LASIK Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

The short answer is no, LASIK surgery doesn’t hurt. The eye can actually be numbed with drops alone, so one of the…
At LasikPlus, we carefully evaluate and consider technology to ensure it represents an advance in the care of and clinical outcomes achieved…
Bladeless LASIK means that the corneal flap, created to expose the cornea to be reshaped by the excimer laser, is created using…
It is important to do your research when investigating the cost of LASIK eye surgery. Some providers charge for the cost of…
While some health and vision insurance plans offer participants allowances toward LASIK, a majority of insurance carriers do not consider PRK or…
Savvy consumers can significantly reduce the cost of LASIK by combining multiple insurance “perks”. For example, a vision plan member may have the…
Insurance discounts, which are available with most health and vision plans, are a helpful way to reduce the cost of PRK and…
As with LASIK, due to the use of anaesthetic numbing drops used, you won’t feel anything, other than light pressure, during the…
One difference between LASIK and PRK is the recovery time. Patients having PRK should expect a slightly longer healing time, during which…
LASIK is one of the most common laser correction surgeries to correct astigmatism. If you have astigmatism, without corrective lenses you experience…
LASIK is the most commonly performed laser eye surgery to treat hyperopia (farsightedness), as well as myopia (nearsightedness) and astigmatism. Hyperopia is the medical term…
LASIK is the most commonly performed laser eye surgery to treat myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness) and astigmatism. Myopia is the medical term for “nearsightedness”.  Being nearsighted means…