I understand it’s common to overcorrect to allow for regression especially in patients that are hyperopic. When they calculate the residual thickness, is that what is left immediately after surgery. And if so, with regression that figure should change quite a bit?
For example, my calculated residual thickness was 321um but at my one day post op I had gone from +3.25 to around -3 and now at +0.75 so in reality with all that regression I might have 350um of eye? Just curious how it works.