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Clear up blurry or distorted vision caused by LASIK, PRK, and RK eye surgery

When the promise of corrective surgery such as LASIK, PRK, and RK turns into the post-operative peril of blurry or distorted vision, patient anxiety builds quickly. And an inability to correct the problem in turn causes frustration and anger.

Fortunately, there is good news on the horizon. In many cases, patients in New York with vision challenges such as dry eyes, halos, glare, starbursts, ghosting, high-order aberrations, loss of contrast, vision fluctuation, blurry vision, double vision, and night vision problems, among others, can be corrected without additional surgery—which itself can worsen symptoms.

How did this happen?

While corrective procedures such as LASIK, PRK and RK are often effective and successful, it’s still surgery with inherent risks and no guarantees of success. Among the ways problems can manifest are:

  • Keratectasia or Keratoconus

    Bulging of the cornea can occur when too much tissue is removed during the LASIK, PRK, or RK procedure. Or, the cornea was too weak and should not have been operated on, as evidenced from corneal topography mapping.

  • Dry eyes after surgery

    Surgery can cause a decrease in tear production, which can lead to scratchy eyes and blurry vision. Almost half of all patients experience some degree of temporary Dry Eye Syndrome.

  • Significant under-correction, over-correction or LASIK, PRK, and RK regression

    If too much or too little corneal tissue is removed, or there is atypical healing, vision outcomes can be compromised. Further, astigmatism can occur if there is uneven tissue removal or eye healing.

Many patients in New York continue to suffer from their failed LASIK, PRK, or RK because of the lack of an adequate evaluation and treatment protocol from experienced doctors. Treatment protocols vary depending on each patient’s individual needs, and may include scleral contact lenses, other specialty contact lenses, and dry eye treatments. With appropriate treatment, your vision can be restored.

LASIK Complications Treatment Locations in New York

Cedarhurst

538 Central Avenue
Cedarhurst, New York 11516

(516) 447-3415

Dr. Stuart Rappaport, O.D.

New York

77 Park Avenue, Suite 1-D
New York, New York 10016

(646) 859-0937

Dr. Tejal Rana Keratoconus New York City

Dr. Tejal Rana, O.D.

Serving keratoconus patients throughout New York

  • Buffalo
  • Rochester
  • Yonkers
  • Westchester
  • Syracuse
  • Albany
  • New Rochelle
  • Bellmore
  • Brooklyn
  • Cedarhurst
  • Freeport
  • Gibson
  • Hempstead
  • Hewlett
  • Lawrence
  • Long Beach
  • Long Island
  • Lynbrook
  • Manhattan
  • Massapequa
  • New York
  • Oceanside
  • Queens
  • Rockaways
  • Roslyn
  • Valley Stream
  • West Hempstead
  • Woodmere