Can I use phone after lasik

Can I use phone after lasik

Can I use phone after lasik? Avoid Using Your Phones and Tablets for One Day Looking at your phone or any screen after LASIK can cause your eyes to strain and become uncomfortable. The easiest way to help your eyes heal and avoid those issues is to wait one day after your surgery before using your mobile devices. You can use your smartphones and tablets after LASIK surgery, but […]

How long after prk can I watch tv?

How long after prk can I watch tv?

How long after prk can I watch tv Avoid Eyestrain After PRK In the first 24 hours after PRK, it’s important that patients avoid any activities that may result in eyestrain. This includes reading, using the computer, watching TV or movies, and so forth. By resting your eyes for the first day, you will improve […]

Corneal scarring healing time

Corneal scarring healing time

How can I stop my cornea from scarring? What is Corneal Scarring? The cornea is the outermost layer of the eye. This clear layer of tissue looks like a smooth, dome-shaped piece of glass. By blocking irritating debris and controlling the way light enters the eye, your cornea helps to protect your eyes and focus […]

Corneal scarring treatment

Corneal scarring treatment

Can you fix corneal scarring? What is Corneal Scarring? The cornea is the outermost layer of the eye. This clear layer of tissue looks like a smooth, dome-shaped piece of glass. By blocking irritating debris and controlling the way light enters the eye, your cornea helps to protect your eyes and focus your vision. The […]

Corneal haze after prk

Corneal haze after prk

What is Corneal Haze? Corneal haze describes a cloudy or opaque appearance of the cornea. The cornea is the clear front window of the eye. It is the part of the eye that transmits and focuses light into the eye. The cornea is a fairly complex structure that has five layers. If this part of […]

Blurry vision after PRK

Blurry vision after PRK

Blurry vision after PRK What are PRK pros? What are PRK cons? PRK side effects You can expect to feel discomfort or pain for up to three days following PRK surgery. Over-the-counter pain medication is often sufficient for handling this discomfort. If you’re concerned about pain or experience more pain than you can handle, ask […]