Imagine waking up to see the world with crisp, brilliant clarity and less dependence on glasses or contact lenses. With life-changing LASIK laser vision correction you’ll be able to play sports, swim, go to the movies and enjoy social activities like never before!
LASIK Candidates: Conditions of the Eye
Traditionally, the treatments for these eyesight conditions have been contacts or eyeglasses. These solutions are only temporary, but LASIK laser vision correction can enhance your vision for life.
Utilizing the latest in wavefront-guided laser technology, our LASIK specialists, Dr. Stephen Lane, Dr. Gary Schwartz and Dr. David Park, are able to treat nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism. This technology offers the widest available treatment zone, leading to better peripheral vision and night vision.
That means we can treat more patients with greater accuracy. If you’re ready to eliminate the inconvenience of glasses or contact lenses, LASIK vision correction may be right for you. For information or to schedule your free LASIK screening, call 888-466-2020.
The Associated Eye Care Lifetime Vision Advantage
At Associated Eye Care, we are committed to providing our patients their best possible vision for life. We offer the Vision Advantage program as part of that commitment. In the unlikely event you should require additional treatment to maintain distance vision results, we will provide the treatment at no charge, provided you are eligible for the program. Ask for more information during your free consultation.
What else should I ask my doctor?
It’s very important to be sure that you are a good candidate. While it’s important to know how many procedures your surgeon has performed, it’s perhaps more important to ask how many patients your surgeon turns away. Associated Eye Care is conservative and will not recommend LASIK for those it does not feel are good candidates—this is why we perform such thorough pre-operative examinations. The majority of people who want LASIK are candidates, but you should be prepared for the possibility that you may be one of the patients we turn away.