Cornea Associates of Texas of Texas

LASIK Eye Surgery

Blurry vision can make it difficult to perform everyday tasks. While contact lenses or glasses can help, they can also be inconvenient and limiting

LASIK eye surgery is a very safe, proven technique for correcting many refractive errors and allows you to see clearly without corrective eyewear.

What makes LASIK at Cornea Associates of Texas such a great option? 

Enjoy Immediate Improvements in Your Vision 

Care by Specialists 

Each one of our highly trained surgeons is a cornea specialist and many of us have participated in clinical trials for advanced surgical eye care. 

Immediate Results 

Although it may take up to six months to achieve your final results, many patients can see immediate improvements in their vision after the surgery. 

Improved Quality of Life 

By reducing your dependency on contacts and glasses, LASIK can greatly improve your quality of life and give you more freedom and flexibility. 

LASIK Surgery Also Produces Outstanding Results 

LASIK infographic

*According to the American Refractive Surgery Council.

LASIK eye surgery has shown impressive success rates, and a vast majority of patients who have undergone LASIK are very satisfied with their results. 

Requirements for Undergoing LASIK Surgery

18 or Older 

Because the eyes of younger patients are still developing and changing, LASIK is only recommended for those who are 18 years or older. 

Corneal Thickness 

LASIK requires a tissue flap on the surface of the eye, so you should have sufficient corneal thickness to qualify for surgery. 

Healthy Eyes 

If you have corneal diseases, cataracts, glaucoma, or other ocular health issues, you might not be a good candidate for LASIK eye surgery.

Stable Vision

In order to undergo LASIK, your eyeglasses prescription should be stable. Otherwise, you might need to undergo additional touch-ups more frequently. 

Good Overall Health 

Because certain diseases can affect your candidacy for LASIK, our doctors will discuss your medical history with you to ensure that you are healthy enough to undergo surgery. 

Regular-Size Pupils

Large pupils can increase your risk of post-surgical complications including halos, poor night vision, and glares following your LASIK procedure. 

Is LASIK Safe? 

In addition to its high satisfaction rates, LASIK is incredibly safe. According to the American Refractive Surgery Council, the procedure carries a less than one percent chance of surgical complications. 

LASIK carries a less than one percent chance of surgical complications

For added peace of mind, you should choose a reputable and trusted team when looking for a LASIK eye doctor. Choosing highly trained specialists in eye surgery who offer advanced options is the best way to reduce your risk of complications. Reach out to our team today to learn if this procedure is right for you.

More Information about LASIK and Its Alternatives

Types of LASIK

We offer both traditional and custom LASIK, and can treat a range of visual errors. Traditional laser vision correction can achieve great results but is not nearly as precise as CustomVue. In fact, we can achieve custom LASIK results that are up to 25 times more accurate than traditional LASIK!

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What to Expect during Surgery

It is entirely normal to be anxious about having LASIK surgery. Certainly, having laser eye surgery is an unusual experience, but we do our best to make LASIK surgery quick and painless. Let us walk you through a typical LASIK eye surgery procedure, as performed at Cornea Associates of Texas.

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Why Choose Us

At Cornea Associates of Texas, we pride ourselves in providing the highest quality of LASIK care. Quality begins with a professional and caring attitude. It involves well-trained, skilled surgeons and certified surgical support staff uniquely qualified to perform your eye surgery. 

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Statistics on LASIK

We are proud to share results of LASIK achieved by the doctors at Cornea Associates of Texas. This analysis is based on a retrospective review of 200 eyes with a minimum of 2 months follow up. All patients underwent Wavefront guided LASIK using the VISX Star S4 with Iris Registration technology.

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The primary difference between PRK and LASIK is the location on the eye where the laser treatment is applied.  In LASIK, a flap is made in the cornea first and then the treatment is applied under that flap.  In PRK, no flap is made, the treatment is simply applied to the surface of the eye.  

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LASIK/PRK Technology

We utilize highly advanced technology to perform your laser vision correction procedure. Combining the Intralase iFS Femtosecond Laser, the VISX Star S4 Excimer Laser, and WaveScan technology, we are able to provide the majority of our patients with visual outcomes better than 20/20. 

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Phakic IOLs

Some patients are not candidates for LASIK or PRK due to the severity of their nearsightedness. At Cornea Associates of Texas, our surgeons are proud to offer these patients an alternative: the phakic intraocular lens. These lenses are placed in front of your natural lens to correct your vision.

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