Can the eye ball regrow after laser eye surgery?

No. Laser eye surgery does not shrink the eye and the eye cannot re-grow afterwards. Lasik re-shapes the front window (cornea) to account for the prescription in your eye. Occasionally, there are those whose prescriptions seem to return after lasik. This can be due to early cataract growth, or regression caused by a change in the cornea after lasik.
No. The eyeball tends to lengthen in childhood and early adulthood but stays pretty much the same after the age 18-21. Laser has no effect at all on the growth of the eyeball.

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What does laser eye surgery actually do to the eye? How does it work?

Depends which one? There are over a dozen types or laser surgery done on the eyes, and each has it's own spectrum, and way of performing it depending on the disease state you are treating. Which one are you interested in discussing? Read more...

What to do if I really want to get laser eye surgery, and I watched a video every time I go to the eye doctor. How old do you have to be to get the surgery?

Laser eye surgery. Lasik is fda approved to age 21, and most docs/locations will offer it to 18 year olds. I prefer to wait until someone is in their 20's to be more sure the refraction is stable and the cornea a fairly normal shape. There is no age limit, but as people approach age 60, cataracts may develop, and lasik should not be done first if cataract surgery is needed. Read more...

What happens before and after laser eye surgery?

Nothing happens. Before. After the surgery you have to heal and you mightr have dry eye and other side effects - do a web seearch. Read more...

Why can't I watch tv after laser eye surgery?

Doctor's instruction. Depending upon your procedure, your doctor may want you to rest your eyes for a certain period of time. Read more...
Give them a rest. Laser eye surgery can cause mild irritation for the first few hours after the procedure. It is also during this time that the eye can feel its driest. Keeping the eye open causes it to become somewhat drier, increasing the irritation and discomfort, and possibly even slowing down healing to some degree. Read more...

How often do you need enhancement after laser eye surgery?

It depends. Looking at all patients the number is between 5 and 15 percent. However everyone heals differently so the number can vary. Many patients with larger prescriptions and higher astigmatism are more likely to need an enhancement. Read more...
Varies by doctor. Depending on the surgeon, laser platform and your prescription prior to laser vision correction, there may be the need for an enhancement at some point after surgery. It may be needed in as little as several weeks, or up to years later. Ask the surgeon at your evaluation what his/her enhancement rate is for individuals with prescriptions similar to yours. Read more...