LASIK surgery, if you don't know what it is, well it's when they burn your eyes with Lasers in hopes that you will be able to see better afterwards. I just recently had this done. I was told by many many people that it was a breeze, and you would be able to see the moment you got out of the building. They said you would be light shy for a while but other than that you would be great.
It has been one week since I had it done; my vision is almost back to 100 percent. I still have to put some drops in my eyes that make it hard for me to focus. Tomorrow I stop taking those drops so I hope that my vision will be great. The surgery itself kind of sucked, but I suppose as surgeries go it was pretty easy. They put this clamp on your eye, and tighten it up so that you can't close your eye. Kind of hurts, then they put this suction cup thing on your eyeball, and then cut the top layer off of your eye. They pull that back and they begin burning your eye with the laser. It's a bit unnerving when you realize you can smell your eyeball burning. Smells kind of like burnt flesh. When I stood up from the LASIK, It looked like someone had put a sheet of that really thick plastic in front of me. I couldn't see very well at all. The rest of that day my eyes hurt, but the next day they felt pretty good, and now they feel really good.
The bad thing for me is my eyes were so bad they have already told me that I would need to come back in and have this done again. I guess if your adjustment is too high, it will require a touch up surgery to make sure you don't need glasses again.