Is it bad to get LASIK more than once?

Is it safe to have LASIK surgery twice?

Yes, you can get LASIK surgery twice. Because your eyes change as part of the aging process, you may experience the progression of refractive errors or develop new refractive errors that require treatment.

Can LASIK be repeated years later?

According to a study that examined LASIK’s permanence, 35% of LASIK patients needed LASIK enhancement after 10 years. Most of the time, needing to repeat LASIK surgery after 10 years might be necessary because of an underlying condition that changes the vision over time, such as cataracts or presbyopia.

Why is my vision getting worse after LASIK?

One of the biggest causes of vision changes after laser eye surgery is presbyopia. This is an age-related condition that occurs as the lens in the eye stiffens and hardens. This makes it more difficult for the eye to focus on items that are up close.

Is LASIK Worth the Risk?

The possible benefits of LASIK surgery may not justify the risks. You have fairly good (overall) vision. If you see well enough to need contacts or glasses only part of the time, improvement from the surgery may not be worth the risks.

What is getting LASIK like?

You may experience some discomfort, or in some cases, mild pain and your doctor may suggest you take a mild pain reliever. Both your eyes may tear or water. Your vision will probably be hazy or blurry. You will instinctively want to rub your eye, but don’t!

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What percentage of LASIK is successful?

In general, the success rate of LASIK is exceptionally high, especially for an elective surgery. Success is typically defined by quality of vision and patient satisfaction. LASIK weighs in at 96% satisfaction, according to the Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery.

Can LASIK change your eye color?

There have been many people asking if the LASIK procedure can permanently change one’s eye color. Well, this procedure does not change the eye color of a person. Studies have it that one’s eye color becomes permanent three years after birth.