Can I Have Laser Eye Surgery If I Have Only One Good Eye?
Uni-ocular patients (with only one good eye) are still candidates for Laser Eye Surgery. All patients will have a detailed discussion, which will cover the risks involved if they decide to go ahead with surgery. However, suitability for surgery is determined on a case by case basis. Some patients may still be candidates for having the surgery.
Glenn Carp explains how uni-ocular patients can still be candidates for the eye surgery.
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