Whatever your personal reasons may be, laser eye surgery is a life-changing event and there are many considerations to keep in mind. We encourage you to research all of your options, assess the benefits and risks, and make an informed decision that is suited to your individual vision needs.
These pages will help you understand the common conditions we see at Image Plus and the advanced techniques used to treat them.
There are a wide variety of conditions that can cause your eyesight to be less than perfect and as you age they can continue to change. Image Plus eye care specialists will assess your vision and your overall health to determine whether or not you are a good candidate for a successful laser eye surgery. Read through our links to see whether one of our advanced procedures might be right for you. Then contact us to arrange for your free assessment.
If you wear prescription lenses or contacts, you probably have one of several conditions that cause problems with how the eye focuses an image on the retina.
If you have cataracts, you’re not alone. An estimated one in five people over the age of 55 has cataracts. A cataract is the clouding of the lens inside your eye.
Keratoconus is a condition in which your cornea doesn’t have enough collagen bonds to maintain structural integrity. This means the tissue becomes weak and can have irregularities.