The Latest Technique in LASIK Eye Surgery
Jan 10, 2019 Columbia, S.C. - LASIK eye surgery has fast become a common procedure for those who have worn glasses, contacts, and even for astigmatism correction. This safe and effective procedure has allowed thousands of South Carolina residents the freedom to throw away those corrective lenses.
Board certified ophthalmologists at Columbia eye centers are embracing the latest techniques in LASIK eye surgery. This technology in LASIK eye surgery is giving patients better results and faster recovery times. To achieve this, LASIK surgery in Columbia has begun using the STAR S4 IR® Excimer Laser System.
The STAR S4 IR® Excimer Laser System combines two lasers to make more precise incisions and lessen the time for patients in surgery. Ophthalmologists are now able to provide a wider-range of results to a broader population of people. This state-of-the-art technology is helping patients reap the rewards after LASIK procedures in Columbia. Patients are sharing their stories with others to spread the word about how LASIK has benefited them.
"Having great vision is so important in baseball, and Dr. Clary at The Eye Center took great care of me. After he performed Laser Vision Correction on both of my eyes, I have never seen the ball better. It has helped me an unbelievable amount, and I'm thankful every day I had the surgery done." ~Grayson Greiner
LASIK eye surgery recipients in Columbia, S.C are not the only ones experiencing abundant benefits with this latest technology. Ophthalmologists are embracing this technology for many reasons. This is maximizing workflow and practice efficiency due to the ease of use and ergonomics, and intra-patient movement.
Columbia, S.C LASIK patients have an excellent experience with ophthalmologists who are trained and confident in their field. As technology advances, this is only going to ensure better experiences for all LASIK patients.
The Eye Center is the leading refractive practice in South Carolina, providing full service eye care and specializing in Refractive Surgery – Lasik, AST, PRK, PRELEX, as well as Corneal Transplant and Cataract Surgery.