Bucks County LASIK

LASIK Surgery in Bucks County

Bucks County LASIK

There are two choices you have when it comes to improving your vision. You can keep wearing your current eyeglasses or contact lenses, or you can take the leap to have our Bucks County LASIK, the revolutionary procedure that corrects nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. With a success rate of over 90%, this simple treatment takes only a few minutes per eye to complete, and is both effective and safe.

There is no conventional cutting with our Bucks County LASIK. Neither will you need stitches or bandages. It's all done at our office, and you can go home right after. That's the benefit that lasers offer. You'll feel completely comfortable during the process, because your eyes are numbed beforehand with anesthetic eye drops. A small flap of corneal tissue is opened and peeled back. Your cornea is then reshaped. The flap it then closed and sealed. That's all there is to it. The point of reshaping your cornea is to make the journey of light between your cornea and your retina more accurate. With normal vision, light strikes at or very close to the center. That's when you have 20/20 vision. Unfortunately, nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism are associated with abnormal curvature and/or shape of your cornea, altering the path of light to your retina. Our Bucks County LASIK changes all of that. Most patients discover that they are experiencing better vision by the next day, or maybe even later the same day as the procedure. You will be able to rely far less on your prescription lenses. In the best cases, you can discard them entirely.

To find out if you're a good candidate for laser eye surgery, all you need do is reach out to our office and set up a convenient time to come in for an examination and consultation to determine your eligibility.

IC Laser Eye Care
3046 Knights Rd
Bensalem, PA 19020
(267) 202-4459

By IC Laser Eye Care

July 5, 2018

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