LASIK corrects the lower order aberrations that result in nearsighted vision.
After LASIK, patients often experience light sensitivity and poor night vision. Here are some tips to help deal with both of these side effects.
Eye surgeon Jerry Maida advises patients on how to reduce pain following LASIK surgery.
Learn the average success rates of LASIK surgery, as well as what you can expect from the procedure’s results.
Although it is rare, infection is one possible complication resulting from LASIK surgery. Learn more about this risk and how it can be mitigated.
Flap complications are a risk of LASIK eye surgery; however, we can help to minimize that risk through the use of the IntraLase® system.
Dry eye syndrome is a common problem associated with LASIK surgery. Let's consider these matters right now so you have a better understanding of what the aftermath of surgery is like.
After undergoing LASIK eye surgery, with the IntraLase® laser, patients of Maida Custom Vision are required to wear protective goggles.
Learn about the similarities and differences between LASIK eye surgery and ICLs, or Implantable Contact Lenses.
When it comes to LASIK surgery, we will not perform treatment on patients who are pregnant or breastfeeding. Read on to find out why this is and what alternatives are available.