Pulse technology boosts all-laser PRK for one-step, no-touch
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PRK stands for Photorefractive keratectomy, and unlike LASIK, the surgeon actually removes the epithelial cells from the front of your eye. The laser does the same thing as LASIK would, but the healing process for PRK is a bit longer because your eye has to regrow the epithelial cells. The benefit of PRK over LASIK is that it leaves your eye in a more stable state, so it is more resistant to impacts or high strain maneuvers in airplanes. It is good for pilots, military personnel, boxers, etc. With LASIK, there is always a chance that the flap could come loose. That's not an experience I want to chance going through, so that is why I chose PRK...

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