LASIK enhancement a is procedure intended to follow up your original operation. It may be needed if the initial LASIK procedure doesn't achieve the results you're expecting or a complication occurs.
In the majority of cases patients report that good results are achieved after just one LASIK procedure however, in some cases an enhancement treatment may be required to help achieve better vision as not everyone can get twenty-twenty vision after just one treatment.
LASIK can successfully treat high degrees of near or farsightedness and astigmatism but research has shown the best candidates for treatment are younger people who have only a mild degree of nearsightedness or astigmatism.
Although many people who have undergone LASIK report that they see better than they did with glasses or contact lenses, a small percentage of people report that their vision hasn't improved to the extent they were expecting.
After your initial procedure, your surgeon will ask you to monitor your vision for a few weeks. Immediately following the treatment you may experience blurred or hazed vision but this should fade quickly. If you still experience blurred vision for a few months after surgery then a LASIK enhancement may be required.