I'm sorry I have no experience with this so I cannot comment.
Thanks for your reply.
So basically what is your recommended solution for patient with large pupils (for my case, it's about 7.8mm) that experience night time starburst with my prescription? I believe I began to find that I experienced starburst after giving up Ortho-K was partly because I experience halos when using Ortho-K and became more concern about night time vision.
In all instances that I have had the problem turned out to be early cataracts, corneal disease such as keratoconus, or macular pathology.
Just have a check and MD susgest I have a laser surgery due to lattice degeneration, it's not at macular part but upper retina. My current vision is excellent (corrected VA 1.2) except the disturbance at night which can be solved by using color soft contact lens. I have a question that does this kind of laser surgery to prevent future retinal detachment harm, improve/ worsen my night vision starburst? I don't have any problem that if I still have to use color contact lens to solve night time starburst. And why i need to do such surgery is to prevent future retinal detachment. Thanks a lot.
I suggest you get a second opinion from a Eye MD that specializes in retinal disease. Find one near you at www.aao.org