Can I Have Laser Eye Surgery If I Have Epilepsy?

Providing patients are well controlled on their conventional antiepileptic medication, there is no reason why an individual shouldn’t have Laser Eye Surgery. The type of light that is used in the procedure is not strobe lighting, so this eliminates the concern that a flashing light may promote an epileptic attack.


Mr Carp explains patients with epilepsy may be candidates for Laser Eye Surgery.

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Can I Have Laser Eye Surgery If I Have Epilepsy? [video]