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Given your extensive ocular history, which we have discussed in previous chat sessions, fi I had to pick one or the other for your I would go with PRK.
As you know, with PRK there is more corneal stroma available for surgery and, with your high myopia, you will need all the corneal tissue you've got.
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Do u know if it raises ur risk of detachment with PRK ? and Implant I heard does raise risk bc its inside the eye which can cause some issues do u agree with that . Just trying to firgure which is best for me bc no one can agree every doctor has its own input which is diff but dont know who to trust espcially I want the lowest risk possible I know everything carries a risk But wouldnt think a laser on cornea would effect the retina do u agree ? And is the prohaltic laser I had done similar to PRK as far as the recovery and laser hitting the eye which one is more dangerous . Bc i surviored the prohalytic laser
Being that I am 5 moths out from the prohalytic laser 360and havent got a retina tear but still floaters and some flashes does that mean I am less like for retina tear being 5 moths out bc the vitreous is not as attached or is that false ?