In August 2017, I had Relex surgery for correcting my eyesight.
I'm 36; the numbers are (before => now):
right: -2,75 sph, -1,75 cyl, 180° => +0,50 sph, -0,75 cyl, 5° = 1,0
left : -3,75 sph, -2,25 cyl, 5° => +0,50 sph, -0,50 cyl, 0° = 1,0
My eyes are still recovering; specifically, they are unable to keep in focus very well (additionally, I work on a screen 8+ hours every day). It seems that the left eye has almost-but-not-entirely 100% acuity, even with glasses, although I suspect that it's the focusing problem.
However, there has been a steady progress since the surgery (this was predicted by Dr. Hartzok in September - he was right ), so I have the feeling that I'm going to fully recover. I don't really have any other symptoms aside the lack of focus.
The doctor who operated me, who own a prestigious center in Germany, has a quite "uninterested" attitude, but the job was good (I hope). She proposed me to have a T-cut for correcting the remaining error.
Now, I have a few questions, since she isn't very "keen on answers":
1. what is a t-cut? strangely, it's something almost absent from the internet;
2. what do I need to know before undergoing it? is there anything that I can do to take a more informed decision (eg. exams)?
3. should I wait before having a 100% recovery? at this pace, it will take at least other 2-3 months.
Thank you in advance!