Greenwood Village Ophthalmologist
8400 East Prentice Avenue , Suite 1200
Greenwood Village, Colorado 80111 US
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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 !!

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

*Your results may vary. Any specific claims or permanence length of results vary for each patient and are not guaranteed.

Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology


Fellow, American College of Surgeons (FACS)

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Free for new patients if you mention


  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Medical: University of Colorado Medical School, 1978
  • Post-Medical School Training

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

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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

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Lasik for Astigmatism?

In a perfect world, all eyes would have a nice spherical shape and be perfect optical lenses. In the real world, it is amazing that as many eyes are... READ MORE

Lasik with Corneal Scar?

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"No Touch" Alternative to Lasik?

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Is It Safe to Use Latisse when Breastfeeding?

The labeling for Latisse states that it is contraindicated during pregnancy or nursing and I would recommend that you follow this advice. The amount... READ MORE

Lasik Doctor Consultation

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Lasik for $299: is This a Scam?

Whether it is $299, $599, or some other very low price, it is unlikely that you can have the procedure you want or need for this amount. As the price... READ MORE

Unsatisfactory PRK Results

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What is the Ideal Age to Have Lasik Eye Surgery?

As a general rule, we recommend that patients are at least 21 years of age for LASIK or PRK vision correction. Some patients have been treated... READ MORE

Can You Have LASIK Twice?

There is no certain answer to this and it depends on your particular case. If the eye is well healed, there is adequate tissue left, and there is a... READ MORE

Lasik Vs. Wavefront Lasik - What's the Difference?

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*Your results may vary. Any specific claims or permanence length of results vary for each patient and are not guaranteed.