We take pride in helping you see life more clearly.
The SouthEast LASIK team is dedicated to helping you see clearly. We understand the connection between better vision and how it can profoundly enhance the outlook of your future.
Therefore, if you are experiencing limitations that can be corrected, SouthEast LASIK is your answer. Experienced LASIK surgeons, using the most modern technology, and service-oriented staff will guide and support you throughout the entire process. Our process is designed to ensure faster recovery and better outcomes.
When considering LASIK, as with any procedure,
you should ask yourself several important questions
to determine if it is right for you.
Question: What type of eye problems can LASIK correct?
Answer: LASIK can correct astigmatism, nearsightedness, and farsightedness.
Question: Am I a good candidate for LASIK?
Answer: If you are older than 18 years old, your vision has been stable for two years, and you don’t have any medical conditions that may inhibit normal healing, you are probably a good candidate.
Question: How does the type of technology affect my LASIK outcome?
Answer: Only the most up-to-date technology includes the lowest energy lasers that create a precise corneal flap and incorporates mapping technology to ensure the most customized treatment.
Question: What will be my recovery time after LASIK?
Answer: We suggest very mild activity for the first 48 hours. After 48 hours, you may resume normal activities. Exclude water sports and contact sports for approximately two weeks after your LASIK procedure.
Why Choose SouthEast LASIK?
The SouthEast Eye LASIK team has over 20 years of combined LASIK and eye surgery experience. They take an open and honest approach to discuss all options to design the perfect solution to support your vision goals.
Low-energy lasers in the hands of a highly experienced team support predictable and the safest way to correct your vision. The SouthEast Specialists team understands that your eyes are unique and carefully maps the best solution specifically for you.
Begin Your Clear Vision Journey
LASIK may not be for you. The most common risks of LASIK vision correction surgery with refractive lasers include dry eye syndrome, the need for glasses or contact lenses after surgery, visual symptoms include halos, glare, starbursts, and double vision. In rare instances loss of vision. To better understand the potential risk, and to better determine if you are a good candidate for LASIK, speak to your ophthalmologist.
To say LASIK changed my life is an understatement. The expert procedure at SEES has me seeing 20/10, where I’ve needed contacts to see since I was 11. Wish I had done it earlier! The staff was extremely professional, and the process was painless. Can’t thank SEES enough for improving my vision, and my life.
– Albert S.
Check with your insurance company to determine if you are enrolled in a plan that provides benefits for LASIK surgery. Several insurance companies offer a discount program through your vision insurance, or you may need to cover the costs as an out-of-pocket expense. You may also use your (FSA) flexible spending account or (HSA) health savings account.
Pay for your LASIK Surgery
with your CareCredit Card
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