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What is the correction limit for LASIK surgery?

The limit of LASIK is usually around -10, so even if vision gets worse, correction -10 may be all that can be accomplished with LASIK.   Then you would need glasses or contacts again. Another option is a phakic lens implant, which can correct up to -17.

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