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LASIK is the safest elective procedure in the world – and one of the most popular. That's because LASIK gives you the freedom to live your life without glasses or contacts, and vision that's often better than you've ever had before.
When it comes to LASIK, Dr. Solomon's list of "firsts" is too long for this space. Dr. Solomon was the first ophthalmologist in South Carolina to perform LASIK in 1996 – and he's been leading the way ever since. Today, he serves as President of the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery and directory of the Carolina Eyecare Research Institute.
When you visit Dr. Solomon, you can count on expert technique using the latest technology – and more importantly, a path to crystal clear vision that's comfortable, and even enjoyable.
From start to finish, we want you to be as relaxed and comfortable as possible – and we want you to know that we value your time. We won't keep you waiting, and you'll have our undivided attention.
During your first appointment, we'll evaluate your candidacy, checking your overall eye health, your current prescription, and the shape and thickness of your corneas. Once you're cleared, we'll answer any questions you may have and, if you're ready, we'll schedule your LASIK procedure.
We'll have your favorite music playing during your procedure – and before you know it, you'll be done.
LASIK continues to evolve and advancements in laser technology open the procedure to an even wider range of patients. Dr. Solomon often has early access to the best technology, which benefits his patients.
Topography-guided LASIK, as the name suggests, "maps out" the surface of the eye, for even more precise reshaping of the cornea, resulting in what some people call "super-vision."
Bladeless LASIK uses a laser beam to create a flap on the surface of the cornea at your eye's exact focal point. This is the same treatment approach used on military pilots and NASA astronauts.
Many patients have improved vision immediately. After we've checked that your flap looks good, you'll leave our office with drops and protective glasses.
You may be seeing 20/20 or even better. You may experience some vision fluctuations and sensitivity to light. We'll schedule a follow-up visit to make sure you're totally satisfied.
By now, you should be feeling like yourself, but with much better vision. Your eyes may still get tired or dry, though, so keep your drops with you.
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