If you're like most people who have undergone LASIK surgery, you're probably quite pleased with your improved vision and being able to wake up each day and see clearly without glasses or contact lenses.
More than 95 percent of patients are satisfied with their vision after LASIK surgery, according to an analysis of published studies that was performed by the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery.
But what if you've already had LASIK and you still have some issues with your vision? Is there something more that can be done to make your vision sharper?
In many cases, the answer is yes.
The first step in finding out whether additional vision improvement is possible is to have a comprehensive eye exam by your eye doctor or your LASIK surgeon.
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Sometimes, even small amounts of residual nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism can make a big difference in the quality of your vision, especially at night.
Also, your surgeon may perform additional testing to determine if an enhancement procedure using premium LASIK technology would increase the likelihood of a better outcome by reducing subtle higher-order aberrations or irregularities of corneal shape.
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