RK Followed by LASIK 10 Years Later

This eye had RK surgery followed by LASIK surgery 10 years later. Note the brightness of the RK incisions and the round circular arc of the LASIK seam. This means that the surface tissues are opened years later which poses a risk for infection and other unanticipated events. The dark “blotchy” areas along the corneal surface represent areas on the corneal surface devoid of moisture.


"People who say it can't be done
shouldn't interrupt the guy doing it."
-- Roger D. Davis, PhD

Dr. Boshnick on CBS This Morning

See Dr. Boshnick and Dr. Morris Waxler (former FDA chief research scientist on refractive surgery) talk about bad LASIK