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What Your LASIK Results Could Be

LASIK and other Laser Vision Correction (LVC) procedures like Photo Refractive Kerotectomy (PRK) have been approved by the FDA since 1995 in the United States. That is over 20 years of vision correction history in the United States and over 20 million (20,000,000) procedures. LASIK is a truly groundbreaking and effective procedure for vision correction. Read more »


LASIK Patient Guide

If you or a loved one is considering LASIK, you probably have a lot of questions. This basic guide to LASIK  provides  an overview and lets you focus on what is most important- deciding if LASIK is right for you. LASIK is an elective procedure. No one needs to have LASIK.   But many patients seek Read more »


Does LASIK Hurt?

A mild oral sedative is given before the procedure to relax the patient. For the procedure, numbing eye drops are given to patients before surgery to ensure they remain relaxed and comfortable. No shots or needles are used during the LASIK procedure. A lid holder is placed in the eye so the patient cannot blink. Read more »


20/20 Institute Offers VIP NFL Experiences to Denver Broncos Fans

Official LASIK Sponsor of the Broncos awarding prizes to participants throughout this NFL season 20/20 Institute, the Official LASIK Sponsor of the Denver Broncos, announced their 2013 season VIP NFL experience fan prize giveaway. 20/20 Institute will award weekly Denver Broncos prizes ranging from United Club-level game tickets at Sports Authority Field to team branded Read more »


How Long is LASIK Surgery’s Recovery Time?

LASIK surgery is one of the most popular forms of vision correction. Most people who undergo the procedure say it was one of the best decisions they ever made for improving their quality of life. Most patients report being able to perform their jobs and hobbies without being fully dependent on glasses and contact lenses. Read more »


LASIK Safer Than Contacts?

A recent report indicates for the first time that LASIK may be safer than wearing contact lenses over the course of a patient’s lifetime. William Mathers, M.D., professor of ophthalmology at the Oregon Health & Science University’s School of Medicine, found a greater chance of suffering vision loss from contact lenses than from laser vision Read more »