Evaluation of smile laser vision correction.

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Preoperative examination.

Preoperative examinations are a great opportunity to overhaul the eye and should include some or all of the following not normally performed in laser eye surgery assessments:

  • Corneal topographic map (including back)
  • Dry eye disease.
  • Eye pupil size.
  • The thickness of the cornea.
  • Wave pre-analysis.
  • Mixed vision assessment (if you are an old eye)
  • Contrast sensitivity.
  • Scatter check.
  • Night vision simulation.
  • Intraocular pressure.

Post-care options.

 Depends on the recommended treatment. Further care should be provided until a one-year follow-up.

IN GENERAL, POST-LASIK/SMILE CARE CAN BE PERFORMED IN THE FOLLOWING WAYS:

  • The first day after the operation.
  • 1-3 weeks after surgery.
  • 3 months after surgery.
  • 6 months after surgery.
  • 12 months after surgery.

Q and A.

Q1. AM I SUITABLE FOR LASER EYE SURGERY?

A1. OF COURSE, THIS IS THE PURPOSE OF THE PRELIMINARY CONSULTATION. HOWEVER, BEFORE YOU GO TO THE CLINIC, YOU CAN DETERMINE WHETHER YOU ARE A GOOD CANDIDATE BY CONSIDERING FACTORS SUCH AS AGE, CURRENT HEALTH STATUS, AND FAMILY HISTORY OF EYE PROBLEMS.

Q2. LASER ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY REVERSES MYOPIA AND GUARANTEES PERFECT VISION FOREVER.

A2 : INCREASED NEARSIGHTEDNESS MEANS LONGER EYEBALLS. THERE IS CURRENTLY NO WAY TO GET THE EYEBALL BACK TO THE LENGTH OF ITS VISION, BUT LASER ORTHOPAEDICS CAN HELP GET RID OF THE PATIENT'S NEED FOR GLASSES OR CONTACT LENSES. THE SURGERY DOES NINTH THE EYE, BUT CHANGES THE SHAPE OF THE CORNEA SO THAT LIGHT CAN STILL FOCUS ON THE RETINA WITHOUT THE HELP OF GLASSES OR CONTACT LENSES, SO WE STILL NEED TO BE AWARE OF COMPLICATIONS OF HIGH MYOPIA.

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