• http://GetOutOfDebt.org Steve Rhode

    I must admit I’m still not a fan of playing with the cornea hen there is no need. In my ophthalmology days I saw a number of people that had unfortunate results. But granted the people that had wonderful outcomes far outnumbered them. I just don’t want to be that person in the minority.

  • Merry

    I had PRK several years ago and it has changed my life for the better. I love not having to deal with contact lenses or glasses on a daily basis. I had to get PRK because my eyes were too ‘bad’ for the LASIK option, and LASEK wasn’t an option at the place I went to. My recovery time with PRK was longer than normal, and my eyes hurt a LOT and I was sensitive to light for a long time. However, I would go through it again in a heartbeat because having 20/20 vision today makes it totally worth it.

    • Brittany

      If you had been able to qualify for LASIK and had LASEK as an option also, do you think you would still have chosen PRK?

  • Paul Herman

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