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KAMRA Inlay Featured Patient – Tami, Tattoo Artist

Tami is a local girl, born and raised upcountry on the fertile slopes of Haleakala on the island of Maui. She loves horseback riding, ocean sports, polo, gardening, and travelling the world. As a Certified Medical Micropigmentologist and owner of Angel Eyes Permanent Make-up and Tattoo, Tami’s work demands extreme... Read More

KAMRA Corneal Inlay for Presbyopia Treatment

Recently, Keala, an employee and patient of Aloha Laser Vision, underwent presbyopia treatment with placement of the KAMRA™ Corneal Inlay implantable lens. The innovative vision correction procedure was performed by Dr. Alan Faulkner with the assistance of the WaveLight® FS200 Femtosecond Laser. In an in-depth interview, Keala describes the limitations... Read More

Adam and Jennifer – Our LASIK Couple

Adam and Jennifer have been together for over 12 years, and both were ready for some big life changes. Adam was preparing to join the Reserves and start his residency, while Jennifer was looking into LASIK surgery to get rid of her hard contact lenses. Jennifer saw an online discount... Read More

Featured Patient Andy

Andy loves celebrating happy occasions like weddings and baptisms at St. Augustine by the Sea Church in Waikiki.  He loves bringing joy to sad and painful occasions by serving as an On Call Chaplain with St. Francis Health Care Services.  Before having cataract surgery, he felt uneasy driving to cases... Read More

Patient Experience Matt Miller

It’s changed my life in quite a few ways. As I said before, I’m a contractor so seeing things far away has improved dramatically. I just don’t need glasses any longer. I don’t wear my glasses. I don’t wear my contacts. It’s given me my life back if you will.... Read More

Hawaii Laser Lasik Surgery Patient Experience

ALAN FAULKNER: Not only is the IntraLase a more precise way to make a flap, it’s a safer way to make a flap. It also allows us to do patients who weren’t previously candidates for the LASIK surgery because their corneas were too thin. CYNTHIA HENKE: I had actually gone... Read More

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