LASIK and Corneal Flap Complications
LASIK is one of the safest surgeries in medicine; however, there is a risk of corneal flap complications. Fortunately, the risk is very low.
Reduce the Risk of Infection after LASIK
Dr. David Mashidas discusses the risk of infection after LASIK, and what patients can do to reduce that risk even further.
What Are the Risks of LASIK Surgery?
LASIK risks include undercorrection, overcorrection, infection, dry eye syndrome, and flap complications. These complications are rare and preventable.
The Success Rates of LASIK Surgery
The success rates of LASIK surgery are generally high, with patients able to see clearly without the aid of glasses and contact lenses.
Follow Our Pre-Operative LASIK Instructions for Improved Results
Following Dr. Masihdas’ pre-operative LASIK instructions can help you improve your chances for outstanding results from this procedure.
LASIK Candidates: Who Is Ideal for Laser Eye Surgery?
Candidates for LASIK surgery are at least 18 years old, have healthy corneas, suffer from refractive error(s), do not have dry eye syndrome, and are…
Possible Side Effects of LASIK
Although LASIK is extremely safe and effective, it does have some side effects, like any other medical procedure.
How to Enjoy a Smooth Recovery after LASIK Surgery
Check out this blog post to read about recovery tips that you should follow after undergoing LASIK surgery.
Information on Different Eye Conditions Related to Diabetes
Traditional LASIK vs. Wavefront LASIK in Salt Lake City
Waverfront technology has led to many great steps forward in LASIK surgery. We'd like to compare the results of custom LASIK to traditional LASIK so…