Refractive Surgery

Refractive eye surgery is an elective procedure intended to correct an eye's refractive condition and lessen or do away with the need for glasses or contact lenses. This may involve different techniques for surgically modifying keratitis of the cornea, lens implantation, or lens replacement. Exciter lasers are currently the most popular way to alter the cornea's curvature. Successful refractive eye surgery can treat or lessen common vision problems such astigmatism, hypertrophy, myopia, and presbyopia. The procedure entails removing a layer of cornea, freezing it to enable hand shaping, and then reinserting the reshaped layer into the eye. The diamond knife used to cause the laceration.

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  • Glare
  • Halos

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