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... Hi there, I'm looking into LASIK surgery and can't figure out if my prescription is stable enough to have it done. ... (0 replies)
... sure on this but i am quite sure that it is very important that your prescription is stable before you go ahead with the surgery. schedule a few consultations and be prepared with some questions. ... (2 replies)
... If you continue your present course of noncompliance you have much bigger issues to worry about then whether or not you can have elective surgery including but not limited to vision loss, scarring, and developing an intolerance to wearing contact lenses, to name a few. ... (1 replies)

... I think I remember my doc wanting a stable prescription for at least 2 years but, by stable, they mean minimally stable. If your prescription changed just a little bit over the past 2 years, that is not big deal. You might still be a good candidate. ... (1 replies)
... I guess after being so happy with these results I started anxiously thinking about the possibility that this can all go away for being stubborn and not waiting a couple years more. When i turned 20, I asked my optometrist about LASIK and she recommended that I waited until 23 to consider it. ... (0 replies)
... i was recently told that i would be a candidate for lasik.. i am not easily convinced, so i made an appointment with the surgeon who would actually be doing the lasik in order to make sure.. ... (1 replies)
... wise. Some are not stable until 40. So please go easy on the enhancements. This is not casual surgery but seriously traumatic to your cornea. Each time that flap is lifted and has to heal, the more chance of something going wrong. ... (3 replies)
... As I understand it, if my vision was going to change it would have been changing all along. Granted, it makes sense that someone might not notice their vision deteriorating gradually, but my vision has changed dramatically in the last few months. ... (2 replies)
... As I understand it, if my vision was going to change it would have been changing all along. Granted, it makes sense that someone might not notice their vision deteriorating gradually, but my vision has changed dramatically in the last few months. ... (0 replies)
... One of the requirements for my surgery was stable vision. I think that meant that my eyes haven't changed MUCH in the past year. ... (1 replies)
... My vision in my left eye is noticeably crisper than the right eye, which seems a bit blurry. I can see, but not as clearly as with my glasses. I was nearsighted and I didn't get Monovision. I have another follow up appointment in 3 weeks. ... (3 replies)
... Absolutely, go with the advice from Optimax. Consider the fact that they turned you down even though it meant lost revenue. Everything I've read says that a stable prescription is needed for a year or more. ... (2 replies)
... Hey, I have been looking at laser eye surgery recently. I contacted Optimax who asked for my previous 3 years prescription before I visit, I told them and they instantly turned me down saying my eyes weren't stable enough yet, no consultation needed. ... (2 replies)
... ere I belive, it's still more expensive than high quality comfortable glasses with high quality lenses which can last for 5years or even more depending does your prescription change over time or you don't break them during some sport or something. ... (25 replies)
... This means that my near vision for common tasks is not worse after lasik. ... (36 replies)
... mportant, no matter if you get flap or no flap method, if second part doesn't do precisely correct or due to limits of custom and optical effective zone, you are not going to be good. ... (1 replies)
... left. Hazing was clearing nicely but ghosting, stars and halos were not improving. ... (0 replies)
Help and advice
Jun 5, 2012
... is procedure and these peopel considered candidates. As I said for such advanced sophisitaced surgery how can it treat one area of the eye ok, while other area not okay. While glasses were correcting your whole periphery of the eye, all area pupil expands too. ... (22 replies)
Worth the risk?
Apr 7, 2006
... They may not ok you as a good candidate because they want the patient's eyes to be mostly stable for 2 years with minimal changes in the prescrition over the past 2 years. ... (2 replies)
... This sucks because I do have enough money to pay for insurance every month but I do not have enough money to keep getting charged for nothing by all these local doctors. ... (4 replies)


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