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Laser Vision Correction Options


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We offer advanced blade-free iLASIK, which minimizes the already low risks of the procedure, and allows for precise, effective treatment of nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. By refining the shape of the cornea with an excimer laser, LASIK can help patients reduce or eliminate the need for glasses and contact lenses.


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PRK (photorefractive keratectomy) is similar to LASIK, and usually recommended if you have especially thin corneas. Rather than creating a corneal flap to gain access to the inner corneal layer (stroma), PRK involves removing the outer (epithelial) layer of the cornea, which quickly regenerates after surgery.


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Presbyopia is an age-related vision condition in which the natural lens of the eye loses flexibility and does not transition as easily between near and far distances. CK (conductive keratoplasty) involves using a thin probe that emits low-level radio frequency into your cornea to shrink the tissue, increasing corneal curvature to compensate for the rigid lens.

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To learn more about our laser vision correction procedures, schedule your free consultation with us today.