$499 for $1,000 Toward LASIK Eye Surgery at Medical Vision Institute

Lexington

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LASIK eye surgery reshapes the cornea, reducing patients' reliance on contacts and glasses for near and farsightedness, and astigmatism

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$499 for $1,000 Toward LASIK Eye Surgery

During LASIK surgery, Dr. Dudee reshapes the front surface of the cornea without harming the surrounding tissue. This focuses the light that enters the eye clearly on the retina. Dr. Dudee offers CustomVue LASIK, which uses WaveScan technology to analyze each eye's unique fingerprint with 25 times more precision than traditional methods and generates an individualized treatment plan from the data. CustomVue LASIK also employs iris registration technology, which helps Dr. Dudee achieve proper alignment through fully automated, touch-free measurements. The office's Premium CustomVue LASIK package features a pair of temporary punctal plugs that reduce dryness, two pairs of designer sunglasses, and a lifetime of LASIK enhancements, if needed. For more information about what to expect from each LASIK procedure, please contact Jennifer at (859) 278-9486 ext. 103 or email jennifer@medicalvision.com.

Medical Vision Institute

At Medical Vision Institute, Dr. Jitander S. Dudee puts his considerable skills into practice during modernized refractive procedures, including CustomVue LASIK and PRK surgery. Dr. Dudee is a celebrated graduate of the University of Cambridge, where he completed medical school and received his master's degree. He went on to complete his Ophthamology residency at the Washington National Eye Center in Washington, D.C. - where he won the Harry Kerr Prize and a Southern Medical Association Scholarship for his work with glaucoma treatments. In 1994, he joined the Lexington practice of Dr. George Birenbaum and has since performed thousands of successful laser and micro-surgical corrections.