Thanks for the update. I'm sorry to hear that you are still having some much trouble.
Using a laser to try and break up the floaters so that they will maybe sink out of your vision is safe if extreme care is taken to not get to close to the retina, back of the lens
or other important structures inside the eye.
In my experience as a retina surgeon if the floaters are that much of a problem I would just proceed with a pars plana vitrectomy. This gets rid of all the floaters but, as I stated before, there are significant risks to this surgery.
I personally don't think zapping a few strands of vitreous
floaters is the way to go....but if you wanted to try it, and the ophthalmologist was careful, it probably wouldn't hurt you.
Does this make sense?
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