What's New



Are you a Candidate for LASIK?

Monday, September 21, 2015

A careful medical history is also important to determine if a patient is a good laser vision correction candidate. Diabetes may make a patient a poor candidate. Also, collagen vascular, autoimmune or immunodeficiency disease such as lupus or rheumatoid arthritis may preclude surgery. Certain oral medications are not recommended in combination with laser vision correction, such as accutane or amiodarone. Patients who are pregnant or nursing are not good candidates for laser surgery.

Patients must be 18 years or older to have laser vision correction.

The best way to determine candidacy is by consulting with a Nashua Eye laser vision correction surgeon.

RSS:    RSS Feed

LATEST ARTICLES

FEATURED ARTICLES

Blog Archive

LASIKLearn More About LASIK Dry EyeLearn More About Dry Eye CataractLearn More About Cataract GlaucomaLearn More About Glaucoma OculoplasticsLearn More About Oculoplastics PediatricsLearn More About Pediatrics Eye ExamsLearn More About Eye Exams Diabetic examsLearn More About Diabetic exams Macular
Degeneration
Learn More About Macular Degeneration
CorneaLearn More About Cornea