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See a Whole New World With LASIK

With LASIK, you can enjoy long-lasting clear vision without glasses or contacts.

Wouldn’t it be great if you never had to wear glasses or contacts again? With Quigley Eye Specialists, you could benefit from a custom solution that ideally achieves a result of 20/20 or even better* utilizing our iDesign Refractive Studio. With our fellowship-trained and board-certified ophthalmologists, we can provide LASIK in approximately 20 minutes with no downtime.

Why Choose LASIK from Quigley Eye?

Since its introduction over 25 years ago, LASIK has helped millions of Americans correct their nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism, providing newfound visual freedom. Our LASIK surgeons have decades of experience and have conducted tens of thousands of successful LASIK procedures combined.

We use the best available FDA-approved technologies, including the ZEISS VisuMax, ZEISS SMILE®, and Wavelight Allegretto lasers, which provide a quick, painless, and bladeless procedure. Our commitment to delivering an exceptional experience extends beyond great vision results — we are also dedicated to providing a concierge type of customer service for our LASIK patients.

Is LASIK Right for You?

With LASIK, your ophthalmologist uses laser technology to create a thin flap on the cornea, carefully reshapes the corneal tissue, and then repositions the flap to correct the refractive error.

Men and women aged 18 to 50 with overall healthy eyes are generally the best candidates for LASIK vision correction. Patients who would like a touch-up from a prior LASIK procedure may also benefit from advancements in diagnostic and corrective technology. Schedule your LASIK screening to find out if you’re a candidate.

PRK (Photorefractive Keratectomy)

PRK was the laser predecessor to LASIK and has been successfully performed worldwide for more than 30 years. Millions of people have achieved freedom from glasses and contacts with PRK. PRK is similar to LASIK, utilizing the same state- of-the-art laser technology to reshape the cornea to improve vision. Unlike LASIK, however, PRK does not involve the creation of a corneal flap. PRK is FDA-approved to treat wide ranges of myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism and has an excellent success record.

Each PRK treatment is customized for each individual eye. The PRK procedure is totally comfortable, completely bladeless, and very quick as most patients can have both eyes treated in less than 20 minutes.

ZEISS SMILE®

ZEISS SMILE® is the newest of the laser vision correction procedures, having received FDA approval in 2016. SMILE® is now the fastest- growing laser vision correction procedure worldwide. This groundbreaking procedure is designed to address myopia (near-sightedness) with or without astigmatism. It offers outcomes comparable to LASIK but in a minimally invasive procedure.

Like LASIK, SMILE® improves vision by utilizing computer-controlled laser technology to precisely reshape the cornea. As with LASIK, the vision results are extremely accurate and predictable. The SMILE® procedure itself is totally bladeless, completely painless and quick as both eyes usually can be treated in less than 30 minutes. Typically, SMILE® patients can resume most of their normal activities the next day.

Meet Our Ophthalmologists and LASIK Specialists

The LASIK team at Quigley Eye Specialists consist of a dedicated LASIK staff as well as our LASIK surgeons, board-certified ophthalmologists who have undergone fellowship training in LASIK and other types of refractive surgery.

Emmanuel Kai Lewis, M.D.
Board-Certified Ophthalmologist | Cataract and Cornea Surgeon
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Duane Wiggins, M.D.
Board-Certified Ophthalmologist | Cataract and Refractive Surgeon
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Schedule Your LASIK Screening

Are you considering LASIK? We’re here to answer your questions! Schedule your screening today.

*LASIK is a widely performed, effective medical procedure. There are risks involved which include dry-eye, corrective lenses, visual symptoms, and loss of vision. Please consult with your Ophthalmologist regarding all risks associated with LASIK. Results and experience may vary by patient.

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