After LASIK surgery instructions – Procedure, Complications & Risks

After LASIK surgery instructions
Find out after LASIK surgery instructions here, I had LASIK (laser-assisted in-situ keratomileuses) surgery about a year ago. I went in and within 15 minutes, my whole life was changed. Recently one of my friends consulted me about "Should I go for it?" and that is why I'm writing this article to help all of you people, including him, who are confused. Let's start off: Should I go for it? Well, it all comes down to one thing and that is your cornea's thickness. The laser procedure is basically reshaping of your cornea by thinning it and that makes the blurred images sharper. The average human cornea thickness is 540 microns, so If your's is less than that I'd say you should not do it because it will cause you problems later on. Problems like seeing halos or glare when seeing a light (especially at night), dryness of eyes and blurry images. (As you will see later on, in an image of my report that I uploaded ) I had some trouble with my left eye as it was having cornea's thickness of about 541 microns (right close to the average) but...