PRK is one of the safest and most successful surgeries not only in ophthalmology, but in all of medicine.
PRK (photorefractive keratectomy) side effects include dry eye, irritation, light sensitivity, and discomfort. These are normal and don't last long.
PRK surgery is an outstanding alternative to LASIK and a highly effective laser eye surgery in general. Find out whether you’re a potential candidate.
In this blog post, we explain what patients should expect during the recovery process, and how they can make the healing period more comfortable.