Reduce or Eliminate Your Dependence On Glasses or Contacts with LASIK

Do you dream of waking up in the morning and being able to see the alarm clock clearly? Do you want to go swimming without having to worry about losing a contact in the ocean? Then LASIK from Hagerstown LASIK surgeon Dr. Gladsden may be the solution to restore your vision and help you say good-bye to your glasses and contacts.

LASIK, also known as all-laser LASIK, is the most accurate and safest technique for LASIK. This is the only type of LASIK performed by Dr. Gladsden. All-laser LASIK can correct nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism. It is safe and effective and is one of the most commonly performed elective procedures in the country.

The Benefits of All-Laser LASIK

Because of its high success rate and minimal patient recovery time, all-laser LASIK is recognized as one of the most effective corrective eye procedures available. NASA and the United States Navy both endorse all-laser LASIK as the preferred method of vision correction.

The benefits of LASIK include:

  • Higher success rate, with many patients seeing better than 20/20
  • Considered very safe, precise, and effective than traditional LASIK
  • Patients who were previously deemed unable to have LASIK are now candidates using bladeless LASIK

Side Effects of LASIK

The decision to have LASIK is an important one that only you can make. It is important that you have realistic expectations and that your decision is based on facts.

Although we cannot guarantee a certain level of vision, we leave nothing to chance to achieve your best personal vision. Achieving visual independence in the safest manner is our goal. Although complications are rare, any surgical procedure does carry some risk.

Potential Side Effects:

  • Glare
  • Seeing halos around images
  • Difficulty driving at night
  • Fluctuating vision
  • Dry eye

 Free LASIK Consultation

Schedule a FREE LASIK Consultation today by calling (301) 745-5150.

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