Traditional LASIK procedures are calibrated for your prescription. CustomVue wavefront LASIK is tailored to your individual eyes.
The difference is like night and day. Not only will you be freed from full-time use of eyeglasses or contact lenses, you will enjoy improved vision quality and a significant reduction in the incidence of halos and night glare over standard LASIK.
CustomVue wavefront analysis uses a patented technology, originally developed to reduce distortions in high-powered telescopes, to create a custom "map" of each eye while measuring imperfections 25 times more precisely than standard methods.
The result is a new level of precision and accuracy: 98% of patients achieve vision of 20/20 or better.
Are you a candidate? Since CustomVue treatment was FDA approved for treatment of myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism. 94% of all laser vision correction candidates have been found to be eligible for the CustomVue procedure.
A wavefront analysis and mapping of your eyes will determine if the treatment is right for you.
What you should know about LASIK and CustomVue™ WaveFront LASIK
LASIK is the most popular, effective, and advanced method available for surgical correction of nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism. Over one million LASIK procedures have been performed in the United States alone.
LASIK surgery can dramatically reduce or even eliminate a person's dependence on glasses and contact lenses.
LASIK surgery takes only a few minutes per eye, and in most cases can be done on both eyes at the same time. Eye drops are all that are required for anesthesia.
After LASIK, patients usually notice significantly improved vision immediately. Eye drops are prescribed for use during the first few days after surgery, and vision usually stabilizes within several days. Postoperative pain is usually limited to a scratchy sensation that lasts a few hours. Most patients return to work within 24 hours.
While serious complications are extremely rare, there are risks that need to be considered when contemplating any surgical procedure. Dr. Kraft will take the time to thoroughly discuss the risks and benefits of the LASIK procedure with you. He will advise you if you are a good candidate—or, in rare cases, advise you against the procedure because of existing eye conditions or other health problems.
There's eye care and there's advanced eye care. See the difference advanced eye care can make. Have your questions answered in person by Dr. Kraft. Schedule an Appointment.