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The hazards of contact lenses and the hazards of myopia surgery_Industry News_

by:Eugenia     2022-02-27
Myopia surgery is currently being considered by many myopia patients, but due to the certain risks, many myopia patients are more worried. Contact lenses are not easily worn and the eyes are not affected by frame glasses. Naturally, they are very popular with myopia patients. However, because contact lenses also have certain safety risks, they cannot be worn for a long time. Let’s take a look. Let’s talk about the harm of contact lenses and the harm of myopia surgery. Both myopia surgery and contact lenses can affect the cornea. Myopia surgery involves moving a knife on the cornea to change the shape of the cornea to correct vision. After the operation, you should not participate in many activities, so as to avoid the cornea being easily infected, and strenuous exercise will also cause the cornea to fall off and cause blindness. Wearing contact lenses for a long time can cause long-term hypoxia of the cornea. Corneal cells are damaged, and the cornea is also susceptible to infection. In some serious cases, it can cause corneal ulcers, corneal perforation, and even blindness. After myopia surgery, the eyes will become more sensitive, and there will be discomfort. Red eyes, photophobia, etc. appear, and many people who wear contact lenses also experience these adverse reactions. These will cause the impact on vision. After laser surgery, some people have symptoms such as decreased night vision, high intraocular pressure, double shadows, dry eyes, and photophobia. People who wear contact lenses also have decreased vision and high intraocular pressure. Contact lenses absorb moisture from the eyes, which can also cause dry eyes. If it goes on for a long time, some people may develop dry eye. If the eyes become sensitive, they may also experience symptoms such as photophobia.
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