Your eyes, and specifically, your corneas are as unique as you are. Therefore,
LASIK surgery to correct your vision, it’s important that the technology used
during your eye surgery is tailored to the specific shape of your eyes.
Like any medical surgery or procedure, advancements in
laser eye surgery technologyare continually improving the processes and increasing results. Updated
technology available today allows eye surgeons to perform laser eye surgery
with more precision.
At Key-Whitman Eye Center, we choose to use the most technologically advanced
lasers available in order to provide all of our patents with the best
results possible from their laser eye surgery. The precision of the technology
used by our surgeons means our patients will receive the best, most predictable
Key-Whitman doctors use the
Wavelight® Allegretto Wave® Eye-Q laser, because we believe it affords the highest levels of safety and the best
outcomes for our patients. The Wavelight® laser uses PerfectPulse
Technology®, which controls every pulse of the laser to the cornea.
Every laser pulse is tailored and applied to the cornea’s specific
measurements and shape.
IntraLase® laser eliminates the need to use a blade when creating a flap in the cornea
during laser eye surgery. The IntraLase® laser also dramatically reduces
the risk of complications during surgery. So much so that there are many
patients who may not have been candidates for LASIK in the past, but who
are now able to undergo LASIK eye surgery with the technology used by
The eye is the most intricate element of the human body. When considering
laser eye surgery, it’s important to know the doctor performing
your surgery will be using the most advanced technology available. Because
safety and precision are of upmost importance to Key-Whitman doctors,
we are willing to provide the best technology available for our patients.
Many of our patients are able to enjoy dramatic vision improvement after
undergoing LASIK eye surgery at Key-Whitman.
Not only are our doctors at Key-Whitman board-certificated in Ophthalmology
by the American Board of Ophthalmology, but Dr. Whitman also requires
his ophthalmologists to receive an additional certification in LASIK and
cataract surgery by the American Board of Eye Surgeons. In order to receive
this certification, our doctors are evaluated based on their surgical
technique. When considering your eye surgeon, remember the eye surgeons
at Key-Whitman are the only ophthalmologists in Dallas who are LASIK and
cataract surgery certified by the American Board of Eye Surgeons.
If you’re tired of fumbling around in the morning to find your glasses,
take a minute to fill out our online LASIKself evaluation to determine whether you may be a candidate for LASIK laser eye surgery.
If you are already considering LASIK, schedule your
free consultation at Key-Whitman Eye Center today.
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