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Fort Worth and Hurst, Texas Lasik Center

Young couple celebrating after lASIKAre you seeking a LASIK doctor in Fort Worth or Hurst, TX area? If you are, then you have come to the right place. LASIK is an acronym for laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis, and it is the world’s most popular laser vision correction procedure.

Why Should I Consider LASIK?

LASIK eye surgery is safe, effective, and has a low occurrence rate of side effects. Laser vision correction has helped millions of people see clearly independent of glasses or contact lenses. LASIK has enabled people to resume their active lifestyles again. Imagine being able to work out without glasses. Imagine seeing the alarm clock when you wake up in the morning. Imagine life without the hassle of putting lenses in. Imagine no more scratchy lenses hitting your eyelids and no more solutions.

Is the LASIK Procedure Painful?

LASIK is a quick and virtually painless vision correction procedure with an excellent record of success. Proper preoperative evaluations are critical to each patient’s success. To get a better understanding regarding whether or not you would be a good LASIK candidate, please see our Ft. Worth LASIK candidacy page. To learn about what happens during this eye surgery process, please read below.

What Happens During LASIK Eye Surgery?

Our Fort Worth LASIK surgeons will first apply anesthetic eye drops to numb the eye for surgery. Next, a suction ring is applied that is designed to hold the eye steady and confirm the pressure of the eye. The surgeon then creates a thin corneal flap using a device called a microkeratome or a femtosecond laser. The surgeon tests for laser alignment and walks the patient through the fixation process. The corneal flap is lifted up and inverted, and the excimer laser pulses are applied to the exposed interior surface of the cornea to reshape the tissue. The computer-controlled excimer laser removes the tissue under the flap and reshapes the cornea. The actual laser treatment generally takes less than 60 seconds. The flap is then repositioned over the treated area. This corneal flap serves as a natural bandage, which eliminates the discomfort associated with other types of refractive surgery and expedites the healing process. Eye drops will be applied to assist with the healing process. You will be required to take eye drops on a regular basis in the postoperative period. Your doctor will then watch the eye to ensure proper flap positioning and healing. Because of the extraordinary bonding properties of the corneal tissue, stitches are not needed to keep the flap in place postoperatively.

LASIK Surgery Procedure Diagram

Why Should I Choose Texas Eye & Laser for my LASIK Procedure?

The surgeons at Texas Eye & Laser Center use the most advanced ALL-LASER LASIK technique in Fort Worth for a greater level of safety and better visual results. Our doctors are board-certified & experienced. We have performed thousands of successful LASIK procedures in Fort Worth & Hurst.

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How Much Does LASIK Cost?

Texas Eye & Laser make LASIK affordable for Texas patients. We will discuss your specific cost during your LASIK consultation. We offer financing for LASIK Surgery procedures through Care Credit.

How Can I Schedule a Consultation for Laser Vision Correction?

To schedule a consultation, please contact us at 817-768-6620. During your consultation, we will discuss the results you can expect, the cost of LASIK, and any questions you may have. We look forward to serving you!

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