Having to rely on glasses or contacts to see clearly can add difficulty and frustration to everyday life.
The excimer laser makes it not only possible - but incredibly safe - to restore your vision.
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Making LASIK Safe and Precise: Why This Procedure Might Be for You
The excimer laser checks the position of the eye 400 times per second. Several measures are taken to prevent eye movement during surgery, and the laser will automatically shut off if any movement occurs.
PrecisionTracking the position of the eye ensures that the laser modifies only very specific areas and amounts of corneal tissue.
PredictabilityThe exceptional precision and safety of the excimer laser helps 99 percent of recipients achieve 20/40 vision or better, while 90 percent achieve 20/20 vision or better.
Breaking down LASIK Treatment Step-by-Step
The excimer laser vaporizes microscopic amounts of corneal tissue to correct irregularities that are causing nearsightedness, farsightness, or astigmatism.
A Fast Procedure with Life-Changing Results
You can expect to be in your doctor's office for a total of 90 minutes. LASIK itself takes just 10 minutes per eye.
Day of Procedure
LASIK Is One of the Safest Elective Surgeries Available
According to the American Refractive Surgery Council, less than one percent of LASIK patients experience complications.
The Benefits of the Excimer LASER are Affordable
Cost of LASIK and Comparable Solutions Over 10 Years
Your Doctor Can Determine Your Candidacy
The excimer laser is capable of providing life-changing enhancements, but LASIK is not right for everyone. If you have thin corneas, for example, you may be better suited to PRK, another refractive surgery that incorporates the excimer laser.
Book a consultation with your doctor today to learn how this technology can benefit your vision.