The Only Fully Integrated LASIK Suite in Marietta
At Marietta Eye Clinic, we have a fully integrated LASIK suite with the fastest lasers on the market that combine safety, convenience and comfort for our patients.
Our suite includes:
In traditional LASIK, the doctor uses a hand-held microkeratome metal blade to create the corneal flap (the first step in the LASIK process). We use the IntraLase laser to create this flap. laser assisted LASIK or all-laser LASIK. This method produces safer, more accurate results and reduces flap complications.
One of the major LASIK technology breakthroughs of the last 10 years is the implementation of wavefront technology into LASIK, also called custom LASIK. Wavefront technology was pioneered for space science and physics to aid in reducing aberrations or imperfections in the optical systems of telescopes. In much the same way, wavefront-sensing devices are being used to produce an accurate picture of the optical imperfections found in the human eye.
Most people’s eyes suffer from distortions, commonly called aberrations:
Low order aberrations: Common distortions corrected through conventional LASIK, glasses or contact lenses.
High order aberrations: Imperfections that cannot be measured with standard refraction.
In the past, high order aberrations could not be treated with LASIK. Wavefront technology addresses these issues by creating a detailed 3D wavefront map of your unique eye. The information is translated into a laser pattern that is then used during the LASIK procedure to correct low and high order aberrations.
Improve overall quality, contrast and crispness of your vision
Possibly improve your night driving vision
Improve your chances of seeing 20/20 or better without glasses or contact lenses
Custom LASIK Results With Using our WaveLight Technology
There is a lot to learn about LASIK technology in Georgia. We are here to help you understand all of your options for improved vision. Contact us today to schedule your free LASIK Consultation.
When it comes to your eyes, nothing beats a face-to-face consultation with one of our eye doctors. Request an appointment to meet with one of our specialists.