The best way for you to determine if you are a candidate for LASIK eye surgery is with a personal, one-on-one consultation with an experienced LASIK Consultant at Utah Eye Centers.
The best way to find out if you are a candidate is to ask your eye doctor or come visit one of our centers to receive a free consultation. Your eyes will not be dilated at the time of your consultation, and you’re free to wear glasses or contact lenses. A LASIK consultant will perform a series of important scans to gather information to determine if you are a candidate for LASIK. During the consult, the LASIK consultant will discuss all your vision correction options and answer any questions you may have. Feel free to bring a friend or family member and plan on being at our office approximately one hour.
The Utah Eye Centers uses the latest iFS IntraLase Laser and the Star4 VISX laser. The iFS Intralase Laser replaces the hansatome blade for flap creation and makes the LASIK procedure safer than ever before. Advanced CustomVue Laser Vision correction is an individualized laser vision correction procedure that combines the WaveScan WaveFront System and the Star4 VISX Excimer Laser with Iris Registration. This combination enables the surgeons to measure unique imperfections in a person’s vision and design an individualized treatment.
We offer Customized Wavefront-guided LASIK technology. This means your eyes are individually mapped, “fingerprinted,” and your specific eye imperfections are identified. The information is then taken to our VISX laser which precisely treats your individual prescription. The combination of Wavescan technology and the VISX–exclusive algorithms allow the surgeons to obtain measurements 25 times more precisely than the standard LASIK measurement method. In addition to the enhanced eye measurements, when compared to standard LASIK, Wavefront technology reduces glare and halos in your vision.
With our latest technology now, we can correct a wide range of astigmatism, nearsightedness, and farsightedness. There are often patients who were told they were not candidates for LASIK in the past because of their astigmatism. We can determine if your prescription falls within treatable parameters during your free LASIK consultation.
Dr. Mark Ballif
Dr. Scott Sykes
Dr. Michael Wilcox