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LASER VISION CORRECTION

Advances in the field of refractive surgery have made LASIK (laser assisted in situ keratomileusis) and PRK (photo refractive keratectomey) some of the safest and most commonly performed elective procedures in the world. With modern laser technology, it is now possible to get very accurate and predictable results. You can now reliably obtain the glasses independence that you desire.

Anyone with nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism is experiencing a refractive error. The cornea and the lens in your eye are responsible for focusing incoming light onto your retina. When the cornea and lens are unable to properly focus incoming light, images appear blurry or distorted. Glasses and contact lenses refocus the light through the eye’s optical system so that light rays are properly focused on the retina, correcting this problem. In refractive surgery, the goal is to reshape the front of the eye (the cornea) so that those light rays come sharply into focus. At Worthington Ophthalmology, we have partnered with the Fresh Look Laser center to provide you with latest technology in the field of refractive surgery. The center utilizes the VISX custom Vue laser as well the intralase system. The latest advance in LASIK, the intralase system allows for "bladeless" LASIK, commonly referred to as iLASIK. iLASIK allows for safer and more predictable creation of the LASIK flap.

   

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See clearly in 2018 without breaking the bank. LASIK is a favorite among patients as results are immediate, impressive, and the procedure itself is quick and painless. For a limited time, Dr. Albright is offering expert treatment for just 3,600 for both eyes. Make your glasses and contact lenses a thing of the past as you head into the new year! To find out if LASIK is right for you, schedule a visit with our office. LASIK consultations are free. Advances in the field of refractive surgery have made LASIK (laser assisted in situ keratomileusis) and PRK (photo refractive keratectomey) some of the safest and most commonly performed elective procedure in the world. Current laser technology makes results highly predictable and incredibly accurate giving you the glasses independence that you desire.