I’ve been wearing contact lenses for years now but would like to have my eyesight fixed through laser eye surgery. My main worry is that I won’t be able to wear lenses anymore after I undergo treatment. Can I still wear them after surgery?


Providing that you were able to wear contact lenses comfortably and without problems before your treatment, you should be able to wear contact lenses after laser eye surgery. However, this should not be necessary due to the improvements in vision resulting from the laser treatment.

In rare cases where complications from laser eye surgery cannot be rectified by a second procedure, custom-made gas permeable or hybrid contact lenses may be recommended by your eye specialist to address the issue and ensure complete clarity and sharpness of vision.

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