What is the best age for myopia surgery?

Abstract: there are no special eye diseases, such as cataract, glaucoma, keratitis, acute conjunctivitis, keratoconus, severe dry eye, diabetes, uncontrolled systemic connective tissue disease and severe autoimmune diseases. The best age for

myopia surgery is between 18-50 years old. Myopia patients under the age of 18 are still in the development stage. The ocular axis may continue to develop and the visual acuity is not stable enough. After surgery, if the ocular axis continues to grow, it will lead to myopia again, which can not ensure the stability of postoperative visual acuity. So teenagers had better wait until their eyesight is stable before surgery. Patients over the age of 50 often have the phenomenon of aging. The implementation of myopia surgery may affect the visual quality.

in addition to the age limit, people who want to have myopia surgery also need to meet the following conditions:

01. The refractive state has been relatively stable in recent two years. After preoperative examination, all eye conditions meet the surgical standards;

02, no special eye diseases, such as cataract, glaucoma, keratitis, acute conjunctivitis, keratoconus, severe dry eye, no diabetes, uncontrolled systemic connective tissue disease and severe autoimmune diseases;

03. Severe amblyopia and incomplete eyelid closure are not suitable for surgery;

04. Pregnant or lactating women are not suitable for surgery for the time being.

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eyes are precious to everyone. Therefore, when myopia patients decide to have myopia surgery, they should go to a professional eye hospital for detailed preoperative examination to ensure that they meet the operating conditions.