Laser Eye Surgery is certainly one of the most advanced technologies for curing vision problems. As with every surgery however, there are certain risks and undesired side effects with LASIK surgeries. Even years of experience and highest precautions can not give a 100 % guarantee against risks and complications.
Regardless of the pluses, there are a few disadvantages:
- Changes made to the cornea can’t be turned after LASIK laser eye surgery.
- Added LASIK laser eye surgeries can only make corrections.
- LASIK laser eye surgery is complicated. When the physician cuts the flap, which can permanently change eyesight difficulties may happen.
- LASIK laser eye surgery can give rise to a loss of “greatest” eyesight with or without eyeglasses at one year after operation. Your best eyesight is the maximum level of vision while wearing your contacts or eyeglasses that you realized.
Other unwanted side effects, although uncommon, may contain:
- Seeing auras around pictures
- Trouble driving at nighttime
- Fluctuating vision
- Dry eyes
Before your LASIK laser eye surgery, you may meet with an advisor who’ll discuss what you need to expect during and following the operation. In this session, your medical history will be assessed as well as your eyes will be examined. At any meeting with your surgeon, you should ask additional questions you may have. After all of your questions have been answered and you are confident to move on, you can book an appointment for the procedure.