LASIK Technology

At Eye Associates, we are committed to offering patients the latest in laser vision correction technology. Until recently, the first step in the LASIK procedure – creating the flap –was performed using a bladed device called a microkeratome. With the microkeratome, there were increased risks of complications. But thanks to recent advancements in technology, we can offer you a safer, more precise, blade-free LASIK experience with iLASIK at Eye Associates.

Vision Correction as unique as you are.

Our all-laser iLASIK procedure offers patients unsurpassed safety, unparalleled precision and a truly customized LASIK procedure that is tailored specifically for YOUR vision imperfections. Thanks to our exciting new iLASIK technology, it is now possible for our patients to enjoy an even higher level of vision than is possible with either prescription glasses or contact lenses.

What makes iLASIK™ unique?

Wavescan® Mapping Technology
Much like a fingerprint, no two eyes are alike. Wavescan® technology produces a detailed map of the eye for a new level of precision and accuracy.
IntraLase® – Blade-Free Laser Technology
The first step in the LASIK procedure – creating the corneal flap – is safer and more accurate thanks to the precision of a computer-guided laser.
Iris Registration
Thanks to Iris Registration, the CustomVue™ treatment is aligned to the exact rotation of the eye for greater safety and reassurance.
Advanced CustomVue
Tiny imperfections in your eyes are identified, measured and corrected 25x more accurately than with standard methods.

The combination of these incredible advancements in laser vision correction means iLASIK is safe, allowing you to obtain the vision you’ve always wanted.

Taking The Next Step

If you’ve been waiting years for the right time to have LASIK – or waiting for the right technology – your wait is over.
If your concerns were over results, iLASIK could be the perfect choice for you.
In clinical trials, 98% of patients with mild to moderate levels of nearsightedness obtained 20/20 vision or better.
If you’ve been told in the past that you were not an ideal candidate for LASIK, now is the time to re-evaluate.
With iLASIK, we can now treat a wider variety of patients with much broader degrees of nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism.

To find out if you are a candidate for iLASIK, simply schedule a complimentary consultation with one of our counselors and be one step closer to the vision you’ve always wanted.

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