Michael W. Belin, MD
Thomas Gillette, MD



TLC Laser Eye Centers – Seattle
13033 Bellevue Redmond Road
Bellevue, Washington 98005-2622

301 East Pike Street, Unit A
Seattle, Washington 98122

(866) 326-2010


Dr. Thomas Gillette


Dr. Michael Belin



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TLC patients agree on one thing: They wish that they had undergone laser vision correction sooner. Watch, read and browse their videos, stories and photos on MyTLCMoment.com.

In 2013, TLC celebrated its 20th year of changing lives through laser vision correction. That's 20 years of performing more than 2.2 million laser vision correction procedures. That's 20 years of advancements in laser technology. That's 20 years of seeing patients like you — and 20 years of ensuring that patients like you can see us too.

As North America's most experienced LASIK provider, TLC offers expert surgical care, the most advanced laser technology, the TLC Lifetime Commitment® and a rewarding alumni-referral program.

Call, email or chat online with TLC today to learn how you can take the next step toward a lifetime of better vision. Visit TLCVision.com for more information and for answers to any questions you may have.

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TLC Laser Eye Centers of Seattle offers conventional, Custom and Bladeless LASIK. Conventional LASIK is the most common type of laser vision correction and has proven to be extremely effective for the correction of conventional vision errors.

Custom LASIK utilizes wavefront-guided technology and is selected by many patients to correct their vision. The curvature of the eye is unique for each patient and is like an eye fingerprint. During Custom LASIK, a precise measure of the eye fingerprint is made and an individualized laser beam is created to correct each eye.

TLC Seattle is the one of the few centers in Washington to offer Bladeless LASIK, in which a computer-guided laser is used to create the corneal flap. Bladeless LASIK eliminates the handheld microkeratome, for a 100% blade-free LASIK experience. Drs. Michael W. Belin and Thomas Gillette and the TLC Laser Eye Center staff meticulously evaluate each patient to determine the best option for laser vision correction surgery.

To determine if you are a candidate to eliminate your dependence on glasses or contact lenses, contact TLC Laser Eye Centers – Seattle at (866) 326-2010 to schedule a free LASIK evaluation, or book online at www.TLCVision.com.

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Michael W. Belin, MD, is a board-certified, fellowship-trained ophthalmologist and professor of ophthalmology and vision science. Dr. Belin was instrumental in the development of laser vision correction and served as a core investigator for the VISX laser. Dr Belin has been performing laser vision correction surgery since the 1990s and is considered an international expert in the field of refractive surgery. He developed the software (i.e., corneal tomography) utilized to screen refractive surgery patients, which is currently in use by the majority of TLC centers. When you select Dr. Belin, you can rest assured that you will receive the benefits of an international authority in laser vision correction, who performs vision correction procedures in the warm environment of the local TLC Seattle laser center.

Thomas Gillette, MD, received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Cornell University and his medical degree from State University of New York at Buffalo, School of Medicine. Following his internship, he served as a lieutenant commander in the United States Public Health Service. He then completed his residency training in ophthalmology at New York University and a fellowship in ocular immunology at Harvard Medical School. When he moved to Seattle, he became the Head Fellow at Swedish Hospital Medical Center. He joined Eye Associates Northwest in 1989. Dr. Gillette’s interest in refractive surgery began at Harvard in1980 when he implanted the world’s first hydrogel intracorneal lens. He has been performing LASIK since 1997, and specializes in LASIK, PRK, implantable lenses and other complex corneal and refractive surgeries.

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