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Old 09-17-2007, 12:07 AM #1
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Default Hit in the eyes with a class IV UV laser

I had LASIK last Friday. I was called a few days prior to the procedure and was asked to abstain from wearing hairhel/makeup/cologne etc. because the optics of the laser are sensitive to odor.

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Default Re: Hit in the eyes with a class IV UV laser

LOL, I thought you got involved in a laser accident when I read the topic title. :P
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Default Re: Hit in the eyes with a class IV UV laser

I expected another person saying "omg, I looked at teh lazor and burned mah eye"

Wait, sensitive to odor??
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Old 09-17-2007, 12:38 AM #4
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Isn't it due to the chemical's changing the wavelength of the laser?
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Default Re: Hit in the eyes with a class IV UV laser

He said specifically the optics.
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Oh, my bad... So it effects the coating on the lenses. :-[
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Default Re: Hit in the eyes with a class IV UV laser

From your title I was assuming that I would hear, "OMG I can't see out of one eye, and the other is very blury!" ;D

Yes, I would believe that the coating would be very sensitive. If the coating was damaged on a very small scale, I'm sure it would deform the beam. Which means, say good bye to your eye, because as you probably well know, these things must be done with precision.
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lol yeah me too ;D
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