Millions of Americans deal with poor vision on a daily basis.

Having to depend on glasses or contacts is not necessarily an unavoidable part of life. Through our partnership with nJoy Vision, we are able to provide our customers with a wide range of refractive procedure options to address myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), or astigmatism. We also provide treatment for patients with relatively good vision who simply want to rid themselves of dependence on reading glasses.


A Long-Term Alternative to Glasses

For most patients struggling with poor vision, LASIK can provide a long-term, if not permanent, alternative to glasses or contacts.

During the procedure, a thin flap is created in the top layer of the cornea with a femtosecond laser. After forming a corneal flap, an excimer laser is then used to remove a thin layer of tissue from the cornea under the flap, reshaping the cornea to delicately correct vision problems.

Recovery time is typically very rapid, often resulting in 20/20 vision or better.

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Visian ICL™

An Alternative to LASIK with UV Protection

The Visian ICLTM (Implantable Collamer Lens) is an advanced soft-material lens composed of 100% biocompatible collagen copolymer. It provides not only UV protection and permanent vision correction, but also a quality of vision that is sharper, clearer, and more vivid than that what one can achieve with glasses or contacts.

Additionally, unlike LASIK, the Visian ICL is removable if necessary and the procedure does not permanently alter the shape of your cornea.

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Correct Near Vision and Maintain an Active Lifestyle

Much like the lens on a camera, this tiny corneal implant allows the eye to focus light into the retina, helping to correct near vision loss. Soon after the quick, pain-free procedure, patients will notice a wider range of improved vision at all distances. Most resume normal activities in 24-48 hours.

The KAMRA inlay ideal for active people looking to no longer depend on reading glasses or contact lenses for their everyday activities.

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Corneal Collagen Crosslinking

Treat Keratoconus Without a Corneal Transplant

Keratoconus is a non-infectious eye condition in which the normally round and regular shape of the cornea progressively thins and bulges until it is a cone-like, irregular shape. This cone shape transformation deflects light as it enters the eye, causing substantial vision impairment.

Corneal Collagen Crosslinking* is a relatively pain-free parasurgical treatment for keratoconus that involves the application of riboflavin eye drops to the eye. Crosslinking is performed to slow or stop the progression of Keratoconus and/or ectasia and to postpone or eliminate the need for corneal transplant.

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