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Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Eye Care After Lasik Surgery

By Owen Jones

The patient of Lasik surgery has two main duties regarding his or her eyes: firstly to choose a responsible, skilled surgeon, which should not be too problematic and secondly, to take care of his eyes after the surgical procedure by following the guidance of the surgeon on post-operative care. This second part is very necessary and should not be taken lightly.

The post-operative supervision process is not a problem, but if you are worried about it, you could ask your surgeon what it will entail before the operation. The medical doctor or a nurse will be able to explain the method of care to you in detail or they will give you a brochure.

There might be some peculiar sight aberrations for a few days after the operation, some of which are fairly standard. One of the most common aberrations that are standard for a few days are halos around lights.

However, you ought to be certain that you understand the difference between what is standard and so no cause for concern and what should be reported instantly

There are different Lasik procedures and the procedures are advancing all the time so it is not possible to give precise details in this article. Moreover, the shape of the eyes and the causes for deteriorating eyesight are individual to each patient.

Some of the advice that your Lasik surgeon might give for your post-operative eye care may include the following, although different doctors may have their own recommendations.

The first thing is to bear in mind that you have just had an operation including anaesthetic. There may not have been any blood but it was surgery all the same.

All patients are desired to take it easy after an operation and you will be no exception. If you had had an operation on your knee, you would use it as little as possible for a while and the same is good advice for your eye.

Attempt to sleep for a couple of hours after the operation or at least close your eyes and rest. Infection is the chief anxiety, so do not poke or rub your eye and do not strain it by trying out your recently improved eyesight by reading or watching TV.

If you have to entertain yourself in this fashion wear an eye patch. Your surgeon will probably have given you a hard plastic eye guard, which you ought to wear at all times.

Some surgeons will warn against getting water into your eye for a few days, which means washing only from the neck down, no showering, no going out in the rain and definitely no swimming.

Be wary of bright light, it cannot damage your eye but it does hurt. Your world will become much brighter after the surgery and looking at a light bulb can become painful. Be wary of watching moving traffic while the sun is shining, a car window can catch the sun and reflect it back into your eye unexpectedly.

You will be given eye drops so do not fail to use them. Lasik surgery can dry your eyes out, if this happens they might be able to give you alternative or supplemental drops.

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