Lasik involves using a laser to create a flap on the cornea. A second laser places the prescription in the corneal bed.
Generally you should have good distance vision for the rest of your life, provided that your eyes remain healthy.
I had laser eye surgery here at the start of 2013. I still have better than 20/20 vision, all these years later. Worth every penny!
Extremely professional, Two surgeries went flawlessly. Dr. Blaylock is phenomenal and caring. Staff is organized and friendly. This is the only place I’d recommend eye surgery in the Valley.
Dr. Blaylock and his team are very knowledgeable and caring. They could’ve made me put down the deposit and schedule the surgery right away, but the doctor told me that it’s better to wait till I turn 23(to make sure my eye prescription is stable enough). “If you were my kid, I’d tell you to do that” is what he said, and that really warms my heart :). Can’t wait to check back with them in the near future! Many thanks! Merci beaucoup 🙂
At VLEC, we believe in transparency and a holistic approach to your vision needs. The FDA continues to question the longterm safety and complications of LASIK procedures. We believe other predictable and safer procedures are superior to LASIK (ex: ICL, PRK and Refractive lens exchange-RLE). VLEC has been a pioneer in the adoption of LASIK in Canada but it is now time to move on to the newer, safer procedures.