Will Lasik vision correction improve my eyesight?
How long does Lasik vision correction take?
What does LASIK feel like?
The most common word used by our patients is “weird.”
Is Wavefront Optimized treatment right for me?
Wavefront is performed based on the unique attributes of each eye’s refraction. The results of your Lasik exam will determine if Wavefront treatment will provide a measurable improvement over traditional Lasik.
How quickly will I be able to see better?
Can I drive myself home after my Lasik procedure?
Will my improved vision be permanent?
When can I return to work?
Is Lasik vision correction safe for teenagers?
What is Wavefront Optimized Lasik?
Wavefront Lasik is a more in-depth version of the Lasik treatment. The technology involves sending light into the eye in a specific pattern and then measuring it as it passes through the visual system. Changes in the pattern are a result of aberrations in the eye. Your doctor can best tell you if the Wavefront Lasik treatment is right for your eyes.
What’s the difference between regular Lasik and All-Laser Lasik?
The only difference is in the way the cornea flap is created. All-Laser Lasik is bladeless, and uses a laser to create the flap whereas regular Lasik uses a microkeratome. The benefit of All-Laser Lasik is more precise cornea flaps and a reduced risk of experiencing dry eyes after the operation.
How many people have had this surgery?
Will I still need to use reading glasses even after the surgery?
Do insurance companies cover this surgery?
Are there any activities I need to avoid following the surgery?
While there is a very short recovery time from the surgery, patients should be careful with the eye area immediately following the procedure. Do not rub your eyes and wear sunglasses. No hard to remove eyeliner or mascara should be used for up to one week after the surgery. Activities such as swimming in pools or hot tubs, playing racquet sports and going to tanning beds should be avoided for one week as well.