Bucks County LASIK (October 5, 2018)

LASIK eligibility in Bucks County

Everyone would prefer to have outstanding vision without having to use corrective eyewear to make it so. Here at IC Laser Eye Care, we offer the benefits of our Bucks County LASIK, which greatly reduces your dependence on your eyeglasses or contact lenses, any may even permit you to discard them completely. Are you a good candidate for this laser surgery? That’s what our office will help you with.

Most of our patients will be able to meet the requirements for eligibility, but to be certain, use the information presented here as a basic guideline, and then come in for a consultation with our eye surgeon. You need to be at least 18 years old. You should have not had any previous corneal surgery, either. Stable vision for the past year along with having an eyewear prescription within certain acceptable limits is also key to your candidacy for our Bucks County LASIK. The above is not an exhaustive list, but will give you some idea of whether or not this is a good idea for you. When you are examined by our eye surgeon, a final determination will be made. You will also get all your questions answered, so that you can choose whether you want to proceed. The way the procedure works is that a small flap of your corneal tissue is opened, and a flap is created. Lasers are then used to reshape your cornea to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. After that, the flap is closed and sealed. There is no traditional cutting, no stitches, and no bandages. You should notice the improvement in your vision by the next day, or possibly later the same day as having our Bucks County LASIK.

Schedule your appointment with us and take that first important step toward sharper and clearer vision.

1725 Klockner Road
Hamilton, NJ 08619
(609) 643-0926

By IC Laser Eye Care

October 5, 2018

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