Laser eye surgery exclusion criteria
Certain conditions make PRK or LASIK inadvisable:
- Age less than 18 years old.
- If you are pregnant or breast feeding.
- Certain medical conditions such as autoimmune diseases (eg. lupus, rheumatoid arthritis), immunodeficiency states (eg. HIV) and diabetes may prevent proper healing after a refractive procedure.
- Systemic medications likely to affect wound healing such as retinoic acid and steroids.
- Keratoconus or other active eye disease.
Laser Eye Surgery Guide Index:
- Intro to Laser Eye Surgery
- What is PRK laser eye surgery?
- What is LASIK laser eye surgery?
- What is Epi - LASIK laser eye surgery?
- What is Wavefront LASIK?
- What is LASEK eye surgery
- What is Intralase eye surgery
- Laser thermokeratoplasty
- What are eye refractive errors?
- Is laser eye surgery right for you?
- Laser eye surgery exclusion criteria
- Before laser eye surgery
- On the day of laser eye surgery
- After LASIK laser eye surgery
- Common symptoms after laser eye surgery
- Possible complications of laser eye surgery
- LASIK-specific laser eye surgery complications
- LASIK surgery checklist
- How much does Laser eye surgery cost?
- Pioneering laser treatment could prevent blindness
LASER EYE SURGRY GUIDE
- Laser Eye Surgery
- LASIK Eye Surgery
- Wavefront LASIK Eye Surgery
- EPI LASIK Eye Surgery
- IntraLase LASIK Eye Surgery
- Z-LASIK Eye Surgery
- PRK Eye Surgery
- LASEK Eye Surgery
- LTK Laser Eye Surgery
- PTK Eye Surgery
OTHER EYE SURGERY
- RK Eye Surgery
- AK Eye Surgery
- CK Eye Surgery
- CLE/RLE Eye Surgery
- INTACS Eye Surgery
- Cross Linking Eye Surgery
- Blended Vision Eye Surgery
- Lens Implants
- IOL Eye Surgery