Photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) is the original laser vision correction and the forerunner to LASIK. Because PRK only treats the outermost surface of the eye, it offers unique advantages to those who may not qualify for LASIK.
PRK helps people achieve the same excellent results as LASIK without creation of a corneal flap. Although vision improvement is gradual over a few weeks or months, PRK is often the preferred treatment for patients not suited for LASIK—specifically those with thin corneas.
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