LASIK procedure


1. How will I know what procedure I need? A) Everyone’s eyes are different. What works for one person may not be right for you. Your surgeon will determine what procedure is right for your vision. 2. How long does… Read More ›


As we age, our eyes age with us. Presbyopia naturally occurs when the lens of our eye, used to focus, loses some of its natural flexibility. Usually occurring anytime on or around 40-ish it may require certain individuals, for example… Read More ›

Multifocal LASIK (PresbyLASIK)

Currently in clinical trials in the US, one of the newest LASIK advancements, is the development of a new procedure called Multifocal LASIK. This procedure is designed to treat patients prescribed a bifocal prescription and/or those who are presbyopic. Presbyopia… Read More ›

What is PRK?

PRK, also known as photorefractive keratectomy, is an elective procedure designed to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism. Prior to LASIK, PRK was the vision correction choice, and differs from LASIK as there is no corneal flap created. PRK may still… Read More ›

Bladeless LASIK

Bladeless LASIK, using the IntraLase® laser, is the first blade-free laser technology for performing the critical first step of the LASIK procedure: creating the corneal flap. This new technology replaces the hand-held microkeratome blade with the computer-guided precision of a… Read More ›