Dry Eye Disease after Refractive Surgery

Posted By : Whitney

08 April 2005
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This study compared small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) versus LASIK for post-refractive dry eye disease.

The SMILE procedure has a less pronounced impact on the ocular surface and corneal innervation compared with LASIK, further reducing the incidence of dry eye disease and subsequent degradation in quality of life after refractive surgery.

Read the study’s results here:

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