Do You Treat Both Eyes At The Same Time?
In short, no, we do not treat both eyes with Laser Eye Surgery at the same time. We perform surgery on one eye first, and then move onto the second eye. With the equipment we use and knowledge we have, it is possible for an expert surgeon to simply look at the eye and know that everything has been performed perfectly allowing us to perform surgery on the second eye on the same day, almost immediately after surgery on the first eye.
Professor Dan Reinstein explains that both eyes are treated on the same day, but one at a time in Laser Eye Surgery.
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