Renowned in Ophthalmology
The CorrectVision LASIK Institute prides itself on offering a wide range of advanced surgical options. We understand that your eyes are unique, and we take very special care to make sure you have a customized treatment that suits your needs.
We have years of experience and are experts at treating and resolving diseases and disorders of the eye and offer treatments related to:
Diabetic Eye Care
Conjunctivitis (Pink Eye)
Styes (Eyelid Bumps)
Floaters and Flashes
Our ultimate goal is to improve your vision and reduce your dependence on corrective eyewear.
Here are some of the conditions we
Nearsightedness is an eye condition in which you can see nearby objects clearly, but faraway objects appear fuzzy or blurry. Technically called myopia, it is caused by a refractive error which occurs when your eye does not focus light correctly. If you are nearsighted, your eye focuses incorrectly because its shape is a little too long or sometimes too rounded, thus focusing light in front of the retina instead of on it.
Farsightedness (hyperopia) means that it’s easy for you to see things far away, but your close-up vision is blurry. In this instance, your cornea is too flat or your eyeball is shorter than normal, which causes light to be focused behind your retina instead of on it. Farsightedness is very common and easy to correct. According to the National Eye Institute, 5-10 % of Americans have this condition.
Astigmatism is a common vision problem caused by an error in the shape of the cornea. With astigmatism, the front surface of the eye (the cornea) or the lens of the eye has an irregular curve, which can change the way light is passed to the retina (or refracted). This causes blurry, fuzzy or distorted vision.
See the World Clearly
Staar ICL is an alternative treatment procedure that implants a removable lens into the eye, allowing you to see better and see clearer. The lens is 100% biocompatible and is meant for treating vision conditions such as myopia and nearsightedness. This 15-minute additive procedure can permanently correct your vision without removing corneal tissues, leaving you ready for a new life without glasses or contacts.