LASIK Patients Report Eye Problems

Last Updated on June 26, 2017

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At A Glance

This Alert Affects
LASIK patients suffering severe complications, including blindness.
LASIK complications can include blindness, severe dry eye syndrome, light sensitivity, astigmatism, double vision and haloes. Some LASIK injuries required a corrective corneal transplant to fix vision problems.
LASIK was developed in the 1990s by two Greek doctors.
Additional Details
Most commonly performed on the nearsighted, LASIK changes the shape of the patient's cornea to significantly improve vision.