Many people choose to undergo LASIK surgery in order to throw away their glasses and contacts forever. While the procedure has definite benefits, there are risks associated that aren’t always widely discussed. Before you choose to have the procedure, it is important that you aware of the risks involved and weigh your options carefully.
1. Loss of Vision
LASIK is supposed to improve your vision to the point that you don’t have to rely on lenses of one type or another. The good news is that this risk is relatively low. Many times, a loss of vision is associated with a complication or error during the procedure.