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Will I Have Sensitivity to Light after LASIK?

For many patients, LASIK is a life changing experience. The procedure provides clear vision and freedom from the confines of glasses and contact lenses. However, like any surgery, LASIK is not without risks. Rarely, patients experience mild post-operative symptoms that can be uncomfortable for a few days. One of the common symptoms is temporary sensitivity to light…. Read the full article

What Is the Recovery Timeline after PRK?

Recovery is a common consideration when evaluating refractive surgery options, and there are some distinct differences between the LASIK recovery and PRK recovery. In this post, Dr. Ernest Kornmehl, a sought-after eye surgeon in Boston, discusses the PRK recovery in more detail and provides a general timeline. LASIK Recovery vs. PRK Recovery Both LASIK and PRK are refractive surgery procedures that… Read the full article

What Can I Expect from Corneal Crosslinking Treatment?

Corneal crosslinking is an exciting treatment that slows the progression of mild keratoconus. The combination of riboflavin and ultraviolet light has been shown to strengthen the collagen fibers in the cornea to help preserve its round shape and prevent loss of vision. Here, Dr. Ernest Kornmehl of Kornmehl Laser Eye Associates, a top laser eye surgeon in Boston… Read the full article

Key Differences between LASIK and PRK

Photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) may be the original surgery for refractive errors, but laser-assisted in-situ keratomileusis (LASIK) has surpassed it in terms of popularity. Currently both procedures are extremely safe and effective ways to reduce or eliminate dependence on glasses or contact lenses. If you would like to understand how the procedures differ, read about the key distinctions,… Read the full article

Relief for Dry Winter Eyes

Everyone’s eyes occasionally feel dry or itchy. However, these symptoms can intensify in the winter, when bitingly cold temperatures, wind and high thermostats aggravate eyes even further. If dry eyes are bothering you, don’t wait for symptoms to subside on their own. Here, Boston LASIK surgeon Ernest Kornmehl shares his best tips for relieving dry winter eyes. Don’t Overdo… Read the full article