LASIK is a safe surgical procedure with a low rate of risks. However, there are certainly unscrupulous providers out there that are not very good at what they do. These bad surgeons have even damaged people’s vision. That’s why it’s important for you to research your surgeon before you undergo LASIK. You should check for problems, lawsuits, and other issues, just the way you would before having any other surgical procedure.
For experience and quality care, Dr. William Boothe at Boothe Laser Center can’t be beat. He has been performing LASIK since the 1990s, and was one of the first surgeons approved on the technique by the FDA. Dr. Boothe practices the latest advances in the procedure, and reviews all new technology to find out if it is going to help him provide his patients with better eyesight.
When you are planning to undergo any surgery, you want to choose a surgeon who has a mix of experience and uses the latest procedures. Dr. William Boothe is a pioneer in the field of LASIK, who also uses the latest advancements in the procedure. Come see him today for your free LASIK consultation.
When you no longer have perfect vision, contact lenses can help you to see again. However, contact lenses have problems associated with them, and can cause additional issues for your eyes.
Many contact lens wearers complain of dry, tired eyes by the end of the day. Wearing contacts can irritate your eyes, and make them feel uncomfortable. It can be bad enough that some people must take a break from their contact lenses, which defeats the purpose of getting them.
If you like the clear vision that you get from contact lenses, but don’t enjoy the tired eyes at the end of the day, there is another alternative for you. LASIK is a simple surgery that will permanently correct your eyesight. LASIK is an outpatient procedure that can be done at Boothe Laser Center. Dr. William Boothe has been performing LASIK at Boothe Laser Center since the FDA approved the procedure in the 1990s. He has personally helped thousands of people to have clear vision again.
Your eyesight means a lot to you. If you would like to see well and still be comfortable at the end of the day, consider LASIK vision correction surgery.
There are few things more annoying than losing your glasses. It can take a long time to pick out the right pair and get the right prescription. Glasses usually are not cheap, and when you lose a pair, it can be a hassle, as well as expensive. Whether it’s your regular daily glasses or your prescription sunglasses, losing your glasses reminds you how reliant you are on them to be able to see.
If you are prone to losing your glasses, you have probably spent hundreds of dollars extra to get replacement pairs, as well as spare pairs to keep on hand. Instead of continuing to spend this money, it’s time to consider getting rid of your glasses entirely by having laser vision correction surgery.
LASIK is an outpatient procedure performed at Boothe Laser Center. It takes just a few minutes per eye, and you will be seeing clearly in just a couple of days to a couple of weeks. Once your eyes have healed, you won’t have to worry about your glasses ever again. LASIK is almost always permanent, and most patients never have to have a repeat procedure.
Rather than lose more glasses and spend more money, invest in a future of permanently clear vision. Come see Dr. William Boothe to review the LASIK procedure and find out if you are a good candidate.
LASIK surgery is an option where you can correct your vision, so that you don’t need contacts or glasses again. Many eye surgeons prefer LASIK over other surgical procedures, because patients experience less discomfort, heal faster, and have improved vision sooner.
However, it’s important to understand that there is no guarantee as to when you will see better after LASIK at Boothe Laser Center. Most patients experience some blurriness immediately after surgery. It’s not unusual for patients to be able to see clearly the following day. However, not everyone has this happen.
Some patients must heal for several days or even a few weeks to fully realize better vision. During this time you will have follow-ups with Dr. William Boothe, who will determine if your eyes are healing properly and if your eyesight is improving as expected.
It’s possible that you may need a second LASIK procedure, if it turns out that your eyes were not fully corrected the first time. This is rare, but it can happen. It will be up to you and Dr. Boothe to review your results and determine if you need further treatment.
No matter what industry you look at, there is always new technology available. This is true in medicine, as well. In the case of laser eye surgery, there have been many developments since LASIK was first approved 15 years ago by the FDA in the United States. The procedure is already safe and effective, and these new developments have increased its safety.
Dr. William Boothe at Boothe Laser Center first reviews any new technology before he incorporates any it into his practice. He wants to determine if it is going to provide good results for his patients. By keeping on top of the latest developments in laser eye surgery, he can provide quality care to those who are looking to improve their eyesight.
Among the techniques that have improved the care at Boothe Laser Center are IntraLASIK and WaveFront mapping. Both of these procedures are now widely used and will increase your odds of having a successful LASIK procedure.
