Our surgeons answer the most common patient questions

 

 

“Hi, I'm Dr. Sally Thompson, the surgeon at LasikPlus in Salt Lake City. I get asked a lot, 'What are the red dots on the white part of my eye after LAISK?'. They're just simply bruises, little broekn blood vessles, and they don't hurt. What causes them is we hold your eye nice and still with light suction while we're doing the first part of LASIK, which used the InrtaLase®, to create the LASIK flap. But don't worry, they go away in about 3 weeks.”