LASIK at MedEye Associates

LASIK was approved as a vision correction procedure by the FDA in 1999. It is performed to help people with refractive errors in their eyes (nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism) see clearly without glasses or contacts. Millions of people have had LASIK worldwide and many of those have achieved 20/20 vision or better after the procedure.

Is LASIK right for You?

At MedEye Associates we have performed thousands of LASIK procedures, but we do not recommend LASIK for every patient that wears glasses. Simply having a refractive error is not the only condition needed for LASIK. You must meet certain requirements in order for this to be a safe and effective procedure for you.

General LASIK Requirements

  • 18 years or older
  • Stable vision prescription for at least one year
  • Free of eye disease or other interfering vision conditions
  • Proper corneal thickness
  • Good overall health
  • Realistic expectations
  • Full understanding of the potential risks

A comprehensive eye exam is necessary to determine if LASIK is right for your eyes. If you are considering LASIK vision correction, steer clear of any doctor who will perform the procedure without an eye exam, has no track record of success or absolutely guarantees you will achieve 20/20 vision. Our LASIK doctors in south Florida will be up-front and honest about your eye health and will help you understand the vision results you should expect from LASIK.

Affording LASIK

Many people are surprised to learn that you can finance elective medical procedures like LASIK. This is actually a very popular program that we offer through CareCredit®. CareCredit is a payment plan designed to fit your individual needs and financial circumstances. They offer low monthly payments, interest-free or low payment options. If you qualify, you can have your LASIK procedure with no money down and pay for it over time.

We encourage you to take advantage of our free, no-obligation LASIK Consultation so you can learn more about your LASIK candidacy. You can ask questions and learn more about our LASIK technology, experience and results.