What eye drop is good for solving dry eyes problem after a lasik?

Dry eyes. No contraindication. Talk to opthalmologist to choose best remedy.
Dry eye after LASIK. Dry eye after lasik is treated with frequent non-preservative artificial tears during the day, ointment at night, warm compresses 1-2 times a day, and omega-3 fatty acid supplements. If no improvement, i typically recommend lower lid punctal plugs to increase your tear film. If no improvement, you should see your eye doctor for further evaluation and treatment.

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I had lasik in jan 2012. I had bad dry eyes for awhile but felt pretty good after 5months. It's a year later and my eyes are really dry what happened?

You got older. Dry eye increases in frequency as people age. There are very good treatments for dry eye syndrome. See your ophthalmologist. Read more...
Dry eye. Dry eye is common and can be an issue after laser eye surgery. It is hard to say why it has returned but it needs treatment. Try frequent nonpreservative artificial tears, ointment at night, omega-3 fatty acid supplements, and warm compresses. You likely will need to consider bilateral punctal plugs, restasis, and possibly a low dose topical steroid. See a cornea specialist. Read more...

Chronic dry eyes - would this condition disqualify me from undergoing lasik to correct nearsightedness?

Depends. Depends on how severe your dry eye is. If it is mild-moderate, often the surgeon will optimize your dry eye prior to the procedure. If it is severe you may not be a good candidate as severe dry eye can be exacerbated by lasik. See a good lasik specialist for evaluation to determine if you are a good candidate. Read more...
Yes. LASIK and PRK will make your eyes dryer, so that is not a good thing for you. If you are -3.00 D nearsighted or worse, your could be a candidate for ICL for vision correction. ICL does not worsen dry eyes. . Read more...

Why are people with very dry eyes not suitable candidates for lasik?

LASIK causes dryness. Research has shown that it may take 6-9 months for nerves to reconnect, with any lasik flap. Prk or epilasik do not cut through these nerves. Dry eye lasts until those nerves reconnect. This is why patients with pre-existing dry eye are not great candidates for lasik. Read more...
Dryness. Lasik can aggravate dry eye conditions. Dry eyes should be treated regardless if having lasik or not. Read more...
Healing problems. Lasik is elective. The tear film contains multiple protective parts. These aid healing and minimize inflammatory and infection effects. The drier the eyes the more risks for bad problems to develop. Read more...

Can cornea crosslinking help my eyes heal after lasik? Will it help my dry eyes?

Not likely. Cornea crosslinking can provide a stronger substrate cornea, but the dry eye problem caused by severing the corneal nerves will likely not be affected. Read more...
No. Corneal crosslinking can be considered after lasik if ectasia occurs. It is not a treatment for dry eye and may actually make dryness worse. Read more...
Yes and no. If there are abnormalities in the curvature of your eye because of the lasik, then yes. Usually, folks have a lot of rapid change in their prescription. It is not indicated for minor changes occurring years after the original procedure. There is currently no indication for it in the treatment of dry eyes. Read more...
Crosslinking. Crosslinking is not needed after routine lasik. Crosslinking also does not help with dry eyes. Read more...