What Had Happened If I Move Or Blink My Eyes During LASIK?

During the LASIK Eye Surgery, patients are usually asked to look at a light to prevent your eye from moving. It is important that the laser beam maintains a constant relationship with the eye. If your eye moves in the procedure, the surgeon may remove too much of your cornea, which could cause problems after the operation.

What Had Happened If I Move Or Blink My Eyes During LASIK?

However, there are new technology that is used today. The new laser machine have been made that can track your eyes many hundreds of times a second throughout the operation. If your eye moves, the adjustments can be made to the laser beam, so that it maintains a constant relationship with the eye. Thus, the eye surgeon has full control of the laser and continuously monitors its position ensuring that any eye movement will not cause any damage or other negative effects.

Don't worry about blinking or any other accidental movements during the procedure, the eye is held open by an eyelid speculum.