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5 out of 5 stars LASIK
I had my LASIK procedure done yesterday morning and the minute they were done I was able to see, little foggy, little cloudy, but today is my second day and I can see my television from my kitchen and read the words as well it is amazing the staff is wonderful the doctor is such a great doctor I have never been so happy to go to a doctors office amazing amazing amazing experience and I would...
5 out of 5 stars LASIK
As an athletic physician who worked in a Level One trauma ctr. with long shifts (>24 hrs. with little sleep) glasses and contacts especially were hard to tolerate. After meeting the physician, staff and touring the facility I had B. Lasik done ( 1 eye at a time) and had an excellent result! The procedure was done under sedation and I was very comfortable. Followup was thorough and Dr. Dishler...
Wanted to improve vision without contacts. I had Lasik done approximately 10 years ago with a guarantee for free touchups. When I called his office, this past summer, regarding blurry vision I was first told by his office they didn't guarantee. When I finally convinced her to pull my chart she said oh yes I see you had it done when it was guaranteed. Well, sorry we don't do Lasik...
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Undergraduate & Medical SchoolMedical: University of Colorado Medical School, 1978
Post-Medical School TrainingInternship: Presbyterian Medical Center
Residency: Ophthalmology, University of Texas, Galveston
Treatments offered at Dishler Laser Institute
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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
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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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 requires making a corneal flap and although it can be performed in small superficial scars, and long standing scars, the type you describe may... READ MORE
No touch laser eye surgery is not LASIK. It is a variant of PRK which is the older and original laser vision correction. In PRK the surface... READ MORE
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
Fortunately, most qualified ophthalmologists can perform LASIK and the results have overall been excellent. It is important to have a referral to the... READ MORE
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
The first laser procedure introduced was PRK since it seemed at the time that it was more straight forward, and it was rapidly eclipsed by LASIK for... READ MORE
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
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 is the correction of "lower order aberrations" which is exactly what glasses correct. Wavefront or Custom LASIK was developed to treat... READ MORE
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