Page 4 of 41234

 

Laser Eye Surgery Blog

Scar Tissue And Laser Eye Surgery

A less common issue—but one we continually see—is scar tissue on the eyes. Scar tissue can occur at any point in a person’s life due to a physically traumatic incident such as a car or sports accident. Additionally, it can occur as the result of certain medical conditions. Some of the problems scar tissue can cause include distorted and blurred vision and, in some cases, discomfort in the eye. Unfortunately, not all patients who have scar tissue are candidates for Laser Eye… Read more

Scar Tissue And Laser Eye Surgery

Laser Eye Surgery Fears Explained

There are several reasons why patients refrain from undergoing Laser Eye Surgery, many of which are either myths or can be dispelled if the right surgeon and clinic is chosen. Regardless, these fears still exist and I would like to address some of the major ones. As you are probably aware, if you have started looking into the Laser Eye Surgery procedure, you will not be unconscious during the surgery. When people hear the word surgery, they tend to associate it with… Read more

Laser Eye Surgery Fears Explained

What is the worst thing that can happen after Laser Eye Surgery? [Video]

The level of risk of Laser Eye Surgery broadly depends on two factors: Where you have the surgery, and the condition of your eyesight before having surgery. As Professor Reinstein explains in the video below, there’s a range of competency in the Laser Eye Surgery field that means the chances of something going wrong can vary from clinic to clinic. Rushed consultations, low-grade technology, a lack of expertise or experience; these are all things which heighten your risk and make choosing where… Read more

What is the worst thing that can happen after Laser Eye Surgery? [Video]

What causes dry eyes after laser vision correction? [VIDEO]

Nerves play an important part in the Laser Eye Surgery recovery process. I’m not talking about the jitters, patients are usually very calm by this time — I’m on about a different set of nerves: those on the surface of your eye. The nerves on the surface of the eye are momentarily interrupted because of the laser process. These nerves, however, have the incredible power to regenerate over a period of three to six months, further regenerating over the subsequent three to… Read more

What causes dry eyes after laser vision correction? [VIDEO]

What Causes Night Time Side Effects After Laser Eye Surgery And Can They Be Treated? [video]

What Causes Night Time Side Effects After Laser Eye Surgery? And Can They Be Treated? Immediately after Laser Eye Surgery, every patient will experience night glare. However, it’s not so much a side effect, but rather a key part in the eye’s healing process. The effects you notice to your vision at night are a result of swelling in the cornea, triggered by the procedure to accelerate the eye’s recovery. Therefore this happens to every Laser Eye Surgery patient—regardless of original prescription,… Read more

What Causes Night Time Side Effects After Laser Eye Surgery And Can They Be Treated? [video]

About Laser Eye Treatment At London Vision Clinic

The procedure itself is pain-free. With LASIK, you may experience a pressure sensation when the surgeon creates the corneal flap, and some discomfort or irritation for up to 24 hours after surgery. With PRK, you may experience irritation for one week or more after surgery. Because discomfort can occur in some patients during the healing phase, we provide pain relief medication in eye drop form to help eliminate this. Click here to watch Professor Dan Reinstein explain this FAQ. The operation takes… Read more

About Laser Eye Treatment At London Vision Clinic

Page 4 of 41234