LASIK

Our experienced surgeons use the latest refractive technologies and surgical techniques to help patients suffering from such refractive problems as farsightedness, nearsightedness and/or astigmatism. As a result of refractive surgery, many of our patients are able to greatly improve their vision and eliminate or reduce their dependence on glasses and contact lenses.

Refractive surgery is a term used to describe vision correction procedures that surgically change and improve the way light rays enter the eye and are focused on the retina. The goal is to achieve sharper, clearer vision. This may decrease or eliminate your dependency with glasses or contacts.

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LASIK

LASIK, or laser assisted in-situ keratomileusis, uses the accuracy and precision of the excimer laser to alter the shape of the cornea in an attempt to change the way the light is focused or refracted by the eye, thereby reducing or eliminating the need for glasses or contact lens.

LASIK improves vision safely and precisely by reshaping the cornea to correct nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia) and astigmatism. Vision improves within minutes, and most patients eventually enjoy 20/20 vision or better after treatment.

The most commonly performed elective surgery in America, LASIK combines the advantages of two sophisticated technologies: the accuracy of the excimer laser and the benefits of lamellar keratoplasty. It is safe, precise and highly successful. Thanks to LASIK, millions of people worldwide have experienced the wonder of clear vision without glasses or contact lenses.

LASIK offers many improvements over other refractive surgery procedures. These include little or no post-operative discomfort, immediate vision improvement, and the ability to drive or return to work quickly—sometimes as soon as the next day. Most patients require no corrective eyewear after surgery (although patients over 45 often need reading glasses).

Your LASIK procedure will be performed at the local nJoy Vision Center.  For more information call or e-mail us today.

Alternatives to Lasik

There are alternatives to Lasik surgery - other than glass or contacts - that may be a better option some patients. 

PRK

PRK is a vision correction procedure that alters the shape of the cornea to change how light enters through the eye. By changing the cornea's shape, PRK can fix - nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. 

PRK is similar to Lasik in many ways, and produce similar outcomes. PRK is FDA approved and is a safe and stable procedure for qualified patients. PRK and LASIK are both considered “laser vision correction surgery,” but each is a little different when it comes to advantages and disadvantages.  

ICL

The advantage of the Visian ICL is that it can permanently correct your vision, yet no natural tissue is removed in any way during the procedure. If for the unlikely reason you need or wish to remove your Visian ICLs in the future, your doctor can accommodate you.

 Visian ICL has been approved in Europe since 1997 and in the U.S. since 2005. In that time, over 700,000 eyes have been implanted with Visian ICLs by certified, specialized surgeons with a study showing a 99% patient satisfaction rate.

Also, fast recovery time -typically a quick, 20-30 minute or less procedure and most people are able to resume daily activities in just a few short days with clearer vision

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