What Is Laser Eye Surgery?
Also called refractive surgery, laser eye surgery involves reshaping your cornea (the front part of your eye) with a laser. The 2 most common types are PRK and LASIK—both use a laser to reshape the cornea.
Healing time for LASIK is often quicker than PRK, but more complications could arise from this laser eye surgery because the surgeon will cut a flap in the cornea, reshape it, and place the flap back in place. The major risk here is that the flap can dislodge itself during the healing process.
What’s Best for You
We can help you navigate your options and determine if laser surgery can improve or correct your vision. If you’ve been thinking about making a change to your vision, you can rely on our team to have your best interests in mind.
Is it time to explore laser eye surgery? Get in touch with us.
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