Dry eyes are one of the most common LASIK complications, impacting roughly 50% of patients who undergo LASIK. In most instances, the condition will gradually subside within 6 months to a year after your procedure. However, there are some rare cases where dry eyes persist as a long term complication that may impact you for years to come.

At Eye Care Specialists, we are extremely thorough during your initial evaluation to detect any possible signs of a predisposition to dry eyes or other LASIK risks. This helps us reduce the likelihood of complications following your procedure. If we believe you are at risk of a serious dry eyes issue, our doctors may recommend a LASIK alternative that would more effectively achieve your vision correction goals.

What is Dry Eye Syndrome?
Dry Eyes after LASIK
Alternative Procedures for Patients at Risk of Dry Eyes
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