I cannot advise you on this because these cases are so unique and individual. Usually the laser scars are put well away from the part of the eye that would blur central vision; usually loss of vision is due to the retinal tear or detachment the laser is used to try and correct.
In mt case the scar is at the canter of the retina and effect central vision (made by mistake of course).
i already met the best retinal specialist in my area, and she already preformed a "buckle" surgery after this occurrence, but i still have big blur on my central vision.
since there are no solutions here for central retinal scars, i'm looking now for "out-of-the-box" solution...
thanks in advance
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