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Does laser eye surgery effect your night vision?

Published on 25th April 2011

Night vision problems that may be encountered include reduced contrast vision, glare and halos. However, these symptoms tend to reduce as the cornea heals and improvements in surgical technique and technology over recent years mean that night vision problems are less prevalent.

As each individual case is different, it is always in the patients' best interest to be seen for a thorough assessment and consultation with their treating ophthalmologist and here at Visualase we offer just that.

The time with your treating surgeon is invaluable as part of your decision making process, and many other clinics do not offer this.


All eye surgical procedures carry a level of risk including not obtaining the desired outcome, through to varying levels of visual loss. Your eye surgeon will discuss the risks and benefits, including ones specific to your circumstances, at the time of your pre-operative consultation.