I had a SMILE operation at the beginning of August (2017).
My previous vision was a bit worse (I think a bit more myopia) than:
right: -2,25 sph, -1,75 cyl, 180°
left : -3,25 sph, -2,25 cyl, 5°
Now, at almost one month from surgery, my vision is:
right: +0,50 sph, -0,75 cyl, 5° = 1,0
left : +1,00 sph, -0,75 cyl, 0° = 1,0
I can't right now comfortably use screens, as my sight blurs after a while (10/20 minutes), so the optician prescribed me (temporary) eyeglasses.
The eye sensitivity is very good - I have no dry eyes (at least, I don't feel it), and even shortly after surgery, I had little; also, in my life, I've experienced dry eyes virtually only in expected conditions (eg. on days after sleeping little/bad).
I know that it's possible to draw conclusions only after three months, but I have a few questions while I wait:
1. is this a significantly suboptimal result? if so, is it possible to achieve such suboptimal result even with a careful surgery? in other words, what's the likelihood that the doctor committed a mistake, or just performed badly (either in the calculation, or during the surgery itself)?
2. is there anything that can affect my final outcome? For example, if I give more rest to my eyes, use eye drops, use the eyeglasses less, and so on? I'm a programmer, so not using screens is difficult.
3. I have significant sports activity, and at certain times I undergo diet cycles; everything is carefully calculated and verified - but it is still taxing. Is it better to avoid any dieting during the next two months?
4. Is there any (very) general expectation for what's going to happen in the next two months? I'm 36 years old and very healthy (as wrote, I have significant sport activity).
Thanks for the attention!