There is plenty of information on Lasik treatment, but there doesn’t seem to be too much available on what happens post surgery. Like any surgery, you will be required to take it easy and rest for up to 48 hours. In rare cases, when patients are unable to take time off work, doctors will recommend resting for at least 24 hours. If you have the luxury of staying off from work, then it is the more viable option. It is also a good time to rest prior to the procedure and if you are nervous to read up on some material provided by the eye clinic.

Many patients have questions that they would like to have answered related to Lasik in Dubai. For instance will there be discomfort, or any pain? The truth is there will be no pain during or post Lasik treatment in Dubai. At most, you may experience some discomfort. With millions of patients choosing laser eye surgery to correct poor vision, it is proven that this procedure is one of the most popular in the world. It is simple, non-invasive and highly effective.

There are plenty of myths to state the contrary, but it is important to differentiate facts from fiction. Surgery is worrying to most, more so when it is performed on your eyes. However, Lasik in Dubai has no known or recorded cases of complications in the last quarter century, proving you are in safe hand.

There may be slight pressure during the procedure, but this is the extent of it. Anesthetic drops will be placed to numb your eyes which will be continued to be applied until the end. The procedure itself lasts only 15 minutes per eye.

You will enjoy immediate results. There will be a change in your vision in the first few days. Your vision will continue to improve in the next few weeks with your vision achieving either 20/20 or 20/40.

The good news about Lasik in Dubai it does not require downtime. Your  eye doctor will recommend you avoid driving for a couple of days and not wear makeup for up to two weeks. When it comes to laser eye surgery, side effects are mild and once again will only affect a handful of patients. Yes, it is a surgery but considered one of the safest in the world.