You’ve probably heard Piano Man Bruce Barker rocking out at the Neon Cactus, but have you ever heard him talk about his LASIK procedure? Like many LASIK recipients, Bruce will tell you that the procedure changed his life for the better.
As someone considering PRK, researching the procedure is a good way to decide if corrective eye surgery is right for you. PRK, or Photorefractive Keratectomy, is a vision correction procedure that uses a laser to sculpt the surface of the cornea. PRK is similar to LASIK, but LASIK uses the laser to sculpt tissue deeper in the eye, under the corneal flap.