Navigating through all of the available surgery options can sometimes feel a bit overwhelming as a patient. How do you know which one is really the best for you?  Our complimentary consultation is designed to discover the answer to that very question.  Eye LASIK Austin’s doctors and staff have the expertise to not only choose the best procedure for your unique eyes, but also love spending the time it takes to explain the procedure to you and answer your questions.

  • iLASIK

    (laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis) is a laser surgery procedure that permanently changes the shape of the cornea to reduce or eliminate nearsightedness, farsightedness, or mixed visual irregularities due to an abnormal curve in the cornea (astigmatism).

    Suggested For: People Ages 18-55
    Quick Facts
    • Bladeless
    • 95%+ emerge with 20/20 vision
    • Precise & permanent
    • Comfortable & fast
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  • ASA

    (advanced surface ablation) was the most popular refractive procedure before LASIK entered the medical industry as a more patient friendly alternative. Both ASA and LASIK are considered "laser eye surgery," but each varies slightly when it comes to pros and cons.

    Suggested For: People Ages 18-55
    Quick Facts
    • Longer recovery than LASIK
    • Recommended for patients with thin corneas
    • No risk of corneal flap complications
    • Allows extra safety margin of 110-180 microns
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  • RLE

    Refractive Lens Exchange may be a better option than LASIK for people with presbyopia. RLE replaces your eye's clear natural lens with an artificial intraocular lens to correct your refractive error, reducing or eliminating your need for reading glasses or bifocals.

    Suggested For: People Ages 40+
    Quick Facts
    • Reduces or eliminates need for reading glasses
    • Most common ocular surgery
    • Can correct most vision issues
    • Quick & easy procedure
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  • CXL

    Corneal cross-linking (CXL) is the only FDA-approved therapeutic treatment for progressive keratoconus and corneal ectasia (steepening) following refractive surgery.

    Suggested For: People Ages Over 14
    Quick Facts
    • Strengthens the corneal tissue
    • Suggested for patients with Keratoconus
    • Slows down or stops the progression of a corneal disease
    • Can be a vision-saving procedure
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Eye LASIK Austin

6500 N. Mopac • Building 2, Suite 2101 • Austin, TX 78731

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Hours: Monday-Friday: 8am–5pm • Closed Weekends