I had LASIK done about 4 years ago to correct nearsightness and astigmatism so the procedure may have changed a bit. It's almost worth going just for the eye exam because it was the most thorough exam I ever had.
The eye exam is pretty weird because during one part they basically numb your eye and start poking it to check cornea thickness. The LASIK procedure itself was...well..different. There's no pain, but the most uncomfortable part was having my eyelids spread out with a clamp. The burning hair smell didn't help either.
I was the first one who went through the wringer that morning so of course everyone was asking me how much better I can see. TBH, right away it wasn't any different and I wanted to go to sleep, which is their recommendation anyway.
Once I got home and took a nap, my vision was waaaay better. The next few weeks my eyes would feel a little scratchy, but the eye drops they give help a lot. Make sure to take sunglasses to work because all the artificial lighting can make your eyes feel weird. After about a month, it was all good and I'm still maintaining 20/20 vision. Getting that vision restriction taken off my license was awesome!
That I didn't get it done sooner.
Went on the LASIK site and picked one near me. The guy's first name was Sonny so of course I had to call him Dr. Crockett.
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