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Welcome Lasik Members!

Experience life without the hassle of glasses and contacts.

As part of your benefit, we are committed to providing you with quality laser vision correction services such as LASIK. To do so, we provide unsurpassed access to providers across the county combined with substantial savings exclusive to our members.

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Frequently Asked Questions

LASIK (Laser-Assisted in Situ Keratomileusis) is a type of refractive procedure which can correct nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia) or astigmatism.

Myopia
This occurs when the eye is too long or has too much curvature. When light enters the eye, it is focused in front of the retina which causes a person to have blurry vision when looking at things at a distance.

Hyperopia
This occurs when the eye is too short or has too little curvature. When light enters the eye, it is focused behind the retina which causes a person to have blurry vision when looking at things both near and far.

Astigmatism
This occurs when the eye is irregularly shaped, much like a football. This causes a person to have blurry vision at any distance.

Doctors may choose to use either a microkeratome (a small bladed instrument) or a laser to create a hinged flap in the outer layer of the cornea. The flap is gently lifted to allow an excimer laser to reshape the cornea. After the cornea has been reshaped, the flap is returned to its original position.

You may be a good candidate if you meet the following criteria:

  • At least 18 years old
  • In good general health
  • Have a stable prescription for at least 1 year
  • Not currently pregnant or nursing

Exam
In order to determine if you are a good candidate, you will have to see an Optometrist or Ophthalmologist for testing. They will measure the size of your pupil and thickness of your cornea, map the "imperfections" on your eyes, as well as measure your prescription. You will be requested to remove your contact lenses prior to the exam and again before treatment. This amount of time will vary depending on the type of contacts worn. Your eyes will be dilated so bring sunglasses to your appointment.

Day of treatment
On the day of treatment, you should not wear any creams, lotions, perfumes or makeup. The procedure is performed in the office, in a temperature controlled environment. A speculum is inserted under the eyelids to hold the eye open and numbing drops are administered. You will be asked to stare at a blinking light to steady the eye. The flap is created and the cornea is reshaped. The flap is then replaced to its original position. This whole procedure will take less than 30 minutes.

After treatment
You will be able to see objects as soon as the treatment is over. Your eyes may get watery and tear or have the feeling that an eyelash is in the eye. It's possible your eyes may look red or bloodshot. These symptoms should improve considerably within the first few days after surgery. You will be advised to take a 3-4 hour nap when you return home. Within the first 24-48 hours, you should return for your first post-operative care visit. Expect to return for post-operative care visits until the doctor releases you from his or her care.

The cost of LASIK will be based on which surgeon you choose and what technology is recommended. During your exam, the doctor will measure the size of your pupils, corneal thickness, individual prescription and map the "imperfections" on your eyes; this will determine which technology is recommended. When comparing quotes from different doctors, ask yourself the following questions:

  • How experienced is my surgeon?
  • Is there a cost for the pre-operative exam?
  • Will I be having traditional or custom LASIK?
  • Will the doctor use a microkeratome or a laser to create the flap?
  • What is included in the price?

Presbyopia is when the crystalline lens in the back of the eye naturally stiffens, causing it to be difficult to focus on objects close up. This will result in the need for reading glasses, but not typically until someone reaches their 40's. While LASIK doesn't correct presbyopia, monovision is an alternate type of procedure where the doctor will correct one eye for distance and the other eye for close up vision. This could alleviate the need for reading glasses.

Very little to no pain is felt during the procedure. Numbing drops are administered before the procedure starts. You may feel slight pressure during the procedure and may experience mild discomfort after the speculum is removed.

Traditional/Conventional
This can be used to correct lower order aberrations only. Optical machines, such as an auto-refractor, a corneal topographer and a pupilometer are used to take measurements of your eyes. These machines are used when measuring your prescription for glasses and/or contacts.

Custom
is also commonly referred to as wavefront-guided treatment. Special mapping equipment is used to evaluate individual shape and structure, producing an image as unique as a fingerprint. The equipment is more precise than traditional methods and uses light to create a three-dimensional map of the eye.

The speculum eliminates the possibility of the patient blinking during the procedure. The lasers also have built in tracking systems which are able to detect any movement of the eye.

Enhancements, or re-treatments, may be necessary to fine tune optical corrections. All in-network providers are required to offer free enhancements for the first year after the procedure.

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