Laser Vision Correction
At Optivision, we are proud to offer a variety of vision correction procedures to get you the results that you deserve. Our surgeons, Dr. Gerald Clarke, and Dr. Stephen Dudley, are leaders in laser vision correction and can deliver you superior LASIK results at the most affordable pricing in Wisconsin. We have a highly skilled team with a wealth of experience, allowing them to effectively correct both near and distance vision and eliminate the need for glasses in most cases.
Call 1-800-20HAPPY (1-800-204-2779) for Special Limited Time Offer
Need a few more reasons to consider OPTIVISION?
Here are 3 simple ones:
1. OptiVision surgeons, Dr. Dudley, and Dr. Clarke, performed the first laser vision correction procedure in Wisconsin in 1991. They have more experience in every form of laser vision correction, including:
LASIK (Laser Assisted-in-situ Keratomileusis) is a fast and painless procedure to correct farsightedness, nearsightedness, and astigmatism with dramatic results. The treatment of both eyes typically takes less than ten minutes—both eyes! Learn more about LASIK procedure.
Custom LASIK is a fast and effective form of refractive surgery used to correct farsightedness, nearsightedness, and astigmatism. This procedure often takes less than 10 minutes for both eyes and is typically painless. By reshaping the cornea, LASIK allows for light to more easily reach the retina which can improve your eyesight. Both NASA and the US Military Warfighter program require the same laser vision correction technology that we use at OptiVision, so you can rest assured that you’ll be getting world class treatment with amazing results. Learn more about Custom LASIK
Bifocal LASIK is an advanced laser vision correction procedure for patients with presbyopia. This treatment differs from Custom LASIK by reshaping the cornea to create multiple zones within the eye for near, far, and intermediate vision. The light that passes through your eye is bent differently in each zone, allowing you to see properly at every distance. Presbyopia often occurs naturally as you age, but can easily be repaired with this treatment. In 2010, OptiVision surgeons actually performed Wisconsin’s first Bifocal LASIK procedure.
PRK, or photorefractive keratectomy, is a form of refractive surgery which offers results comparable to LASIK. Used to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism, PRK is a more suitable procedure for patients with thin corneas or who have previously had LASIK. PRK differs from Custom LASIK by removing the entire outer layer of the cornea, rather than creating a hinged flap. Due to this process, the surgeon has greater access to the underlying corneal tissues for treatment.
PTK, or phototherapeutic keratectomy, is an advanced procedure for treating corneal dystrophies, scars, and infections. Rather than undergoing a full corneal transplant, PTK offers an effective way to repair vision with a significantly shorter downtime – only days, rather than months. Surgeons use an excimer laser to eliminate damaged tissue with precision and control and leave your vision restored and uninhibited by the scarring associated with corneal issues.
2. OptiVision surgeons performed the first bifocal laser vision correction procedure in Wisconsin in 2010. They have more experience using LASIK laser vision correction eye surgery to correct near and distance vision, eliminating the need for distance and reading glasses in most cases.
3. OptiVision surgeons performed the PanaSEE and PanaSEE Plus Sight Rejuvenation Lens procedures in nearsighted, farsighted, and cataract patients in Wisconsin. Using multifocal IOLS (presbyopia correcting IOLS are premium lenses like ReStor, CrystaLens, ReZOOM, and Tecnis) OptiVision surgeons Dr. Dudley and Dr. Clarke can tailor your result to your needs with vision correction eye surgery to correct near and distance vision, eliminating the need for distance and reading glasses in most cases.