage once it’s covered over the treated eye surface. Even if there’s very little chance that it will happen, it’s still important to use medicated eye drops to prevent infection and minimize inflammation as your eyes heal. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2sllREY