Refractive surgeon uses LASIK laser to carefully reshape corneas, helping to correct blurry vision during 15- to 30-minute procedure
What You'll Get
- What’s included:
- Initial consultation to confirm candidacy; non-candidates and other refund requests will be honored before service provided.
- LASIK eye surgery for both eyes
- About the doctor:
- LASIK eye surgery FAQ
- Who’s eligible for LASIK?
- After the surgery, which typically takes 15 to 30 minutes, patients can head home to a newly focused reality, returning for a follow-up appointment after a few months to ensure that all is going well.
The Fine Print
About Hakim Eye Center
Refractive surgeon Dr. Hasan Hakim doesn’t just perform LASIK surgery—he was involved in the FDA trials of the excimer laser used in LASIK during his time at the University of Kansas. In the years since, he has kept abreast of cutting-edge developments in vision restoration, from the evolution of LASIK and PRK surgeries to the replacement of eyes with miniature owls. With 5,000 vision-correction procedures already under his belt, Dr. Hakim continues to tend to peepers with deft hands and state-of-the-art technology, performing both incision and laser procedures to bring the world back into focus for those struggling to read street signs or tea leaves. A full stock of Acuvue contacts and frames by Guess, Tommy Hilfiger, and Calvin Klein helps Dr. Hakim perform more conventional vision enhancements.