The LASIK Vision Institute
The LASIK Vision Institute
3595 Grandview Parkway, Suite 125
Birmingham, AL 35243
LASIK Birmingham Serving patients seeking LASIK eye surgery in Birmingham and the surrounding area
Birmingham LASIK patients trust The LASIK Vision Institute for all their refractive surgery needs, including LASIK surgery. The independent surgeons of The LASIK Vision Institute have completed over 950,000 procedures nationwide. The staff at the Birmingham LASIK Vision Institute prides themselves on utilizing the most advanced laser technologies and techniques available to provide the best vision correction results possible.
The Birmingham LASIK Vision Institute is well-equipped with sophisticated laser technology and ophthalmic diagnostic equipment, which helps the independent surgeons provide patients with high-quality laser vision correction. Aside from traditional LASIK surgery, LVI surgeons can also correct vision with PRK procedures.
To find out more about your laser vision correction options or to schedule a personal evaluation, please contact The LASIK Vision Institute at (800) 293-0957 today.
More About Vision Correction at The LASIK Vision Institute™
At The LASIK Vision Institute, surgeons use advanced laser technology to provide patients with personally tailored laser vision correction. The Birmingham laser eye care practice is outfitted with VISX CustomVue Wavefront technology that allows the surgeon to correct a range of refractive errors.
What Do Patients Say About Their Experiences With The LASIK Vision Institute?
"Wish I would of had it done years ago." Kim L.
"The LASIK Vision Institute is a miracle. It takes you from poor eyesight to perfect vision. The staff members are knowledgeable, kind, considerate and well trained in their field." Marshall R.A.
"I am very happy with the results of my surgery. Also, the staff at The LASIK Vision Institute™ was very professional, and I was very impressed. I would definitely recommend friends and family go here." Beatriz A.
Before starting LASIK, LVI uses wavefront technology to identify the patient’s refractive errors. With this innovative technology, they are able to pinpoint minute vision errors, also called “higher order aberrations.” The doctor utilizes this diagnostic information to adjust the excimer laser as needed. Later, he will use the excimer laser to re-sculpt the patient’s corneas during the LASIK procedure.
To start LASIK surgery, the surgeon makes a small flap in the cornea with a surgical blade called a microkeratome. He next uses the excimer laser to reshape the corneal tissue that lies beneath the lifted corneal flap. In doing so, the laser eye surgeon is able to treat the refractive error that causes nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism. Once he is satisfied with the newly shaped cornea, the surgeon repositions the corneal flap in its original position. The flap ultimately re-bonds to the eye without any need for stitches.
Patients should not feel any pain while undergoing LASIK in Birmingham. Also, 98 percent of the patients who receive LASIK with Advanced CustomVue technology achieve 20/20 vision or better one year after the procedure. Birmingham LASIK patients may also be able to forgo wearing contact lenses or prescription glasses.