In this blog post, we discuss the differences between two popular laser vision correction procedures: LASIK vs. PRK.
Find out what you should expect prior to your PRK laser eye surgery. Following these pre-op instructions can help to ensure a successful outcome.
The success rates of PRK (photorefractive keratectomy) are high, making it an effective alternative to LASIK surgery and a good laser vision correction option.
PRK is not only an excellent alternative to LASIK, but it is also a highly effective form of laser eye surgery in its own right.
PRK recovery takes several weeks. However, this laser eye surgery can dramatically improve your vision and reduce your dependence on corrective lenses.