How to become free from glasses and contact lenses when you’re not a LASIK candidate
Not suitable for LASIK? Don’t worry. We have plenty of amazing alternatives that achieve equally life-changing results.
ICL’s – a safe and effective option for high prescriptions
ICL’s (Implantable Collamer Lenses) are a safe and effective treatment to restore natural eyesight so that you no longer need contacts and glasses.
Aimed specifically towards treating severe nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism, ICL’s:
When you have an eye exam, the optometrist tests your eyes in different ways. They record the measurements in your eye prescription.
If that eye prescription is incomprehensible to you – this article will help! With this information, you’ll understand what all those symbols and letters mean. And, it should help you make an informed decision about what kind of laser eye surgery you might need.
This is the big question, isn’t it? If there’s one thing that people worry about when it comes to LASIK, it’s the risks. You might have heard that LASIK is risky. But still, you’re here, reading the answer to this question, which means you have an open mind. So, let’s break it down. How risky is LASIK?
The risk of losing vision with LASIK in expert hands is about 1 in 30,000
Does that number surprise you? Does it sound like a lot? Or tiny?
I know what you’re thinking. You’re seriously considering LASIK, but you’re worried you might not be suitable. Millions of people have achieved clearer vision thanks to LASIK and other refractive surgeries. LASIK and PRK have a long, well-established safety record, and most patients are pleased with their results. However, refractive surgery isn’t appropriate for everyone. There are certain criteria candidates must meet in order to qualify for LASIK or PRK…
If you are interested in refractive surgery, we will meet with you one-on-one to evaluate your visual needs and goals.
We live in a world where technology moves very quickly and LASIK technology is no different. That’s why it’s crucially important for your LASIK surgeon to not only be skilled in the art of eye surgery but also sophisticated when it comes to evaluating LASIK technology. In this post, I’ll explain the LASIK technology we use and why I chose this platform to deliver the best outcomes for my patients.
Congratulations! You’ve just had LASIK! And if you haven’t yet had LASIK, get yourself to a consultation so we can get to this stage already! While there’s little you can do to affect the procedure as we perform it, the bulk of your responsibility in our LASIK partnership begins after you’ve had it. In this post, I’ll introduce you to Bill, who followed all of my advice and had a great visual outcome after LASIK.
I'm so glad you asked! Of course, I want you to choose I Love LASIK. With that said though, I appreciate that we have to earn your trust and that comes from having you objectively compare our center against others. That’s why we created a time-saving resource that we encourage you to use to choose a LASIK surgeon in New York, which I’ll get into below…
The smartest way to choose a LASIK surgeon in New York
Ditch the stress involved in choosing a LASIK surgeon in New York – and use our free list of questions to ask them!
This is one of the biggest worries people have about LASIK and PRK, and understandably so. Let me start by putting your mind at ease – laser eye surgery does not hurt. “But what about all those stories I read about in the news and social media about LASIK being one of the most excruciating experiences possible?”