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LASIK in Scottsdale

16427 N Scottsdale Rd
Suite 105
Scottsdale, AZ 85254

Gabriel J. Perry, D.O.LASIK in Chandler

1245 W. Chandler Blvd
Suite #3
Chandler, AZ 85224

Gabriel J. Perry, D.O.


LASIK in Denver

7440 W. Alaska Dr

Lakewood, CO 80226

Howard Straub, D.O.


LASIK in Hartford

1206 Silas Deane Highway
Suite 2
Wethersfield, CT 06109

Anthony Salierno, M.D.


LASIK in Ft.Lauderdale

1951 S.W. 172 Avenue, Suite 304
(located in Memorial Hospital Miramar)
Miramar, FL 33029

Kenneth Karp, M.D.LASIK in Jacksonville

8705 Perimeter Park Blvd
Suite 10
Jacksonville, FL 32216

Therese Alban, M.D.LASIK in Orlando

155 Cranes Roost Blvd
Suite 1060
Altamonte Springs, FL 32701

Therese Alban, M.D.LASIK in Tampa

2202 North West Shore Blvd
Suite 100
Tampa, FL 33607

Lewis Groden, M.D.


LASIK in Galleria

200 Galleria Parkway
Suite 200
Atlanta, GA 30339

Eugene Smith, M.D.LASIK in Gwinnett

3175 Satellite Blvd
Building 600, Suite 175
Duluth, GA 30096

Eugene Smith, M.D.


LASIK in DesMoines

6305 Mills Civic Parkway
Suite 3113
West Des Moines, IA 50266

Richard Maw, M.D.


LASIK in Boise

8756 W Emerald St.
Suite 196
Boise, ID 83704

Mark Walker, M.D.


LASIK in LincolnPark

939 W North Ave
Suite 220
Chicago, IL 60642

David King Aymond, M.D.LASIK in OakBrook

3021 Butterfield Rd
Suite 200
Oak Brook, IL 60523

Gerald Horn, M.D.LASIK in Schaumburg

999 Plaza Dr
Suite 100
Schaumburg, IL 60173

David King Aymond, M.D.


LASIK in Indianapolis

8930 Keystone Crossing

Indianapolis, IN 46240

Jason Greenberg, D.O.


LASIK in KansasCity

11401 Nall
Suite 200
Leawood, KS 66211

Dean Ellis, M.D.


LASIK in Lexington

2348 Nicholasville Rd.
Suite 140
Lexington, KY 40503

Jason Greenberg, D.O.LASIK in Louisville

3999 Dutchman's Lane, Suite 5F
(located in Norton St. Matthews Medical Building, Plaza 1)
Louisville, KY 40207

Jason Greenberg, D.O.


LASIK in Annapolis

127 Lubrano Drive, Suite 301
(located in the Anne Arundel Eye Center)
Annapolis, MD 21401

Sonny Goel, M.D.LASIK in Baltimore

22 West Road
Suite 201
Towson, MD 21204

Sonny Goel, M.D.LASIK in Columbia

10025 Governor Warfield Parkway
Suite 103
Columbia, MD 21044

Sonny Goel, M.D.LASIK in Rockville

800 King Farm Blvd
Suite 135
Rockville, MD 20850

Jay Lustbader, M.D.


LASIK in Northville

42000 Six Mile Road, Suite 200
(located in Adelson Eye & Laser Center)
Northville, MI 48168

Todd Adelson, D.O.LASIK in Warren

30300 Hoover
Suite 200
Warren, MI 48093

Todd Adelson, D.O.


LASIK in Edina

3300 Edinborough Way
Suite 412
Edina, MN 55435

Omar Awad, M.D.LASIK in MapleGrove

7767 Elm Creek Blvd
Suite 140
Maple Grove, MN 55369

Omar Awad, M.D.LASIK in Oakdale

8344 3rd Street North

Oakdale, MN 55128

Omar Awad, M.D.


LASIK in StLouis

12395 Olive Blvd
Suite 301
Creve Coeur, MO 63141

Lawrence Gans, M.D.


