Did You Know?
LASIK is the most commonly performed refractive surgery procedure
Why is it so popular? LASIK has advantages over other procedures, including a relative lack of pain afterward and the fact that good vision is usually achieved almost immediately, or at least by the very next day.
Glasses and contacts may be a hassle or actually prevent you from doing things that you enjoy or need to do for your occupation. But is LASIK Eye Surgery really right for you?
The doctor can usually perform a full evaluation when you come in for your initial LASIK eye surgery consultation. This will determine whether you are eligible for LASIK eye surgery. Your doctor then will discuss with you the results of your evaluation and let you know if you are a good candidate.
At your consultation, your eyes will be photographed and a computerized map (corneal topography) will be created. This map will assess the shape of your cornea, and is one of the many diagnostic tools the doctor will use to help plan your laser eye surgery procedure. No one has a perfectly rounded cornea, and the topographer will display the corneal irregularities and the actual steepness or flatness that the surgeon must correct.
We work only with the most skilled ophthalmologists that we can trust with your eye health.
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