Lasik is the most common type of refractive eye surgery. Refraction surgery changes the shape of your cornea to reduce the need for eye glasses or corrective lenses.

Lasik Surgery can be used to treat different vision issues like: Myopia, Hyperopia, Astigmatism, and Presbyopia.


Lasik surgery can be expensive due to ongoing vision changes in your eye and may require additional surgeries similar to new prescriptions over time. Some of the risk include:

Glare halos
Double Vision
Dry Eyes

Someone considering refractive surgery should have no other eye health problems and other health conditions may increase your risks of problems during surgery.

Dr. Jamison recommends that you receive at least two consultations before choosing a surgery center. Most clinics will offer a free consultation. Annual eye exams are important to monitor health and any changes in your vision.