If you suffer from nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism, and you feel that glasses or contact lenses limit your activities, LASIK may be right for you. Look beyond a lifetime of glasses and contact lenses…and enjoy a better way to see. When you’re deciding to have surgery on your eyes, you want to know what you can expect. Many surgeons tell you general LASIK results, but most don’t offer specific information about their results with people just like you … and most won’t put it in writing. But we will. No matter what your current situation is, we’ll provide you with specific information about your likelihood of achieving 20/20 vision. There’s no guessing and no generalities. Just the actual data to help you make an informed decision.
With recent advances, more and more people are becoming prime candidates for laser vision correction, even when they’ve been told in the past they were not. Eye & LASIK Center is a premiere LASIK Surgery Center offering the latest in technology with the WaveLight® EX500 ExcimerLaser.
Expert LASIK Eye Surgeons
Our expert LASIK surgeons are board-certified and have performed many thousands of laser vision correction procedures. Our Eye & LASIK surgeons are some of the most experienced surgeons in the region and are committed to using proven LASIK laser technologies, so you can be confident that you’re placing your vision in capable hands.
Personalized LASIK Screening
The first step in ensuring you’ll have an excellent outcome is to determine if you are a good candidate. At the Eye & Lasik Center, our doctors and vision correction counselors will assess your specific visual needs and recommend the best options for you.
Best Diagnostic Technology for LASIK Treatment
We use only the most advanced diagnostic equipment to determine your candidacy with the utmost confidence. During your free 60-minute consultation, we’ll perform a thorough examination including:
- corneal topography
These tell us about, not only your prescription but the size of your pupils, the shape, health and thickness of your cornea, and the level of aberrations present in your visual system. All are critical in determining if LASIK is right for you.
State-of-the-Art Eye Surgery Facility
The design of our surgical facility is to specifically provide the best in laser vision correction in a comfortable and relaxing environment. From the consultation room to the laser suite, you’ll notice the difference! Our goal has always been to provide the best technology, superior surgical results, and a laser vision correction experience so outstanding you’ll want to tell all your friends.
What is 20/20 Vision?
Generally speaking, if your visual acuity is determined to be 20/20, you see at 20 feet what a person with normal vision sees at 20 feet. Comparatively, if you have 20/40 vision, you see at 20 feet what a person with normal vision could see from 40 feet. And, if you’re one of the lucky ones who has 20/15 vision, you can see at 20 feet what others would have to move up to 15 feet to see.
Will I See 20/20 After LASIK?
After LASIK, most patients see as well, if not better, than they did with their glasses or contacts. As a matter of fact, one thing that makes our office special, is that we’ll provide you with our actual results with other patients as your same prescription – in writing. Whatever your prescription, we’ll provide you with specific information about your likelihood of achieving 20/20 vision. No guessing. No generalities. Just the actual data to help you make an informed decision.
LASIK Eye Surgery Results
Results matter most. So be sure to research what other patients are saying about their own experience with your surgeon. Specifically, look for reviews about how they were treated, before, during and after their LASIK procedure.
Also, pay attention to their reviews about their vision after LASIK. How well do they see? Are they happy with their vision? Your LASIK experience should be both enjoyable and effective. Taking time to identify top surgeons with outstanding patient care will help you achieve both.