See Your Best this Summer!

Clear, healthy eyesight is a must-have for Summer 2024! Want to reduce/eliminate your need for glasses or contacts? Can’t remember the last time you had an eye exam? Our team is here for you!

Summer Specials*

$800 off LASIK Vision Correction

Custom, blade-free LASIK using highly advanced technologies. Some patients start seeing vision improvement after their procedure and most can drive themselves to the follow-up appointment the next day without glasses!

Get $800 off LASIK Today!

*$800 off LASIK ends Aug. 31, 2024. Can be combined with insurance and financing. Restrictions apply

$135 Dilation-free Eye Exams

You’ll receive a high-quality vision assessment with our Optomap technology and other vision tests. But you won’t have blurry vision (or downtime) after the exam due to dilation!

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*Self-pay only. Cannot be combined with insurance. Restrictions apply.

LASIK Alternatives

LASIK isn’t right for everyone, so we offer different clear vision options to help a wider range of people see better.


Implantable Collamer Lenses, like the EVO ICL™, are becoming increasingly popular. This procedure does not involve the removal of corneal tissue. Instead, a thin lens is implanted into your eye to make your vision sharper and more vivid. ICLs are intended for people with nearsightedness or astigmatism who have thin corneas and/or a history of dry eye. The Collamer lens works in harmony with your eye’s natural chemistry and even provides a layer of UV protection. Vision results are often immediate and no one will be
able to see the lens in your eye.

Refractive Len Exchange (RLE)

Refractive Lens Exchange is similar to cataract surgery, but you don’t have to have a cloudy eye lens to have this procedure. It’s a way to prevent cataracts and improve your vision at the same time. During the procedure, your eye lens is gently removed via a small incision. Then an artificial intraocular lens (IOL) made for your specifications is inserted to provide clear vision. We recommend patients take about a week to recover from RLE. The vision results are worth it – and the lens won’t develop a cataract in the future!


Like LASIK, PRK incorporates an excimer laser to reshape your corneal tissue. But instead of creating a corneal flap, a thin outer layer of your cornea (epithelium) is removed to allow access to the underlying tissue. This is often recommended for people with thin corneas. After surgery, your eye will need time to regrow the epithelial tissue, so you may need to take a few days off work to fully recover. PRK has been around even longer than LASIK and it’s still a very effective procedure.

We can’t wait to see you soon!