LASIK Surgery in Akron Ohio | Davis Eye Center

Choose LASIK From Davis Eye Center and Transform Your Vision

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Have you been searching for LASIK surgery in Akron Ohio? Patients from all over the Northeast Ohio community count on the team from Davis Eye Center for personalized vision correction of the highest quality. Specifically, surgeon and Davis Eye Center owner Dr. Charles Davis has performed more than 45,000 LASIK procedures over the course of his career.

You can depend on the physicians from Davis Eye Center for both leading surgical technology and compassionate service. With this in mind, you can learn more about the Davis Eye Center team and its work by visiting the team’s website.

What to Expect From LASIK Surgery

You may have considered a variety of options for correcting astigmatism, nearsightedness or farsightedness in the past, but have hesitated to commit to LASIK not knowing what to expect out of the surgery. In all, a typical laser eye surgery procedure only takes about ten minutes from beginning to end. Most patients can expect a similar sequence, regarding the procedure, but it is critical to remember each patient is different.

Before the procedure, a patient will see his or her doctor to undergo an evaluation for any signs of inflammation, dry eye or other kinds of eye irritation. The patient’s doctor will consider the shape, size and state of a patient’s eye or eyes to confirm the amount of tissue to remove.

If a patient wears contacts, then his or her doctor will direct the patient to wear regular glasses for a designated period of time. Be mindful that this timeline will depend on the specific state of a patient’s eye or eyes.

For most LASIK procedures, a surgeon will first apply numbing drops to a patient’s cornea, next create a cornea flap, then reshape the cornea and finally replace the cornea flap.

After the application of numbing drops to the eye, the surgeon will apply a suction ring to keep the patient’s eye in position for the cutting of the cornea flap. Once the suction ring is in place, the patient will notice a sensation of slight pressure. After positioning the eye, the surgeon will direct the patient to focus on a single point of light to allow for the cutting of the cornea flap, the reshaping of eye tissue and sealing of the cornea flap.

Following a LASIK surgery, many patients will report burning or watering of the eyes, along with other kinds of irritation and blurry vision. Patients should remember that it can take between two and three months after a LASIK procedure to notice full restoration of vision. Need to find out how LASIK surgery could benefit you? Connect with the team from Davis Eye Center today to take the next steps.

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Finding the Right Surgeon for LASIK Surgery in Akron Ohio

Why choose Davis Eye Center for LASIK Surgery? Davis Eye Center leads the way among LASIK surgery providers in Ohio. Specifically, the center was the first in Ohio and the twelfth in the nation to implement the WaveLight Refractive Suite. The WaveLight FS200 Femtosecond Laser forms a corneal flap in about six seconds to ensure patient safety and comfort.

WaveLight technology also allows for safe and effective placement of the patient’s eye even as the eye may move. In addition, the technology’s advanced data transferring capabilities allow a surgeon to access patient information in real-time during a procedure. Connect with the team from Davis Eye Center today to learn more about LASIK technology and more.

Reach Out to the Team From Davis Eye Center Today

Looking for LASIK surgery in Akron Ohio? Davis Eye Center is a go-to resource in the Northeast Ohio community for LASIK procedures, general eye care and cataract treatment. When you need routine eye exams, ocular allergy treatment, glaucoma care or other services, you can feel confident in counting on Davis Eye Center.

If you are ready to take control of your vision and your health, then reach out to the dedicated team of physicians from Davis Eye Center today to find out more. Visit https://daviseyecenter.com/ today to take the next steps.