Will lasik eye surgery help serpiginious choroidopathy?

No. No. Serpoginous chorioretinopathy affects the retina and/or optic nerve. Lasik only only corrects the glasses or contacts prescription and does not fix any retinal issues.
No. No. Lasik is to help with refractive errors, whereas serpiginous chorioretinopathy is treated through medical approaches.

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What is your experience with lasik eye surgery?

Very positive. In properly selected patients, lasik gives great results. Some of my happiest patients are my lasik patients. I, myself, had lasik done over 12 years ago; and I am still enjoying excellent distance vision. Read more...

How to know if I qualify for lasik eye surgery?

Consultation. The best way to find out if you are a good candidate for LASIK vision correction is to have a consultation with a qualified LASIK surgeon. Most LASIK practices offer a free, no obligation consultation where they will perform testing to determine if you are a good candidate for the procedure. Read more...

What do you suggest if I want to do lasik eye surgery?

LASIK surgery. If you are interested in lasik, you should see an expert in the area of lasik to determine whether or not you are a candidate for the procedure. The doctor would perform a variety of tests to determine whether lasik is an option. Best of luck! Read more...

My eye power is bc 8.5/sph -6.00 cyl -1.75/ax 180. Should I opt for lasik eye surgery?

Unkown answer. The prescription is not the critical part of the equation. The number one concern is curvature and corneal thickness. This must be evaluated to see if it can be safely done. This is done with sophisticated equipment and computer evaluated. There may be other factors causing the prescription to be as you wrote that may require other types of refractory surgery. Read more...
Maybe. If you want to eliminate your prescription and you are a good candidate otherwise, you could consider lasik eye surgery. Read more...

Do doctors recommend lasik eye surgery?

After an evaluation. with your eye doctor, they will let you know if you qualify. Important factors are a stable prescription, a thick enough cornea to treat, and no existing eye diseases. The goal is ensure safety and satisfaction after the surgery. Good luck. Read more...

What are the risks and benefits of lasik eye surgery?

Benefits are. easy...better vision without glasses for distance. Risks are significantly reduced with a thorough evaluation and making certain that you are a good candidate. They include infection, inflammation, over/under correction, dry eye, halos/glare. Most of these can be treated. Your eye surgeon should go over these in detail before you have your procedure and it will help guide your decision. Good luck. Read more...