Implantable Contact Lens surgery differs from LASIK and PRK because it does NOT alter the structure of the eye or involve corneal tissue removal. Rather, this surgery involves obtaining an Implantable Contact Lens (ICL) specific to your prescription. The procedure involves creating a small opening in the eye and inserting the ICL behind the iris and in front of the eye’s crystalline lens.
The ICL works naturally with your eye’s optical system to enhance its performance. After meeting with one of our physicians and is determined that you are a candidate for an ICL, you will be scheduled for an outpatient procedure at our facility. Prior to the insertion of the ICL, a YAG laser is used to create a small opening in the iris allowing for better fluid flow within the eye. Your eye may be covered with a protective shield following surgery. Within a few days after the procedure for the first eye, the second eye lens will be implanted. The procedure takes only 30 minutes.
Bladeless Lasik (LASIK)
Bladeless LASIK surgery, also known as All-Laser LASIK, is the most commonly performed laser eye surgery in practice today. LASIK can treat mild to moderate nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. Bladeless LASIK uses a femtosecond laser to create a thin flap in the cornea, the clear front surface of the eye. Learn More About LASIK
Photorefractive Keratectomy (PRK)
Photorefractive Keratectomy surgery was the first type of laser eye surgery for vision correction. Although PRK recovery time takes a bit longer than the recovery for LASIK, PRK is still commonly performed and offers advantages over LASIK for some patients. Learn More About PRK
At our state-of-the-art surgery center, we provide comfortable, highly customized cataract procedures with precision not achievable with traditionalmanual techniques.
Our facility is designed to comfort patients in a professional setting. We offer you a remarkable combination of advanced surgical skill and state-of-the-art medical laser technology.