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Focusing after Eye Surgery in Snooker


Focusing after Eye Surgery in Snooker

I had lazer eye surgery to correct my vision and now have to relearn how to play because now I don't have a dominant eye anymore.. Has anyone else had this problem?

Focusing after Eye Surgery in Snooker

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  1. flyingfossilFenwick on 2/28/2010 6:03:56 PM

    I had the opposite happen when I had cataract surgery. It can't be corrected in my case. You will adjust in time. Once you get used to it your game will improve immensely. Consider yourself lucky. You now have depth perception.

  2. flyingfossilquickshot on 2/28/2010 8:15:28 PM

    You have a dominant eye.....it will just take some getting use to as your vision adjust to your enviornment.

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Focusing after Eye Surgery in Snooker

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  • Published: 2/28/2010 6:45:11 AM