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LASIKPlus is a provider of safe and effective LASIK and PRK treatments.4 These are two popular laser eye surgeries that correct poor vision and help reduce the need for glasses or contact lenses later on.
LASIK/PRK can fix several refractive errors, such as the following:
LASIKPlus surgeons have performed over two million refractive surgeries.
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LASIKPlus offers both LASIK and PRK surgeries to patients with unique vision needs. You may be a good candidate for LASIK surgery, or you may be a better candidate for PRK surgery.
For example, you may be a better candidate for PRK if you have thin corneas, which could make you disqualified for LASIK surgery. In addition, many autoimmune diseases would disqualify someone from undergoing LASIK or PRK surgery.
Both surgeries are laser eye procedures that improve your vision. Talk to your doctor about which option is the best and safest for you, depending on your budget and the type of refractive error you have.
LASIK is the most common form of laser eye surgery.3 It treats various refractive errors, such as nearsightedness (also known as myopia), farsightedness (also known as hyperopia), and astigmatism.4
PRK refers to a very similar surgery like LASIK. The main difference between the two is how the cornea is cut with the laser. During PRK surgery, the surgeon will remove a thin layer of the tissue known as the epithelium on the surface of the eye.4 This exposes the cornea so the surgeon can reshape it with the laser.
However, during LASIK eye surgery, the surgeon cuts flaps in the cornea with a femtosecond laser.4 They will leave a hinge at one end of the flap. Then, they will fold it back to expose your stroma, which is the middle section of your cornea. From there, the surgeon will reshape your cornea and replace the flap.
At LASIKPlus, the surgeons perform 100% bladeless surgeries, which are also known as LASIK™, IntraLASIK™, or all-laser LASIK.4
If you are interested in learning more about LASIKPlus treatment options, you can check out the website for more information or visit an office near you. LASIKPlus has locations all across the country.
Here are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about LASIK:
LASIK surgery is generally not painful because it is minimally invasive. However, you may feel some itching, burning, and irritation after surgery.2
If you experience severe pain after your LASIK surgery, you should contact your doctor immediately. While some discomfort is to be expected, you should not be in agony after laser vision correction treatment.
There are pros and cons to LASIK surgery, as with any kind of treatment. You should talk with your eye doctor and LASIK surgeon about refractive surgery, as well as other customized treatment options.
LASIK surgery is considered very successful, and patients are generally expected to have quick and safe experiences with speedy recoveries. The procedure itself is not long or invasive.
LASIK is intended to be a permanent procedure. While you may still choose to wear glasses or contacts after surgery, most people do not have to wear them anymore. The benefits of LASIK are meant to last a lifetime. However, age-related changes to the eye can cause your vision to change over time.
At LASIKPlus, LASIK surgery usually costs about $999 to just over $2,000 per eye. In addition, some patients choose the LasikPlus Lifetime Advantage plan, which costs just over $2,400 for each eye.
These prices are standard for LASIK surgery.
At LASIKPlus, the pricing is all-inclusive. The initial vision examination and consultation are free, whether or not you end up being a good candidate for the procedure and become a patient. Post-operative costs, including prescription eye drops, and post-operative visits required by your surgeon are also included.
Schedule a visit at an office near you for a free consultation on the procedure from world class surgeons.
Some health and vision insurance companies do cover LASIK, while others do not cover LASIK. Reach out to your insurance provider to check whether or not your vision plan covers the patient services you will have done.
You can also check LASIKPlus’s list of participating health providers with vision plans here.
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