How long have you been wearing prescription glasses, but thinking of getting LASIK vision correction: months, years? Maybe something came up, maybe you’ve been unsure about whether LASIK is right for you, or maybe you were waiting for just the right time.
Consider this: glasses and contact lenses make up for an eye’s physical imperfection, but LASIK gets to the root of the problem by actually reshaping your cornea, which results in long-term vision improvements.
LASIK can help with:
- Near-sightedness (myopia): you can see near, but far objects are blurry.
- Far-sightedness (hyperopia): you can see far, but near objects are blurry.
- Astigmatism: you have overall blurry vision due to a misshapen cornea.
Now you’ll need the right clinic and the right doctor. The Cheyenne Eye Clinic & Surgery Center is conveniently located on 20th Street. We’re proud to offer bladeless LASIK procedures using the Intralase™ femtosecond laser, the Wavescan® system to optimize visual results with CustomVue® treatments, and the Pentacam™, which allows us to screen for cornea problems that could lead to poor visual outcomes if not detected.
Here, LASIK surgeries are performed by Dr. Jennifer Nottage, the only fellowship-trained Cornea, External Disease and Refractive Surgery specialist in the area. You are in good hands; Dr. Nottage has been in practice for more than a decade.
What are your financing options? We’re glad you asked. Generally, LASIK is not covered under insurance plans, however, it can be paid for with a Flexible Spending Account (FSA) or Health Savings Account (HSA). The Cheyenne Eye Clinic & Surgery Center also offers financing, called Care Credit, through a third party.
Are you ready to invest in your vision? Make an appointment for a LASIK consultation at the Cheyenne Eye Clinic & Surgery Center