Question: How Long Does It Take Vision To Stabilize After Lasik?

three to six months

How long does it take for eyes to adjust after Lasik?

The recovery time from having LASIK surgery varies, but most people will see significant improvements in their vision within the first two days. Depending on the skill of your LASIK surgeon and the type of refractive procedure performed, acquiring good vision may take between two and seven days.

Is it normal to have blurred vision after Lasik?

But it’s normal to experience some blurred vision and fluctuations in your vision for several weeks or even months after LASIK. Your eye doctor or LASIK surgeon typically will see you the day after your surgery to check your visual acuity and make sure your eyes are healthy and healing properly.

How can I maintain my vision after Lasik?

1 to 2 weeks post LASIK: You can usually begin exercising within a week after LASIK surgery, but you should continue to avoid contact sports for at least a month. Wear sunglasses when out in the sun to protect your eyes from the ultraviolet light, and use the provided eye drops to minimize dry eyes.

How often does Lasik need to be redone?

With modern LASIK, the enhancement rate is 1-2 percent in the first 12 months and then about 1 percent a year after that as patients’ eyes can change with time. So, for example, 10 years after LASIK, approximately 10 percent of patients may require an enhancement procedure to maintain their excellent vision.