Blurry vision, GASH (glare and ghosting, arcing and aberrations, starbursting, halos and haze), overcorrection, undercorrection, binocularity issues, loss of contrast, corneal erosions, dry eyes: These are all common and often debilitating “side effects” of refractive surgery.

Many patients’ visual issues may be resolved with expertly designed and fitted RGPs (rigid gas permeable) prosthetic contact lenses. VSRN’s resource network includes eye care providers throughout the US and in selected other countries around the globe.

Click on links to go to the individual complications pages.

Residual Refractive Errors


Night Vision Disturbances and Loss of Contrast Sensitivity

Refractive Imbalance and Monovision

Contact Lenses and Enhancement (further surgery)

Post LASIK Dry Eye