Jon Dishler, MD

Jon Dishler, MD

Denver Ophthalmologist
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8400 East Prentice Avenue , Suite 1200
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
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Happy Patient - Greenwood Village, CO


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lasik surgery by dr. jon dishler -Denver, CO

I did extensive research before entrusting a physician with my eyes. My referral sources all pointed toward Dr. Jon Dishler and his in office surgical center. After meeting the physician (and asking innumerable questions, after all my career depends upon my eyes functioning expertly) and his staff, as well as touring the facility, I was confidant that I was in excellent hands. I had the procedure Bilaterally and was extremely happy to no longer be reliant upon the use of contacts nor glasses. I would highly recommend Dr. Dishler without reservation. VERY PLEASED !!

Be Wary of Guarantees - Englewood

I do not recomend my Dr. Avoid. Not reputable.

About Jon Dishler, MD

Jon Dishler, MD practices in Greenwood Village at Dishler Laser Institute as an Ophthalmologist, board certified by American Board of Ophthalmology. Dr. Dishler began participating on RealSelf in 2009, and has achieved "Distinguished Member" status. The doctor has 33 years of experience providing cosmetic and aesthetic medical services, and is a member of Fellow, American College of Surgeons (FACS).

Consultation Fee

Free for new patients if you mention

Treatments offered at Dishler Laser Institute

Blog Posts and Articles

The Five Most Important Advances in LASIK

There have been five major advances in LASIK since it was first invented: 1. The use of eye trackers - The first LASIK procedures required the patient to fixate on a light and that was what was used to center the tre

No Guarantees in LASIK vision correction of 20/20

One thing is for sure about medical procedures, and that is, that nothing is for sure. On rare occasion even relatively trivial procedures can turn into disasters, and most often very complex surgery goes extremely well. Doctors are taught and ethics

Education / Training

Medical: University of Colorado Medical School, 1978
Internship: Presbyterian Medical Center
Residency: Ophthalmology, University of Texas, Galveston

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