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Bladeless All-Laser LASIK

“When [my LASIK procedure] was done, I got up and Dr. Solomon asked me what time it was on the clock, and I looked at it and I actually read 12:15.”
-Rick Camus

LASIK ResultsHave you thought about the DIFFERENCE better vision will make in your life? No longer reaching for your glasses to see the clock or suffering with the daily routine of contact lenses. For over 15 years, millions of people have found freedom from eyeglasses and contacts, thanks to LASIK surgery. It's time to open your eyes to a clear new world with Lasik eye surgery right here in South Carolina with the nationally renowned eye surgeon, Dr. Kerry Solomon.

Your decision on where to go for LASIK is an important one. You want to choose a center that can offer the unique combination of state-of-the-art, customized and bladeless LASIK technology, an experienced ophthalmologist with a proven and exceptional success rate and a center that takes the time to ensure your comfort. Dr. Kerry Solomon at Carolina Eyecare Physicians is that center.

LASIK Photo TourAbout the Procedure

LASIK is a procedure that corrects vision by reshaping the cornea using the precision of excimer laser technology. It is one of the most popular forms of vision correction due to its accuracy, safety, quick recovery time, wide range of correction and minimal discomfort. The entire procedure takes only a short time, both eyes can be done the same day, and no stitches or patches are necessary.

The Blade-Free LASIK Procedure: Step-by-Step

Step 1: Using Wavefront technology, we take a"fingerprint" image and map of your entire optical system. This detailed information is evaluated by the surgeon and is transferred to the laser.

Step 2: A laser is used to create the corneal flap with the safety and precision of a computer-controlled laser beam. The surgeon then gently folds this flap back to prepare the eye for the treatment laser.

Step 3: A cool laser beam is used to reshape the cornea and reduce sources of irregularities. There are multiple tracking and alignment systems in place to ensure both safety and accuracy throughout your entire procedure.

Step 4: Finally, the protective flap that was created in step two is gently placed back in its original position. The cornea begins healing immediately and you can return home.

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