Blade-Free LASIK technology is trusted by NASA.

The Blade-Free LASIK procedure represents the most widely researched vision correction technology available today. More vision corrections are performed worldwide with Blade-Free LASIK technology than with any other laser procedure. Blade-Free LASIK has earned FDA approval to correct the broadest range of vision imperfections, including mild to severe nearsightedness, farsightedness, and all types of astigmatism. It combines the world’s most advanced technologies into one all-laser procedure that reduces the risk of complications. The safety and effectiveness of Blade-Free LASIK is so trusted that NASA and all branches of the U.S. military have approved Blade-Free LASIK for their service men and women.

Blade-Free LASIK: During the Procedure

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Advanced CustomVue Technology

Your Advanced CustomVue treatment is designed to correct the unique imperfections of your vision. The Wavescan identifies and measures imperfections in an individual’s eye 25 times more precisely than the standard methods used for glasses and contacts. Wavefront guided LASIK offers the broadest range of FDA approvals. This means more than 94% of the eligible population 21 and older are potential candidates for the Advanced CustomVue treatment.

Wavefront Guided LASIK Technology

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Blade-Free LASIK: Creating the Flap

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VISX Unique 3-Dimensional Eye Tracking

  • Follows all eye movements: up and down or side to side
  • Checks placement 6x per pulse
  • Has both active and passive tracking
  • The digital information is transferred to the Excimer Laser which performs the LASIK procedure
Blade-Free LASIK vs. microkeratome blade
How Blade-Free LASIK creates a corneal flap
Medical benefits of Blade-Free LASIK
Proven Blade-Free LASIK technology
Blade-Free LASIK results
What to expect during your procedure