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LASIK / PRK

Can you imagine waking up & being able to see clearly without the need of glasses or contacts?

Normal daily activities, such as watching TV, driving a car, swimming, or even the initial transition from inside a cool building to the humid outdoors in the summer can be such a challenge to someone wearing glasses, and now there is a solution to these issues. Most of our patients couldn’t have imagined something like this even being possible before LASIK and PRK. It really is such an amazing feeling being able to see without relying on glasses or contacts, especially when you’ve needed the help from a young age.

Laser Vision Correction is honestly a life changer!
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What is LASIK?

LASIK (Laser-Assisted in Situ Keratomileusis) is an outpatient surgical procedure used to treat myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), and astigmatism. During this procedure, your Ophthalmologist will use an Excimer laser to make a hinged flap in your cornea, allowing tiny, quick pulses of laser light to be applied to the cornea. They will then use this laser to reshape the cornea to improve the way the eye focuses light rays onto the retina. This surgical procedure takes about 20 minutes of your time and can eliminate your need for corrective lenses. It may take up to several weeks to achieve your best vision.View Video


What is PRK?

PRK (Photorefractive Keratectomy) is an outpatient surgical procedure used to treat myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), and astigmatism. During this procedure, your Ophthalmologist uses an Excimer laser to reshape the cornea to improve the way the eye focuses light rays onto the retina. Because no incisions are made during this procedure, the cornea is not weakened. Immediately after this surgery, the operated eye is patched with a bandage contact lens for about four days until the epithelium has recovered. This surgical procedure takes about 20 minutes of your time and can eliminate your need for corrective lenses. It may take up to several weeks to achieve your best vision.View Video


Financing Options

Although our office accepts most major insurance plans, laser vision correction is generally not a covered service. However, we do accept financing through CareCredit.

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