Chances are you know people who’ve had LASIK surgery. You’ve probably heard the stories about their “Wow!” moment – when they experienced a sudden, dramatic improvement in their vision right after the procedure. Our surgeons are specialists in this procedure. They have helped thousands of Abilene area patients achieve dramatic improvements in vision through laser vision correction.
If you’ve worn glasses or contact lenses for years, you’re acutely aware of the frustrations of limited vision and might be considering LASIK. For most patients, LASIK is very successful.
Your decision to undergo a LASIK procedure is an important one. Be sure that the doctor who performs your LASIK procedure has the right qualifications and has the experience necessary to perform your procedure successfully. It is important to understand the risks involved and to have realistic expectations. LASIK can dramatically improve your vision, but you should not expect perfection. For example, patients over the age of 40 may still need to wear reading glasses.
Topographic LASIK with Wavelight Ex500 Excimer Laser is the next step in laser vision technology. Prior to surgery, a patient has a topographic exam that determines the uniqueness of each patient’s eye. This allows the Wavelight Ex500 Laser to apply a cool beam in a specific pattern unique to the patient’s correction. LASIK with Wavelight Ex500 improves myopia, hyperopia or astigmatism as well as the quality of vision such as contrast, sharpness and perception.
Abilene Eye Institute was the first to introduce a blade-less approach to LASIK in Abilene. Our surgeons trust the Ziemer Laser beam to make an accurate incision. The safety mechanisms of the Ziemer make sure that the patient is in good hands at all times.
Find out if LASIK is right for you.
Call Gina Darr at 1-800-692-2020 or email Gina at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Abilene, TX 79606
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