LASIK in Omaha

15909 West Maple Rd
Suite 106
Omaha, NE 68116

Dean Ellis, M.D.

New Jersey

LASIK in Edison

102 James Street
Suite 204
Edison, NJ 08820

Damon Pettinelli, M.D.LASIK in Paramus

351 Evelyn Street
Suite 301
Paramus, NJ 07652

Damon Pettinelli, M.D.LASIK in MtLaurel

303 Fellowship Rd
Suite 100
Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054

Chirag Shah, M.D.LASIK in Princeton

2999 Princeton Pike
Suite 1
Lawrenceville, NJ 08648

Chirag Shah, M.D.

New Mexico

LASIK in Albuquerque

6500 Jefferson Street NE
Suite 150
Albuquerque, NM 87109

Howard Straub, D.O.

New York

LASIK in Albany

12 Corporate Woods Blvd

Albany, NY 12211

Jessica Fleishman, M.D.LASIK in Brooklyn

14 Hope Street
Suite 2
Brooklyn, NY 11211

Jessica Fleishman, M.D.


LASIK in Cincinnati

7840 Montgomery Rd
Suite 100, First Floor
Cincinnati, OH 45236

Vincent Marino, D.O.LASIK in Cleveland

6800 Rockside Rd
Unit A
Independence, OH 44131

Joseph Thomas, M.D.LASIK in Columbus

4030 Easton Station
Suite 220
Columbus, OH 43219

Joseph Thomas, M.D.LASIK in Dayton

6470 Centerville Business Parkway

Centerville, OH 45459

Vincent Marino, D.O.


LASIK in OklahomaCity

13321 N Meridian Ave, Suite 110
located in Sylvester Eye Care
Oklahoma City, OK 73120

Carl Sylvester, M.D.


LASIK in Portland

7421 SW Bridgeport Rd
Suite 200
Tigard, OR 97224

Michael Cornell, M.D.


LASIK in Harrisburg

4640 High Pointe Blvd
Suite 60
Harrisburg, PA 17111

Julian Procope, M.D.LASIK in KingOfPrussia

216 Mall Blvd
Suite 100
King of Prussia, PA 19406

Chirag Shah, M.D.LASIK in Pittsburgh

5000 McKnight Rd

Pittsburgh, PA 15237

Michael Rom, M.D.


LASIK in Austin

3410 Far West Blvd.
Suite 150
Austin, TX 78731

Stephen Whiteside, M.D.LASIK in Dallas

2108 Dallas Parkway
Suite 206
Plano, TX 75093

Robert Smith, M.D.LASIK in RiverOaks

3700 Buffalo Speedway
Suite 325
Houston, TX 77098

Stephen Whiteside, M.D.LASIK in SanAntonio

7720 Jones Maltsberger
Suite 101
San Antonio, TX 78216

Bruce January, M.D.


LASIK in SaltLakeCity

5241 South State Street
Suite 1
Murray, UT 84107

Sally Thompson, M.D.


LASIK in Richmond

10571 Telegraph Rd
Suite 100
Glen Allen, VA 23059

Neil Wills, M.D.LASIK in Alexandria

1101 King Street
Suite 100
Alexandria, VA 22314

Neil Wills, M.D.LASIK in TysonsCorner

8280 Greensboro Dr
Suite 110
McLean, VA 22102

Neil Wills, M.D.


LASIK in Renton

1300 SW 7th St.
Suite 105
Renton, WA 98057

Mark Walker, M.D.LASIK in Spokane

2204 E. 29th Avenue
Suite 110
Spokane, WA 99203

Eugene Iwanyk, M.D.


LASIK in Milwaukee

15455 W Bluemound Rd
Suite 240
Brookfield, WI 53005

Ron Allen, M.D.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How Much Does a LASIK Procedure Cost?

    The cost of LASIK will depend on a number of factors, including your prescription, the procedure to best correct your vision, and discounts through your health or vision insurance plan to name a few. Regardless of the package required for your vision correction needs, our prices are 20% below the national average price. The only way to obtain an exact cost is to have your free LASIK examination with us.

