PRK is a type of laser vision surgery that can correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, and blurry vision due to astigmatism. It is an alternative to LASIK and may be recommended if you have thin corneas, dry eyes, or are involved in high-impact activities. Our board-certified, specially trained eye surgeons use the latest laser technologies to help restore your vision and improve your quality of life.
How does PRK surgery work?
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