Due to a wrong note in my charts my ophthalmologist put the lens intended for my left eye into my right eye. We were trying for monocular sight because that is what I have naturally. I was very pleased with my sight except for night driving.
The Opthamologist now is telling me he will correct everything with LASIK after the left eye is implanted. I want my eyes right, not some new stopgap measure. I want the right lens in the right eye. Now I have no focal point in the right eye, that I can determine. Just hazy everywhere. I am a Medicare patient. What are my patients rights going forward? Help!!
There are not enough details to answer your question. Lasik surgery to compensate and fine tune vision after cataract/IOL surgery is not "stop-gap" it is a main line permanent way to correct vision without having to do intraocular surgery again with all its risks.
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