    We guarantee financing and offer a variety of financing options that fit almost any budget through our financing partner, CareCredit†, or our PremierPay in-house financing, which includes $0 down or 0% interest optionsǂ

    For a limited time, prices start at $250 per eye in select locations♥.

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  • Is Financing Available?

    Yes! LasikPlus offers guaranteed finanicng, including $0 down or 0% options, as well as extended payment options‡. You can be on your way to 20/20 vision with a monthly payment that works for you! 

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  • What Is an FSA?

    A flexible spending account (FSA) is an employer-sponsored benefit that allows you to deduct a percentage of your paycheck and use that money to pay for eligible medical expenses. This is done on a pretax basis, meaning the money is exempt from federal, state and social security taxes. It’s a nice option for employees who expect to incur medical expenses that won’t be reimbursed by regular health insurance plans.

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  • Can I Use an FSA to Pay for LASIK?

    Yes, LASIK is an eligible FSA expense under IRS guidelines. FSA funds can also be used to pay for prescription medications associated with the procedure.

    FSAs offer another financial advantage. Since the money is deducted on a pretax basis, you save an amount equal to the taxes you would have paid on the cash set aside.

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  • How do I find the right surgeon?

    LASIK is an increasingly common procedure, and finding a LASIK surgeon is perhaps one of the most important parts of your decision-making process. To ensure a safe and effective procedure, it is important to choose a surgeon who is well trained and highly experienced. To choose the best LASIK surgeon, you can use a number of resources including the Web research - article sites such as and board sites such as (American Board of Ophthalmology),patient references, and the experiences of your friends and family.

    Don’t bank entirely on the cost of LASIK

    Some consumers may be enticed to visit a LASIK surgeon based solely on who advertises discounts or lower prices than other surgeons. While the price of the procedure can be a factor when choosing a LASIK surgeon, other important factors should be considered. LASIK is a serious medical procedure that must be performed by a highly skilled surgeon with exceptional training and experience. Choosing a surgeon based only on price alone is gambling with one’s vision. The decision should incorporate the cost of LASIK eye surgery and financing options together with the reputation of the practice, the technology used and the surgeon’s skill and experience.

    Review and research the technology

    You should pay attention to the technology used by a LASIK surgeon. As new technologies and techniques emerge, LASIK also evolves, providing patients with better results and less discomfort. A surgeon should offer customized lasers and technology for optimal results. Many of these new LASIK technologies provide highly accurate measurements and laser technology for optimum outcomes. To learn more about our customized technology, you can visit websites that specialize in providing consumers useful information about LASIK and the newest and safest laser technology such as

    Ask around

    One of the best ways to choose a LASIK eye surgeon is through word-of-mouth. Your friends and family who have had the procedure are often more than happy to recommend a surgeon. These sources may also provide detailed information about a doctor’s personality, the cost of LASIK eye surgery and quality of patient care that a website or advertisement may not offer.

    You can also ask your ophthalmologist, optometerist, or eye care professional for a referral to a LASIK surgeon. Doctors who are familiar with their patient’s unique vision correction needs can assist in the process of finding a qualified LASIK surgeon who specializes in a variety of special vision conditions.

    To learn more about a particular LASIK surgeon, you can ask the LASIK surgeon for references or ask to consult with their previous patients. References can help you learn more about how well a LASIK surgeon treats patients both medically and personally.

    Surf the Web

    The Web is a useful and convenient tool that allows consumers to easily research LASIK surgeons. Many doctors have websites that highlight specific details about their practices, including the technology and lasers they use and surgical fees. A LASIK surgeon’s Web page may also outline the surgeon’s education and certifications.

    The Web can also be useful for verifying a surgeon’s credentials. Many official ophthalmology organizations, such as the American Academy of Ophthalmology ( and the American Board of Ophthalmology ( websites that allow consumers to search for officially accredited surgeons in their area.

    Consumers can also visit consumer advocacy organizations’ websites. For example, the National Consumers League offers tips on choosing a physician. These groups also specialize in providing public warnings about untrained or unofficially certified LASIK surgeons to prevent medical malpractice.

