LASIK

LASIK eye surgery is a frequently requested procedure at The Center for Corrective Eye Surgery because of its many benefits. LASIK is a quick and effective medical procedure that can eliminate the need for eyeglasses or contacts. There are a few things you should know about LASIK before committing to an operation.

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What is LASIK?

LASIK, or laser-assisted in situ keratomileuses, is a procedure that uses a laser to correct vision problems. The laser used during a LASIK operation is not like the average red light used during a presentation. A LASIK laser is strong enough to cut through tissues in the eye to improve vision. When you first visit our office, our eye doctor will evaluate your condition to determine whether or not LASIK eye surgery is right for you.

Benefits of LASIK

LASIK eye surgery is non-invasive. You do not have to drastically adjust your life to accommodate for downtime and other factors. In many cases, the side effects of laser surgery wear off within a matter of hours or days. LASIK is more cost-effective. Traditional eye surgery can become significantly expensive when you factor in the amount of work you need to miss to properly heal. Laser eye surgery, however, comes at a fraction of the cost because of its non-invasive nature.  

Laser eye operations typically do a better job at correcting vision than traditional surgery. An ophthalmologist will rarely need to conduct another procedure to account for complications related to a LASIK procedure. Meanwhile, an eye doctor may need to schedule several follow-up appointments to monitor and correct problems caused by traditional cataract surgery. 

Is Lasik Eye Surgery Right for You?

LASIK may not be right for you if you enjoy leaving your eyes exposed to the sun’s rays. However, you will greatly benefit from the procedure if you are tired of wearing glasses and contact lenses. Only an eye doctor in McHenry, IL, can work with you to determine if LASIK is truly right for you. Calling an ophthalmologist in town is the first step to improved vision and, possibly, throwing away your eyeglasses for good. 

Contact Our Ophthalmologist at the Center for Corrective Eye Surgery for LASIK Eye Procedures

If you are considering LASIK, contact The Center for Corrective Eye Surgery today. For more information or to schedule an appointment with our eye doctor, call us at (815) 363-2020.