In the past, glasses and contact lenses were the only options available to correct vision problems, which were also referred to as refractive conditions. Now, with the latest advancements in technology, excimer lasers and surgical procedures have provided several other options to correct vision problems. The important question is to find the procedure that is best for your eyes and specific vision requirements.
Our aim is to complete a thorough eye exam to confirm whether or not you are nearsighted, farsighted, or have astigmatism along with one of those conditions, or others. Also, there must be any ocular health problems present, such as cataracts or untreated glaucoma. Sometimes, additional measurements are needed, such as increasing the thickness of the cornea, or perhaps a corneal surface mapping. Our ophthalmologists can ultimately determine whether you are a candidate for LASIK. Our ophthalmologists can ultimately determine whether you are a candidate for LASIK. The success of a LASIK procedure depends largely on the training, skills and experience of your surgeon. Our LASIK surgeon is a fully certified AMO and Alcon LASIK physician.
Avery Eye Clinic offers a no obligation, complimentary LASIK eye surgery screening to help determine if you are a candidate. Only through a thorough examination is your doctor able to determine what vision correction option is right for you. If your doctor does not think LASIK is the answer for your specific circumstance, he will work with you to determine what is the right method to correct your vision. LASIK is only one of the many options you have at Avery Eye Clinic.
LASIK Info Line
We have set up a special LASIK Information Request phone number, 936-539-4500 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org