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If your main concern is whether a re-surgery is alright to be done in this situation then yes it can be done. In safe hands it should not be a problem at all to remove the wrong IOL and replace it with the correct IOL. It would depend on the surgical expertise of the surgeon but more often than not, in these rare conditions, the surgical outcome is good. I would personally feel it is better than getting lasik done . Though doing lasik is certainly an option, the dry eyes which can occur following lasik can be more troubleful. If it were to be my kith and kin I would have suggested a re-surgery in this situation.
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Have you ever done the redo and successful ?
If in the alternative choice, i.e. use the wrong unit, and just use eye glass
to see, without lasik, will this better than lasik or redo, for safety .
If this case happen to yourself, what will you take?
Please for my other question, which is better to take Timoptol or Xalatan to treat Glaucoma?
Thank you for your answer.
I have still one question:From the side effect of Xalatan, it is said that using
Xalatan will make eye colour becomes brown in certain period. and what is the seide effect of Timoptol?
Thank you Doc.
Thank you for your informations.
One more question, I heard from friend, that the best quality(Multi focal) of the IOL is not always the best for the patients, I heard that some people
who chose the Multi focal Lens, get more trouble after inserting, and Mono focal
users are more succesful. is it true?
Thank you for your fast response.