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LASIK Eye Surgery

LASIK
iDesign® Refractive Studio

Personalized LASIK utilizing advanced FDA- approved, all-laser technology with NO blades. ~1,257 precise measurements of the topography and imperfections of your eye to customize your treatment.

SMILE Eye Surgery

SMILE

Fastest growing laser vision correction procedure treats nearsightedness and astigmatism. Minimally invasive, flapless procedure leads to rapid recovery time.

ASA Eye Surgery

Advanced Surface Ablation (ASA)

Advanced form of PRK. Great for thinner corneas, patients involved in high-contact activities, and those who have had previous laser vision correction surgery due to no flap.


San Diego Custom LASIK Surgery Patients

LASIK, which is the acronym for 'laser assisted in situ keratomileusis,' is the most commonly performed laser vision correction surgery procedure for patients suffering from nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia) and astigmatism.

History of LASIK

The FDA first approved laser vision correction surgery in the US in 1995. LASIK technology has advanced to the point where patients have the opportunity to receive truly personalized surgery.

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What is Refractive Surgery? (LASIK)

  • Refractive Surgery (LASIK) improves your vision by re-shaping your cornea with highly precise beams of laser light allowing your eye to refract light more precisely onto your retina.
  • The two generally accepted methods utilize different approaches for treatment.
  • Wavefront Guided and Topography Driven. Currently, these two separate methods have been adopted by surgeons based on availability of the technology and cost where they perform surgery.
  • The most advanced method is identified as "iDesign Refractive Studio." It is the first and only FDA approved system that combines and measures both inside (Wavefront) and outside (Topography)

Choosing the Best Procedure For You

At Clearview, we believe there is not one single procedure that is right for everyone. The 3 factors that will determine the right personalized treatment for you are:

  • Amount of your prescription
  • Thickness of your cornea
  • Your lifestyle

If you have had any prior surgeries, that may also affect which procedure is best for you.

Our Technology

Dr. Feldman performing LASIK eye surgery

Clearview utilizes advanced FDA-approved all-laser technology in order to provide excellent results with safe treatment.

Older methods used a tool called a microkeratome (Razor blade device) to cut the cornea and create a flap. This method is still employed by centers looking to reduce costs for discount pricing.

Our Laser Vision Technology includes:

  • iFS® Intralase Laser - Femtosecond laser that allows LASIK flap customization and individual treatment
  • iDesign® Refractive Studio - Reshapes the cornea using wavefront (inside) and topography (outside) measurements, in order to precisely recontour your eye's imperfections. (LASIK and ASA)
  • Visumax® - Creates a very precise LASIK flap. During SMILE, the refractive lenticule and small opening are created in one single step without a flap.

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To learn more about Personalized LASIK surgery, call (858) 452-3937 or contact us here to view a LASIK procedure or schedule a complimentary LASIK consultation with Sandy T. Feldman at Clearview Eye and Laser Medical Center in San Diego.

We offer these web pages as general information about Personalized LASIK. This information should not be considered formal medical advice. Please contact us today for your formal advice during a complimentary LASIK consultation.

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LASIK is a medical procedure with risks involved and isn’t right for everyone. Individual results may vary. Talk to your eye doctor and consider both the risks and benefits before having the procedure. Additional information can be found at our website or at fda.gov. the material contained on this site is for informational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider.