$1,800 for LASIK Surgery for Both Eyes with One Year of Touchups ($4,000 Value)
LASIK can help address such visual deficiencies as nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. After a same-day consultation to confirm your candidacy for this surgery, Dr. Yavitz cuts a thin flap on the corneal surface using a microkeratome. He then uses the Nidek EC-5000 excimer laser to reshape the curvature of the cornea under the flap according to calibrations customized through wavefront analysis. Next, the flap is replaced and allowed to naturally fuse to the rest of the cornea.
Eyes typically heal well enough for patients to see after one day, and many procedures result in 20/20 or better vision. If any enhancements are needed in the coming year, Dr. Yavitz will take care of them without charge.
Yavitz Eye Center
With more than 50,000 eye surgeries under his belt, Dr. Edward Yavitz is a true expert in his field. Educated at Harvard Medical School, Dr. Yavitz holds board certification from the American Academy of Ophthalmology and was one of the first doctors to be certified in LASIK surgery. But, even with all these accolades and achievements, he remains friendly and approachable; he even gives his cell-phone number to patients in case they have questions before and after procedures or just want to swap potluck recipes.