What happens during laser procedure?
Before the surgery, your doctor will dilate or constrict your pupil and apply drops to numb your eye. As you sit facing the laser machine, the doctor will hold a special lens to your eye. During the procedure, you may see flashes of light. You can go home following the procedure. However, since your pupil will remain dilated for a few hours, depending on any previous experience with dilation, you may be fine to drive home, however, we recommend bringing sunglesses or we can provide some.
To discuss which type of laser procedure may be right for you, speak with your ophthalmologist who can provide you with detailed information on the many treatment options available. Our surgical team and staff are devoted to providing the best eye care possible to meet your individual needs.