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LASIK surgery is a safe and predictable means of lessening or removing a person's dependency on corrective lenses. It is safe enough that it is routinely performed on both eyes at the same time. However, LASIK is a surgical procedure and therefore there are some possible complications or risks.
We will now discuss the possible minor and major complications that can occur with this procedure.
Minor complications are in most cases temporary and are often easily treated by your healthcare providers.
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