  • What questions should I ask a surgeon?

    Some questions to ask a LASIK surgeon may include:

    • Where and when did you earn your medical degree(s)?
    • How long have you been in practice?
    • What kind of laser technology do you use?
    • How is LASIK performed?
    • What is the cost of the procedure, and are preoperative and postoperative visits included in this price?
    • If re-treatments are necessary, are they included in this price?
    • What financing options do you offer?
    • How long have you been performing laser vision correction?
    • How many vision correction surgeries have you performed?
    • What can I expect to experience during and after the procedure?
  • How long does LASIK surgery take?

    While you should prepare to spend around 90 minutes at your doctor’s office for both your preop vision exam and treatment, the surgery itself takes less than 10 minutes. In fact, the laser will be used on each eye for less than a minute.

  • Does LASIK hurt?

    LASIK and laser vision correction procedures are virtually pain-free as the eyes are numbed with anesthetic drops prior to the procedure. Patients will feel light pressure during the procedure, but it is not uncomfortable. Following the procedure, most patients do not experience pain, and wetting drops can be used to alleviate any dryness or scratchiness.

  • How soon after LASIK will I see well?

    Most patients have immediately improved vision following the procedure. Naturally, there will be some blurriness of vision, but more patients see clearly within 24 hours and return to work the next day. 

  • Can I have LASIK on both eyes on the same day?

    Absolutely. Most surgeons will conduct LASIK procedures on both eyes at the same appointment. 

  • Why do I have to remove my contacts prior to laser vision correction?

    Contacts alter the shape of the cornea, therefore they need to be removed prior to your treatment. The amount of time that the contacts should be removed depends on the type of contacts worn. During your initial eye exam, you will be provided with detailed contact lens removal instructions.

  • What is all-laser LASIK?

    All-laser LASIK, also called Bladeless LASIK, iLASIK™, and IntraLASIK™, mean that the corneal preparation and reshaping are both conducted through the use of cool pulses of laser light. Premium LASIK providers have eliminated the use of the microkeratome, which uses a thin blade to cut a cornea flap prior to reshaping the cornea. LasikPlus utilizes 100% bladeless LASIK.

  • Do the results last?

    LASIK and PRK are considered to be permanent procedures. For a small number of patients, a retreatment may be necessary to obtain optimal results. With the LasikPlus Lifetime Advantage Plan, medically appropriate re-treatments are performed free of charge. 

  • Can I see my own optometrist after my procedure?

    We have relationships with hundreds of optometrists. If you are interested in seeing your optometrist, or would like a referral to an optometrist for annual eye health checks, we are happy to discuss this with you during any of your visits. 

  • How is PRK different from LASIK?

    The actual reshaping of the cornea for vision correction is the same with PRK and LASIK. The difference with PRK is how the cornea is prepared for the procedure. Rather than a laser being used to prepare the cornea, the corneal tissue is gently wiped from the cornea. Following the PRK procedure, a soft contact lens is placed on the eye to act as a bandage. This allows patients to see and function while the corneal tissue regenerates and heals beneath the lens, within a few days. 

  • How long does the PRK procedure take?

    While you should plan to be with us on your procedure day for about 90 minutes, the procedure itself takes less than 15 minutes to complete. In fact, the laser will be used on each eye for less than one minute. A majority of time at the office is for retesting, completing paperwork, and allowing the numbing drops to take effect.

  • Does PRK hurt?

    The PRK procedure is virtually pain-free as the eyes are numbed with anesthetic drops prior to the procedure. Patients will feel light pressure during the procedure, but it is not uncomfortable. For the first few days following the procedure, you may experience mild tearing or foreign body sensation like an eyelash in your eye. You will be prescribed drops to alleviate these symptoms.

  • Can I have PRK on both eyes on the same day?

    It is possible, but the doctor will take time to learn about your lifestyle and needs, and work with you to make this decision. 

  • Do all patients get 20/20 vision?

