Your choice to undergo laser vision correction with the VISX Advanced CustomVue Procedure from AMO puts you in good company. More physicians in the U.S. choose VISX lasers to perform laser vision correction than all other lasers combined.
We know the decision to have LASIK surgery is a big one, so we take great care to determine what's best for you as our patient. That's why we offer blade-free LASIK treatment using the IntraLase method.
Although the technology has evolved over the past 50 years, LASIK has been available since the 1990s and has grown extremely popular. LASIK is a quick, easy, and hassle-free way to improve your vision. In fact, millions of people have found freedom from eyeglasses and contacts, thanks to LASIK laser vision correction.
Millions of Americans are less dependent on eyeglasses or contact lenses, thanks to LASIK. However, fear has caused millions more to avoid or postpone experiencing the benefits of LASIK. If you are one of them, iLASIK laser vision correction at LASIK Laser Eye Center may be right for you!Blade-less iLASIK makes the procedure safer, more precise, and more comfortable than traditional LASIK.
The most common method of creating a corneal flap involves a hand-held device that uses a blade, but superior blade-less iLASIK technology makes it possible for McCaa to create a more precise flap by using a laser for this important first step of the procedure.
The surgery should take less than 30 minutes. You will lie on your back in a reclining chair in an exam room containing the laser system. The laser system includes a large machine with a microscope attached
No contact lenses prior to evaluation and surgery - can you go for an extended period of time without wearing contact lenses? Have a thorough exam - have you arranged not to drive or work after the exam? Read
Before you move ahead with LASIK surgery, there are certain questions you should ask your doctor. Be sure you have all the information you need and that your doctor has answered these questions to your
Ablate in surgery, is to remove. Ablation zone the area of tissue that is removed during laser surgery. Accommodation the ability of the eye to change its focus from distant objects to near objects. Acuity