Vision is one of our most precious senses, and often patients are hesitant to entrust their eyesight to just any surgeon offering LASIK. For most patients, finding the right eye surgeon is a process that involves some investigative research to determine which doctor reflects the qualities and qualifications they value... Read More
If you are concerned that LASIK may be painful, rest assured that with proper care, LASIK vision correction can be a virtually painless procedure. At Aloha Laser Vision your comfort during LASIK is among our top priorities, and we do all we can to provide you with effective relief from... Read More
It is natural to feel a little apprehensive about undergoing LASIK surgery. Patients sometimes ask if they have to be awake during the LASIK procedure and the answer to that question is, yes. Conscious cooperation is necessary to achieve accuracy during the fixation portion of the procedure, and so all... Read More
Our patients at Aloha Laser Vision often consider LASIK vision correction surgery to achieve clear vision that no longer requires heavy dependence on glasses and contact lenses. LASIK has the capability of correcting vision for certain patients with nearsightedness, farsightedness and/or astigmatism who are deemed good candidates for the procedure.... Read More
When weighing the pros and cons of proceeding with LASIK surgery, patients at Aloha Laser Vision commonly ask our eye surgeons if LASIK is as safe as wearing contact lenses. The answer to that question often surprises them, as many expect to hear that contact lenses are the safer option.... Read More
Buzzfeed recently named 12 superstar athletes who continued to raise the bar in their sport after having LASIK surgery. Read the full list and their success here.
Though LASIK is our most popular method of vision correction surgery, not everyone is an ideal candidate. Fortunately, at Aloha Laser Vision, we offer a number of LASIK alternatives for patients who still want to significantly reduce or eliminate the need for glasses or contacts: PRK: Photorefractive keratectomy, or PRK,... Read More