[:en]If you have been diagnosed to have mild cataracts, it is not advisable to undergo LASIK. The doctor may recommend a cataract surgery instead when the vision has been affected by the cataract formation.
If you previously have had retinal laser treatments for retinal holes/degeneration, it may still be possible to undergo LASIK. The doctor will perform a dilated eye examination to determine your retinal health, and advise on LASIK suitability.[:]