Paul Casey, MD
Nevada Eye Care
7730 West Cheyenne Avenue
Las Vegas, Nevada 89129
2080 Flamingo Suite 500
Las Vegas, Nevada 89119
Dr. Paul Casey
Paul Casey, MD, is a board-certified ophthalmologist with extensive medical training and professional experience. With access to the safest, most advanced technology and surgical facilities, Dr. Casey performs virtually all vision correction procedures, including LASIK, Near Vision CK, and intraocular lens surgery. Dr. Casey is considered an innovator in his field and he was the first surgeon in the Las Vegas region to be credentialed on the Crystalens Vision Enhancement System for cataract surgery patients.
Dedicated to supporting and promoting healthy vision for each patient, Dr. Casey adheres to strict medical standards to maintain Nevada Eye Care's safe, professional environment. To learn how Dr. Casey can help you maintain or achieve healthy vision, call Nevada Eye Care at (888) 333-5493.
More about Vision Correction at Nevada Eye Care
Nevada Eye Care utilizes state-of-the-art technology.
Each Las Vegas LASIK patient is meticulously evaluated to determine the best option for vision correction surgery. For LASIK, Dr. Casey uses the advanced VISX CustomVue laser to correct nearsighted, farsighted, and astigmatic patients. This cutting-edge laser technology reshapes the cornea to enhance and correct vision, reducing a patient's dependency on corrective lenses. For patients with presbyopia, or age-related vision changes, Dr. Casey offers Near Vision Conductive Keratoplasty (CK), a safe, non-laser, FDA-approved technique for temporarily eliminating or eradicating farsightedness and presbyopia. CK treats vision without cutting or removing tissue, reshaping the cornea to improve eye sight.
Dr. Casey is also trained in the latest advances in intraocular lens technology (IOL) and is highly experienced with the most innovative implants, including ReSTOR Lens, ReZOOM Lens, Crystalens and Staar Visian ICL.
More about Dr. Casey
Dr. Casey uses the advanced VISX CustomVue laser for vision correction.
Paul Casey, MD, is a graduate of the University of Miami School of Medicine. He served in active duty with the United States Air Force while completing his internship at David Grant Medical Center and his residency at the San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium at Wilford Hall Medical Center and Brook Army Medical Center.
Dr. Casey went on to serve as the Chief of Ophthalmology at Royal Air Force Base in Lakenheath, England and the Michael O'Callaghan Federal Hospital at Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada. He transitioned into private practice in 2002 after joining Nevada Eye Care where he currently practices comprehensive ophthalmology.
An active member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and the Nevada Ophthalmological Society, Dr. Casey is also a distinguished Fellow of the American Board of Ophthalmology.
"Actually, the procedure and Dr. Casey changed my life. I was having terrible problems reading. My arms weren't long enough. I came to see him and he recommended it. It has been the most amazing, amazing surgery. I am very grateful to him and his staff. I was a little nervous, and he comforted me. But I felt nothing. I sat up and, instant! I mean, it needed some adjustment, over time, and everything he said just happened the way it was supposed to. I am very, very happy." Elaine Villanueva
"It's the most exciting thing I have ever had, really. It's like trying something new every day. Discovering new things every day. You pick up an ordinary book to read, and you think, I am reading, actually reading,. It's incredible, really. It's a discovery I can't express, really, fully, how exciting is is. Beautiful, beautiful. You know, you go out into the garden, and you can see all of these minute things. The excitement Dr. Casey creates in us is incredible, incredible. I thank you very, very much." Gloria Rodriguez
"If there is just one thing I could say to anyone who was considering this surgery, it's 'go for it!' I, from the beginning, have had no pain. I was awake the whole time. I saw immediately after the surgery. I guess I just can't find words to say to people. Please do it, it is so wonderful. I have friends who are waiting. They are waiting for this procedure to come out so they can have it done. It's wonderful." Anne, ReSTOR patient