Refractive Surgery

What is Laser Surgery for the Eyes?
Refractive laser surgery now offers an alternative to glasses and contact lenses in correcting vision. It can correct myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness) and astigmatism by changing the shape of the cornea with a cold...

Specialized LASIK Eye Surgery with Monovision

After the age of forty, we all will begin to lose the ability to accommodate or focus the lens of our eye. This is a universal phenomenon and not caused by any disease or illness.
When the ability to...

RISKS & BENEFITS

BENEFITS OF LASIK
  • You can have clear, natural or improved vision
  • LASIK is quick and virtually painless
  • Most patients are able to see clearly without glasses and/or contacts
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Presbyopia, which literally means "old eyes", is a normal and expected consequence of the aging process. The crystalline lens within your eyes is composed of proteins. These proteins are soft and flexible when you are younger. Beginning as you approach your 40's presbyopia occurs as the protein...

THE LASIK EXPERIENCE
Complimentary consultation
Your complimentary consultation is the first step. During this one-hour appointment you will have specific testing performed to assure that you are eligible for the laser treatment. The remainder of your...

PRK (Photo Refractive Keratectomy) vs LASIK (Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratosmileusis)
LASIK and PRK are two different (but similar) types of laser eye surgery. Both are grouped under the...