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What is
LASIK?
Am I a LASIK
Candidate?
The LASIK
Procedure
How it Works
The Wave Print System
What to Expect
Before, During and After
LASIK
FAQ's
IntraLase LASIK
FAQ's
PDF Booklet Myopia
Nearsighted
PDF Booklet High Myopia
Nearsighted
PDF Booklet Hyperopia
Farsighted
PDF Booklet
Mixed Astigmatism
CustomVue LASIK
Video
 

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Once your eye has been painlessly anesthetized, a comfortable device to prevent blinking will be situated between your eyelids.

In less than a minute, while you are focused on a "target' light,  the laser painlessly reshapes your cornea.

Once the protective flap is properly repositioned, your incision will then securely and quickly bond stitch-free.

  MYOPIA (Nearsighted)   HYPEROPIA (Farsighted)
     
 

Light rays are focused in front of the retina instead of directly on the retina

 

Light rays are not bent enough to focus directly on the retina

 
  ASTIGMATISM   LASIK  
     
 

Light rays are focused at more than one point on the retina

 

The Cornea is reshaped so light rays can focus directly on the retina

 
 
The FDA has approved laser vision correction
as an alternative to eyeglasses and contact lens
 
LASIK-Nearsighted
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LASIK-Farsighted
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LASIK-Astigmatism
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Honolulu Office Hale Pawa'a Building 1401 South Beretania Suite 900 Honolulu, HI 96814 Phone: 808-942-5800 Fax: 808-949-4553
Molokai Office Molokai Community Health Center, 30 Oki Place, Hale #5 Kaunakakai, HI 96748 Phone: 808-553-3227

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