The men and women who visit Dr. Kerry Solomon for LASIK eye surgery from Charleston, Summerville, Myrtle Beach, and surrounding areas typically experience more than improved vision, they truly enjoy an enhanced quality of life. They report on small perks, like being able to see the alarm clock without fumbling for glasses, and big changes, like the extra time, money, comfort and freedom they experience once they no longer need contact lenses. And when you choose LASIK eye surgery with Dr. Solomon, a nationally renowned ophthalmologist and innovator in eye surgery, you can expect a level of safety, precision, and care that is second to none.
We can’t wait to talk with you further about your LASIK experience. Request an appointment online, or call the center at (843) 881-3937 and a helpful member of our staff will schedule your appointment. We serve patients from our offices in North Charleston, Mt. Pleasant, West Ashley, and Summerville.
"...The reason I chose Dr. Solomon for LASIK is simple...he’s obviously one of the best LASIK surgeons in the world..."
- LASIK Patient of Dr. SolomonPatient Testimonials
LASIK is a procedure that corrects vision by reshaping the cornea with excimer laser technology. Its accuracy, safety, quick recovery time, wide range of correction, and minimal discomfort makes it one of the country’s most popular forms of vision correction. The entire procedure takes only a few minutes, both eyes can be done in a single day, and no needles, stitches or patches are necessary.
Let’s review a typical LASIK procedure step-by-step:
Step 1: Using wavefront technology, we take a digital image of your optical system and map it – it’s like a fingerprint of your eye. Dr. Solomon evaluates this highly detailed profile and transfers it to the laser.
Step 2: Dr. Solomon uses the safety and precision of the computer-controlled laser to create a corneal flap. He gently folds this flap back to prepare the eye for the treatment laser.
Step 3: Dr. Solomon uses a cool laser beam to reshape the cornea and reduce sources of irregularities. During this process, he uses multiple tracking and alignment systems to ensure both safety and accuracy throughout the entire procedure.
Step 4: Finally, Dr. Solomon moves the protective flap that was created in step 2 back to its original position. The cornea begins healing immediately, and the patient may return home.
A leader in ophthalmic research and education, Dr. Solomon is often
the first in the state to have access to new technology, which he
uses to achieve optimal results for his patients.