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The Different Types Of Eye Sugery

There are a number of different types of eye surgeries including refractive surgery, corneal surgery, glaucoma surgery, cataract surgery, and oculoplastic (cosmetic) surgery.

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RECOVERY

What to Expect after LASIK Eye Surgery

The latest in eye surgery, LASIK (Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis) is used to correct your vision and reduce your dependence on devices, such as, contact lenses and glasses. It corrects refractive errors of the eyes, such as, Myopia or nearsightedness, where you have more difficulty seeing distant objects, Hyperopia or farsightedness, where you have more difficulty seeing near objects, and Astigmatism, where the image on the retina is distorted due to imperfections in the cornea.

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How Long Until Vision Clarity? Recovery from LASIK Eye Surgery

As with any other surgery, LASIK also has a recovery period. Since LASIK involves cutting a flap in the corneal tissue, the recovery typically pertains to the healing of the cornea. Patients who have undergone LASIK surgery may experience blurry vision and watery eyes until the cornea heals completely. However, it is true that in case of LASIK, the patient requires less time for full recovery, relative to other refractive surgery procedures.

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How Long Is The Healing Time After LASIK Eye Surgery

LASIK is the most prevalent of all refractive eye surgery procedures. Though it's quite intricate when we take into account the technology wielded by it, superficially, LASIK is a simplistic procedure that takes only about half an hour to accomplish. However, it is the postoperative period of LASIK that is often a source of mild discomfort to the patients. This is when the corneal flap, which was cut out during surgery, acts as a natural bandage and the cornea is healed - the healing time after LASIK surgery.

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How To Wash Your Eyes After LASIK Surgery

LASIK is an efficient and fairly innocuous procedure. It is capable of treating several refractive errors, such as myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism. The procedure itself entails virtually no pain and provides rapid recovery. Though the vision will be blurry immediately after surgery, visual acuity will be restored within a few days. However, it takes about 3 to 6 months for the refraction to stabilize. It is imperative that you carry out a scrupulous postoperative regime in order to boost the recovery process and avoid unnecessary complications.

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Night Vision Problems Caused By LASIK Eye Surgery

According to research studies conducted in recent years, several patients who underwent LASIK reported problems seeing at night. The induced night vision defects included halos, starbursts and glare around brightly lit objects at night. These night vision problems signify deterioration in quality rather than quantity of vision. Though these night vision problems are typically transient and wear off in a few days, in some patients, the symptoms might persist long after the eye heals.

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Dry Eye After Lasik Vision Correction

Laser Lasik surgery often results in Lasik dry eyes. It's nothing serious and it only last for a few days, but it is one of the side effects of the surgery

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