What are the most common side effects or complications?

Subtle fluctuations in visual acuity during the healing period, overcorrection, undercorrection, glare/halos associated with lights at night and dry eyes. Fluctuating visual acuity, glare/halos at night and the feeling of dry eyes typically dissipate over time and with healing (within a couple of weeks to months of the procedure). Other possible complications are infection and flap complications. If either of these should occur, the prompt diagnosis and institution of appropriate treatment help to insure a fine outcome.

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