Dominant Eye

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Dominant Eye

Postby DryEye » Sun Jul 08, 2007 7:07 pm

When one's dominant eye is less corrected than one's other what kinds of problems can this cause?
Has anyone been in this situation?
Did you get it enhancement or just live with it?
Thanks
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Dominant Eye

Postby David » Fri Jul 13, 2007 2:18 am

I'm living it right now and couldn't be more frustrated. I saw my Lasik provider yesterday and although my dominant eye is testing at 20/20, my nondominant eye is testing at 20/10 so there is nothing that can be done surgically. I'm hoping that punctal plugs can help some of the dry eye blurries in my dominant eye and that I eventually get used to the nondominant eye overcorrection.
Good luck!
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