Traditional LASIK Eye Surgery in Philadelphia, Lancaster, and Harrisburg

Traditional LASIK eye surgery is a revolutionary procedure that can help patients affected by nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and other conditions regain 20/20 vision. LASIK, which stands for laser-assisted in-situ keratomileusis, can be a life-changing procedure for many patients. The doctors and staff of Perfection Lasers are committed to providing the best possible LASIK eye surgery care for patients at our Philadelphia, Harrisburg, and Lancaster-area centers. We want you to be informed about this exciting procedure before you decide to go through with it. Please contact our practice today to schedule a LASIK consultation with one of our laser vision correction doctors.

  • Benefits of Traditional LASIK Eye Surgery
  • The Traditional LASIK Eye Surgery Procedure
  • Is Traditional LASIK Eye Surgery Right for You?
  • Benefits of Traditional LASIK Eye Surgery
Laser vision treatments involve the use of a laser to permanently change the shape of the cornea, the crystal-clear covering of the front of the eye. By adjusting the curvature of the cornea, our doctors can improve the eye's ability to focus, allowing many patients to see clearly without glasses or contact lenses. The majority of our LASIK eye surgery patients, many of whom come from areas such as Philadelphia, Harrisburg, and Lancaster, notice a dramatic improvement in their vision immediately after the procedure. Most are even able to return to full activity, including driving, the day after surgery.

The Traditional LASIK Eye Surgery Procedure

LASIK eye surgery is the most frequently performed laser vision correction procedure. Numbing drops are administered prior to the procedure to ensure that patients do not experience any discomfort. The LASIK procedure takes about five minutes per eye to perform. Dr. Columbus or one of our experienced LASIK surgeons begins by using the latest computer technology to precisely map the interior of your eye.
After determining the adjustments necessary to optimize our patients' vision, our doctors use a microkeratome machine to create a flap. The corneal flap is then folded back to expose the corneal curvature. Our doctors then use an excimer laser to quickly and safely alter the shape of the cornea. When the procedure is completed, the flap is replaced in its normal position over the new corneal curvature and allowed to heal on its own.
Because the procedure is so minimally invasive, patients are usually able to function normally and perform everyday tasks with no hindrance the following day.
To learn more about the LASIK eye surgery procedure, contact our Philadelphia, Harrisburg, and Lancaster-area practice, Perfection Lasers, and schedule a free, private consultation.

Is LASIK Eye Surgery Right for You?

LASIK surgery results in almost instant vision improvement. The procedure is quick, effective, and painless. In addition, as it becomes more common, LASIK is becoming increasingly affordable. The procedure involves very few side effects as well, allowing most people to resume their daily activities the very next day after surgery.
If you would like to meet with a surgeon to determine if LASIK eye surgery is right for you, contact our Philadelphia, Lancaster, and Harrisburg-area practice and schedule a consultation today

Learn More about Traditional LASIK Eye Surgery

Perfection Lasers is committed to providing the highest-quality vision care and procedures, including LASIK eye surgery, for our patients in the Philadelphia, Harrisburg, and Lancaster areas. You can visit our LASIK financing and pricing page to learn more about our affordable prices. Or, to schedule an appointment, contact Dr. William Columbus, M.D., Call us today at 1-866-600-3937.

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