PRK, or PhotoRefractive Keratectomy, is a laser surgery that is used to treat refractive problems in the eye.
Refraction is the way in which your cornea bends the rays of light that enter your eye. It can affect the way images develop in your eye, in turn affecting the way you see things. Corneal damage, thin corneas, and dry eyes can impact the functioning of your cornea, leading to improper refraction.
Your eyes are the mirrors to the world. But it can get extremely challenging looking through a blurry mirror. Age, genetic conditions and eye injuries can affect your vision. But the days of putting up with slowly failing vision are gone. Now, you can undergo the PRK, PhotoRefractive Keratectomy surgery and regain your perfect vision.
Through the PRK laser surgery, you can correct such refraction problems and regain your vision. Conditions PRK can treat include: myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), and astigmatism.