Why You Should Ask Your LASIK Surgeon What Laser They Use

Remember the old adage “you get what you pay for”? Well, it might be old but it’s certainly true. And when it comes to the care of your eyes, quality matters. After all, you only get one set of eyes, so it’s vitally important to take care of them, making sure they are healthy and functioning well for a lifetime.

Your LASIK Surgery

If you are considering LASIK surgery to correct your vision, congratulations! LASIK is a life-changing procedure that has helped millions of people just like you enjoy the freedom of great vision without the hindrance of glasses and contacts. But it is important to do your research and know the facts. Not all LASIK practices are the same and not every practice uses the latest and most successful technology.

One question you should definitely ask is what laser technology is used. Many practices talk a lot of talk, but aren’t really walking the walk. If they’re comparing their pricing to other practices in town, that could be a red flag. While they jump up and down about pricing, they’re hoping you don’t notice or ask about what technology they use. But you’re far too wise to fall for that! Older lasers can drive the price down, but they are less precise and offer a less predictable and customized outcome. Remember – knowledge is power.

The Mann Eye Difference

Mann Eye Institute is completely dedicated to giving patients what they deserve – experienced surgeons using the latest laser vision technology available. It is Mann Eye’s promise to you.

Mann Eye uses the WaveLight System for LASIK. “Patients sometimes ask why we choose one form of technology over another – ‘does it really make a difference? Won’t the results be good regardless of the type of laser that we use?'” said Dr. Mike Mann, founder of Mann Eye Institute. “Based on my years of experience, I know with 100% certainty that technology is vital to outcomes.”

Have we seen your eyes yet? If not, let’s change that. It’s time to See Life Better.

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