Dr. Martin E. Burger of LASIK Specialists LLC tallies more than 69,000 successful LASIK procedures on an extensive resume. Fully immersed in the realm of refractive surgery, Dr. Burger has been a member of the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, the International Society of Refractive Surgery, and the American Osteopathic Association. Many patients who depend on their sight for their livelihood—including pilots, commercial drivers, and seeing-eye dogs—have sought out Dr. Burger for LASIK procedures, which can help completely eradicate the need for glasses or contacts. His practice also encompasses a friendly staff and multiple laser technologies.
Across three locations, the opticians at Cunningham Vision Centers help customers select from a variety of designer frames and fit them with high-quality lenses. In the show room, experts help match frames with customers' individual face shapes. Cunningham Vision Centers then forges any existing prescription into accurate single-vision or progressive lenses before fitting the lenses into the frames. Lens prices vary based on the patient's prescription, and lens materials range from standard plastic to polycarbonate to the thinner and lighter high index. Clients have the option to add additional lens treatments, such as anti-glare treatments, ultraviolet protection, or a scratch-resistant coating that protects spectacles from grizzly bears demanding to try them on just once.
For eye exams, available by appointment, Dr. Thomas Cunningham channels more than a quarter-century of experience when regaling patients about the ‘80s invention of indoor sunglasses or assessing ocular health. He’s joined by the former team optometrist for the Detroit Lions—Dr. Jeffrey Rautio—who takes a special interest in dry eye and glaucoma management as well as specialty contact lenses.
Led by Dr. William Wiley, Toledo LASIK has been the recipient of awards for ethics from the Better Business Bureau and was an early facility in the field of LASIK procedures in Toledo. The Center's merry eye menders, who possess an average of 25 years' experience in refractive surgery and ophthalmology, utilize the blade-free IntraLase technology, aiming to improve patients' vision and to increase the likelihood of someone finally tracking down Waldo. The minimally invasive procedure, which requires approximately seven minutes of surgery time per eye, makes use of the femtosecond laser to give the surgeon more control, promoting patient relaxation and decreasing the chance of complications. Post-op, protective sunglasses should be worn and ocular orbs will be covered with transparent shields for roughly 24 hours. Many patients are able to return to normal activities the day after their session.
At Coriell EyeCare, Dr. Holly Coriell and her dedicated staff maintain their patients' eyesight with extensive preventive and corrective services and a wide array of stylish eyewear. They help identify disease and degeneration with glaucoma screenings and thorough exams, while a selection of 500 different frames decorate clients' faces with sleek, fashionable designs.
Dr. Jeremy Ciano of RevolutionEyes runs a Top Five Eyewear business while operating as the official optometrist for the Indiana ICE, and Dr. Katherine Schuetz is a pediatric optometrist who can healthy-up the orbital see-machines of infants as young as six months. A RevolutionEyes exam lasts roughly 20 minutes and uses the cutting-edge optomap camera, which provides a 200-degree view that more often than not bypasses the need for uncomfortable dilation to dive into a vision-ball's deepest secrets.