You could find yourself with permanently clear vision after LASIK. Come in to Boothe Laser Center to discuss the procedure and review whether or not you are a good candidate.
There are other options besides LASIK for surgical vision correction. One alternative is a technique called PRK. PRK is very similar to LASIK in that a laser is also used to shape the cornea. However, in PRK, the outside of the cornea is shaped to correct your vision. In LASIK, a flap is cut in the cornea and the tissue underneath is shaped.
Why is it that most surgeons prefer LASIK over PRK? It has to do with the recovery time. Because PRK removes part of the exterior of the cornea, patients experience much more irritation and discomfort after the procedure. It also takes longer for it to heal, and longer to regain your eyesight.
While surgeons prefer LASIK for most of their patients, there are some cases where PRK is the better choice. For those that have thin corneas without enough tissue to cut a flap, PRK can often be another option for vision correction surgery.
When you to speak to your surgeon, you can ask any questions you have about both procedures. Dr. William Boothe will review your eye health and prescription at your LASIK consultation, and make a recommendation as to which procedure will be better for you. Come in for your free LASIK consultation at Boothe Laser Center, to see which if vision correction surgery will work to improve your eyesight.
LASIK vision correction surgery can lead to permanently clear eyesight. For those that have been suffering through contacts and glasses for many years, this can be something they’ve always dreamed of. But other people who are new to glasses or who have never needed vision correction may not understand why you would want to put yourself through surgery and the risks that go along with it.
With LASIK, it is a case of the rewards far outweighing the risks. In studies, over 95% of patients who have had LASIK in the last 15 years report that they are extremely happy with the outcome of their surgery. That makes the LASIK procedure one of the most popular surgeries available, with the least chance of complications.
And if you’ve worn glasses or contacts for more than a few years, you know what it’s like to not be able to see your alarm clock in the middle of the night, to not be able to see when you swim, or to have to turn down activities because you are worried about losing or breaking your glasses. For those people, it’s worth any risk that may be there.
You can take steps to minimize your risks by a having your LASIK procedure performed by Dr. William Boothe. He has been performing LASIK at Boothe Laser Center for 15 years, and is one of the most experienced surgeons in the world. Come in for a free consultation and to review your options for permanent vision correction.
LASIK surgery is a great thing if you want to have clear vision without having to fumble for your glasses or insert your contacts. After your LASIK procedure, you will be able to see any time of the day or night. You will also enjoy many activities that are difficult with glasses, including water sports.
If you have looked into having the LASIK procedure at Boothe Laser Center, the price of it may have scared you away. Though the price varies based on how much correction you need, and whether or not you opt for IntraLASIK or Wavefront mapping, it is still quite a bit more than the cost of contact lenses or glasses for a year. Many people feel they just can’t come up with that type of money all at once.
Now, fortunately, you don’t have to. You have financing options available to you when you have your LASIK performed by Dr. William Boothe at Boothe Laser Center. Boothe Laser Center works with several different financing companies, so you have multiple options open to you to pay for your procedure. Some of these financing options even include interest-free plans.
If you would like to have your eyesight permanently corrected so you can get rid of your contacts and glasses forever, check out the financing available at Boothe Laser Center. Financing might make LASIK a financial possibility for you.
Before you undergo LASIK surgery, it’s important to understand that this procedure has certain risks and complications that can occur. Because it has such a low rate of complications, it’s easy to forget that LASIK is indeed surgery. But it is surgery, and you need to be aware of the risks involved.
Most complications that result from LASIK are minor and usually temporary. These include things such as dry eye after surgery, and light sensitivity. Both of these usually are a result of the flap that was cut in your cornea, and go away as your eye heals.
There is a potential for more serious complications, which are also associated with the corneal flap. If the flap is not been cut correctly, you may end up with astigmatism, which causes blurred and double vision. This can usually be corrected by another LASIK procedure.
It’s important to have a well trained and experienced surgeon perform your procedure, so you can cut your risks of these complications. That’s why Dr. William Boothe is a good choice for your LASIK procedure. Dr. Boothe has performed LASIK over 121,000 times in the last 15 years, and is well-versed in the latest technologies available to make LASIK safer. You can talk to him during your free consultation at Boothe Laser Center, and review your options for permanent vision correction.