    No. A vast majority of patients do achieve 20/20 vision, or even better following their procedure, but some do not. Patients with high prescriptions may not achieve optimal correction following their procedure. Residual refractive errors that remain after the first procedure can often be fixed through a retreatment or enhancement procedure. LasikPlus offers free retreatments with our Lifetime Advantage Plan.

  • Does LASIK cause dry eyes?

    Dry eyes following LASIK or PRK can occur and are usually a temporary side effect. Following your procedure, you will be asked to us artificial tears, which will help prevent the dry-eye feeling. For most patients, the dryness disappears within 3 to 6 months following treatment. If you already experience dry-eyes, make your LASIK/PRK doctor aware as it will aid in the recommended procedure for you. They may also prescribe additional eye drops to help you following your procedure.

  • What are the possible risks and side effects associated with LASIK laser vision correction?

    You’ve probably given a lot of thought to how your life will improve after LASIK, but you may have also wondered about the potential risks and side-effects of LASIK. A majority of people do not experience a LASIK complication, but it is good to be aware of the possibilities so you can have an educated discussion with your LASIK doctor .

    Below are some potential, though rare, complications and side effects associated with the laser vision correction.

    • Dry Eyes: Dry eyes following LASIK or PRK can occur and are usually a temporary side effect. Following your procedure, you will be asked to us artificial tears, which will help prevent the dry-eye feeling. For most patients, the dryness disappears within 3 to 6 months following treatment. If you already experience dry-eyes, make your LASIK/PRK doctor aware as it will aid in the recommended procedure for you. They may also prescribe additional eye drops to help you following your procedure.
    • Under-correction: Patients with high prescriptions may not achieve optimal correction following their procedure. Residual refractive errors can often be fixed through a retreatment or enhancement procedure. LasikPlus offers free retreatments with our Lifetime Satisfaction Plan.
    • Glare and halos: Some patients experience glares and halos following their procedure and can affect a patient’s night-vision. In most cases, these symptoms decrease over time.
    • Subconjunctival hemorrhages: Subconjunctival hemorrhages are simply bruises which present as red spots on the white of the eye. These red spots are temporary and usually disappear in about a week and two. They are completely cosmetic, cause no pain, and have no impact on a patient’s vision.
    • Infection: Infection can occur after LASIK or PRK. Following your procedure, you will be prescribed a few eye drops, included an antibiotic drop. You will also be scheduled for a series of post-operative visits so the doctor can monitor your healing. It is important to attend these post-operative visits and use the medications as prescribed to prevent to risk for infection.

    There are certain health conditions that can increase the risks or side-effects associated with LASIK or PRK. It is important to inform your LASIK doctors about any health conditions prior to your procedure as they may not recommend laser vision correction for you.

    Conditions that are contraindications for laser vision correction include:

    • Autoimmune disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis
    • The use of immunosuppressive medications
    • Persistent and untreatable dry eyes
    • Vision fluctuations/unstable vision cause be certain medications, or hormonal changes caused by pregnancy and breast-feeding
    • Existing eye conditions such as keratoconus, keratitis, mature cataracts, uveitis, and herpes simplex affecting the eye area

    During a FREE LASIK consultation with us, you will be given time to ask all of your questions. Our goal is to not only ensure that we recommend the best vision solution to correct your individual needs, but to also ensure that you are comfortable with your decision to have LASIK at LasikPlus. Selecting an experienced surgeon and LASIK team can reduce your LASIK risks. 

  • Is LASIK a good solution if I am suffering from allergies?

    LasikPlus laser eye surgery can change the way you see spring and summer. Contact lens wearers who suffer from allergy symptoms often struggle with allergen buildup on their contact lenses. By using LASIK to correct your vision, thus reducing or eliminating the need for contact lenses*, you can finally experience from allergy related symptoms worsened by contact lens use. Learn more here.

  • Is LASIK a good option if I am an active swimmer?

    Glasses or contacts make swimming frustrating at best, and impossible at worst. With LASIK at LasikPlus, you can get back in the water without worrying about irritating contacts or getting your glasses wet. Whether you are an athletic or recreational swimmer, LASIK makes swimming fun again. Learn more here.

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