TRANSPARENT APPROACH

From beginning to end 20/20 is top notch!
If there were more stars to give I would!
From walking in and speaking to the wonderful
Sadie, to working with the amazing Shannon and
Christine to calm your fears and answers all
your questions. To Dr. Danzo that knows his
stuff and is out for the best outcome for you.

-Melissa Mottinger

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TRANSPARENT APPROACH

Beginning to end 20/20 is top notch! Dr. Danzo knows his stuff and wants the best outcome for you.

-Melissa Mottinger

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Reviews Online.

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A transparent approach means

Full Disclosure

before surgery.

LASIKelevated means that we believe that there are things that every LASIK patient should know about before having LASIK, after all, it is surgery. You won’t receive half the facts or sugar-coated answers to your questions at 20/20 Institute. We deliver to you the truth about your eyes and your probability for success, in an easy to understand straightforward way. We will not withhold information about your LASIK candidacy or the long term prognosis for your vision. If it’s on our mind, we will share our thoughts with you.

Here is what you should know

(and what we will go out of our way to educate you on)

before you make your decision to have LASIK:

✓ Not everyone is a good candidate for LASIK

✓ There is no guarantee that you will achieve 20/20 vision

✓ Vision can change over time

✓ LASIK, like any surgery, has risks and side effects

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Visual results
can be different from
patient to patient and
provider to provider.

Everyone’s vision imperfections are unique,
as are the ways in which we heal. Thus, the
results one person achieves through LASIK
surgery might not be the same for someone
else. Also, be sure to ask your provider to
discuss their actual results, not national
average results.

Most patients report little or no discomfort
during the procedure and are able to
go back to work the very next day.

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Visual results
can be different from
patient to patient and
provider to provider.

Not everyone will be “glasses-free” forever. All eyes mature with age, and eventually you might need either reading glasses or another procedure to deal with changes in your distance or near vision.

  • Not everyone can achieve 20/20 vision. Talk with your Denver LASIK eye surgeon about your current vision imperfections to determine whether 20/20 vision is a realistic goal for you.

  • Re-treatment, enhancement or refinement procedures might be necessary to maintain your best uncorrected vision. It is not uncommon for patients to experience some degree of dry eye after the procedure. For the vast majority of patients this is a temporary condition (usually 30-60 days).

  • For optimal results, you will need to stick to an aftercare regimen and attend scheduled follow-up visits.