LASEK is a type of laser surgery that is used to correct astigmatism, nearsightedness, and farsightedness. The procedure involves cutting the outer layer of the cornea with a fine blade to correct vision. Potential side effects include dry eyes, cloudy vision, reduced vision, and the sensation of having a foreign object in the eye. Read more: LASEK Laser Eye Surgery Article
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