Thats me gone then I understand that the RM don't take people with LES.... :cry:danslark said:mate when i had my eye test a few weeks ago they squirted some dye in to see whether or not i had it done,so i think more than likely they will know whether you have had the procedure done,but im no expert!
Is there any sign in the RN/RM's that it may become more accepted?Ninja_Stoker said:The reason that the RN/RM insists that your eyesight must be within the minimum acceptable standards before surgery is because in terms of surgical procedures, it is regarded as a relatively recent procedure.
That being the case, the long term effects are not currently recorded in sufficient acceptable quantity of patients' data of those having undergone these types of surgery, to establish without reasonable doubt that the results are permanent or temporary.
As I'm not an expert in laser surgery, I couldn't possibly cast judgement in this reason.
Hope that helps guys.