Discomfort wearing contact lenses due to dry eyes is one of the most common reasons for seeking laser eye surgery. In most cases, laser surgery can still be performed - treatment to improve the ocular surface may be required prior to surgery to optimise the results.
If you do have true dry eye syndrome, Daniel may advise against laser eye surgery. This is because laser treatment could make your symptoms worse. If laser eye surgery is contraindicated, implantable contact lenses (ICL)
can be a great option. Same vision results, but none of the risks of making your dry eye condition worse.