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:: What is LASIK Surgery? :: Schedule Consultation :: LASIK Monovision
:: What is Custom LASIK? :: LASIK Fees & Payment Options :: LASIK Enhancements
:: What is Epi-LASIK? :: LASIK Eye Surgery Costs :: LASIK & Contact Lenses
:: LASIK Practice Locations :: Best LASIK Price :: Laser Eye Surgery & Diseases
:: Choose a LASIK Surgeon :: LASIK Risks and Complications :: Lens Replacement Surgery
:: Questions for LASIK Surgeons :: LASIK Contraindications :: Verisyse Implantable Lens
:: Am I A Candidate? :: LASIK Alternatives :: Visian ICL Implantable Lens
:: LASIK Questions :: LASIK & Dry Eyes :: Multifocal Lens Implants
:: LASIK Eye Surgery Experience :: LASIK & Presbyopia :: Dry Eyes & Dry Eye Syndrome
:: LASIK Information Checklist :: Laser Technology :: Presbyopia & Vision After 40
:: LASIK and Astigmatism :: LASIK Surgery Safety :: BOTOX® & Cosmetic Plastic Surgery
:: LASIK Surgery & The Military :: LASIK & Sports :: Types of LASIK Doctors
:: Laser Technology Advances :: Bladeless LASIK :: Vision Correction Precision
:: Near Vision and LASIK :: LASIK Problems

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LASIK Decisions Make Informed Decisions About LASIK

Prior to having Laser Eye Surgery, whether LASIK, Custom Wavefront LASIK, PRK, monovision LASIK, Epi-LASIK, LASEK or another specialized LASIK Surgery, a comprehensive consultation and medical eye examination are necessary. This requires a careful clinical evaluation as well as a thorough discussion with a qualified and experienced doctor. The information presented in this website is provided for informational purposes only and does not serve as a source of informed consent, nor will it be able to provide you the specific answers to all of your questions about LASIK. It is important that you read this information and then carefully discuss its contents with the doctor at your LASIK consultation. Vision changes produced by Laser Eye Surgery are permanent and generally cannot be reversed or easily modified. Be certain you have all of your questions answered and that you have read and understand the informed consent before undergoing any type of Laser Eye Surgery including LASIK Surgery. The LASIK surgeons at the LASIK practice locations included within this website will be pleased to provide thorough answers to all of your questions so please feel free to discuss any aspect of the treatment with a LASIK Surgeon of your choice.

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