There are three important things to know before you consider LASIK:
1. If something goes wrong, it is dramatic.
2. If LASIK does not eliminate all of your prescription, it is difficult to fit contact lenses to compensate for the rest.
3. Once LASIK is done, you are still nearsighted. The surgeon simply carved your prescription in your eyes rather than putting your prescription in glasses or contact lenses. your eyes could change and probably will, just the same as if you wore glasses or contact lenses
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