This is an unusual condition in which the cornea of the eye (the clear anterior part of the eye) becomes very thin and protrudes. Literally means: cornea that appears in a conical shape. This deformity can lead to severe visual disturbance.
Contact lenses and LASIK have many similarities in that for the millions of patients who are nearsighted, farsightedness or have astigmatism, both vision correction options can help achieve independence from the hassles and limitations of wearing eyeglasses.
Dry eye syndrome is not exclusive to people who have had refractive surgery, however, it has developed into the most common complication after lasik vision correction.