unfortunately, the laser itself can not be assessed. However, it is possible for an ophthalmologist to estimate the size of the surgical flap and this can be something that can be compared to the initial plan. Sometimes the flap itself is too small for your pupil size. The problem I see in your issue is that I am pretty sure you signed a consent that stated something like "although zyoptics can reduce the amount of glare and halos it does not eliminate it" ....I wish you well, Dr. Stevens
Thanks for the info, have you ever heard of a touch up treatment that helped with halos or starbursts, or do you know of any eyedrops that might make my pupil a little smaller which I am sure would help. When I am driving and I turn on the interior light the halos go away almost in a instant....
Yes I am sure I did sign something like you had said I just wish there was a to see if I got the proper treatment cuz I am sure I am a victum of medical malpractice but by the sounds of it there is no way to prove it..
Thanks for your info and if you have any suggestions I would be happy to hear them
night time issues may actually get worse with any touch up or enhancement, what is a possibility is to get a prescription for a very low concentration of pilocarpine. This was a medicine we used commonly years ago (some still use it) for glaucoma and it is still available. It shrinks the pupil and lasts about 4-6 hours. It has some side effects mainly when you use it, you get a strain in the forehead, like a headache, but a concentration of 0.5% will probably not cause any headache. This is definitely worth trying and I have used it for this purpose in Lasik patients in the past. I wish you success with this treatment, Dr. Stevens