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To determine if you are a good candidate for laser refractive surgery, please contact our office to set up a consultation.  We'll schedule an appointment time with you in our office to discuss Lasik and whether or not you are a good candidate for the surgery.

For more information visit:

 

www.dishler.com

www.insightlasik.com

Lasik can treat a broad range of nearsightedness, astigmatism and farsightedness in people 21 or older who are in overall good health with a stable prescription.  It is not ideal for women who are pregnant or for people with certain medical conditions.

Who qualifies for Lasik?

Any surgery has risks.  However, the risk of complications is less than 1%. We use the most innovative technologies and highest level of safety standards and precautions to help ensure that your surgery is completed with 100% success.

Are there risks?

Lasik is a procedure that treats refractive errors by re-shaping the cornea using an excimer laser.  It is an outpatient procedure that typically takes about ten minutes.  Topical anesthesia is applied and the surgeon creates a flap in the cornea.  The flap is lifted to the side and the laser is used to remove a layer of corneal tissue.  The flap is then folded back to its normal position.  The removal of this tissue reshapes the cornea so light will focus directly onto the retina to produce clear vision.

What is Lasik?

Restoring your perfect, natural vision through Lasik

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Patients have reported little or no discomfort during the procedure and have reported improved vision the next day.  Some patients experience mild discomfort during the initial recovery period.

Does it hurt?