LVEC - Am I Suitable Quiz? UPDATED

Unfortunately, laser eye surgery isn't right for you at the moment.

The Royal College of Ophthalmologists recommends that in order to have laser eye surgery you must be over 18 years of age and have a stable glasses prescription. This is normally defined as no change greater than 0.5 units (0.5D) in the last two years. The reason is that your eyes continue to develop until you're 21 or 22 so your prescription may change between now and then which affects how we perform laser eye surgery too. 

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