Choose Between Two Options
- $189 for $1,200 towards LASIK Surgery on both eyes
- $99 for $600 towards LASIK Surgery on one eye
The full price for surgery is $2,095 per eye.
After an initial consultation to confirm candidacy, which includes an eye exam and an overview of the procedure, the surgery is scheduled. Each surgery begins with the creation of a small flap on the corneal surface. A Wavelight EX500 Excimer Laser then reshapes the curvature of the cornea under the flap according to calibrations customized for each patient, which allows light rays to focus on the retina correctly, clearing vision. Next, the flap is set back into place and allowed to fuse to the rest of the cornea. Eyes typically heal well enough for patients to see after one day.
Davis Eye Center
With 40,000 LASIK procedures and 30,000 cataract surgeries under their belt, the team at Davis Eye Center has plenty of experience enhancing and protecting patients' vision. The center's board-certified ophthalmologists, Dr. Charles Davis and Dr. Allison Landes, serve as pioneers in the field, studying and implementing the latest techniques and technologies before other area practices. This forward-thinking approach surfaces most notably in the center's cutting-edge WaveLight and LenSx laser systems, which allow the doctors to perform corrective surgeries with greater speed, accuracy, and efficiency.
Davis Eye Center doesn't limit its services to surgical procedures though. The practice's team also includes opticians, registered nurses, technicians, and optometrists. With so much diverse talent available, the center is able to provide comprehensive care capable of addressing various vision concerns. Routine exams can determine prescriptions and scan for early signs of troublesome conditions, while personalized treatment regimens help manage the symptoms caused by everything from glaucoma to conjunctivitis. Davis Eye Center even stocks more than 2,000 frames by more than 50 brand-name designers, helping visitors boost their style and chances of being admitted to MIT with a new pair of glasses.