LASIK eye surgery is a tried and true procedure that offers many the ability to ditch glasses and contact lens for good with minimal downsides. However, not everyone qualifies as a good candidate for LASIK
When it comes to eye care, the two primary doctors that deal and specialize in the field are ophthalmologists and optometrists. The two can often work together on the same patients even, however, executing
One of the greatest advantages about the LASIK procedure it that it is virtually pain free. Anesthetic drops are placed in your eyes prior to the procedure and once the anesthesia wears off, discomfort is very minimal. In fact most people go back to their normal routine the very next day!
LASIK is the most commonly performed vision correction procedure in the world, with the vast majority of patients having excellent results. However, there is no surgeon or surgical procedure that can guarantee perfect results. As with any medical procedure there are possible risks involved. We will provide you with detailed information about potential risks, complications, and possible side effects before you have your procedure. Be sure to write down any questions you have and we will be happy to answer them before you give your consent to have the procedure done.
LASIK is not the only vision procedure we perform. For patients with thin corneas and large pupils, the LadarVision WaveFront system is now a critical diagnostic tool in helping us to determine if you are a candidate for the procedure and to determine which procedure is best suited for you.
This new technologically and advanced procedure can cost more than conventional laser eye surgery. We’ve made an investment in this exciting new technology in order to make the best care available to you. We will review your procedure with you, discuss corresponding costs, and help you determine the best way to proceed.
If you have had difficulty making a decision about laser vision correction surgery and if you have been waiting for new technology to become available, wait no more! The technology is here TODAY, so why wait any longer? The Custom Cornea Procedure is the most advanced technology available in the foreseeable future.