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Lasik & Customvue Lasik

Have you been considering having LASIK Laser Vision Correction to free yourself from glasses or contact lenses?  LASIK has become the most popular vision correction option, with over 3 million procedures done across the world. Review the topics below to learn more about LASIK in Bel Air. Dr. Feulner looks forward to meeting with you and discussing your vision correction options.

Frequently Asked Questions

WILL I BE ABLE TO SEE RIGHT AWAY?

Most patients will notice improvement in vision immediately following treatment. Visual recovery varies for each person, but usually stabilizes at 3 months. The speed at which your vision improves is due to individual healing rates, type of procedure and degree of nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism. Most patients find that their eyes feel fairly normal within a day. However, vision can continue to improve and best vision can take two to three months to occur. If necessary, enhancements can be done after your vision has stabilized to further improve your vision. Patients who have hyperopic LASIK may have a longer healing process.

WHEN CAN I RETURN TO WORK?

It depends on your occupation. Most patients go back to work and resume their daily activities within one to three days following LASIK. Your doctor will discuss any activities you should avoid immediately after your treatment.

WILL I HAVE 20/20 VISION AFTER LASIK?

An overwhelming majority of patients achieve vision which enables them to perform most of their daily activities without the need for glasses or contact lenses.

WHAT IF MY EYE MOVES DURING THE PROCEDURE?

The VISX STAR S4™ Excimer Laser has a tracking system which follows the eye during the laser treatment. If any large eye movements occur, the laser automatically stops. Once the eye is repositioned the physician will resume the laser treatment to the appropriate area of the cornea.

HOW LONG DOES THE LASER VISION CORRECTION PROCEDURE TAKE?

The whole procedure takes about 20-30 minutes for two eyes. This includes anesthesia to the eye(s), creating the flap and performing the laser treatment.

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104 Plumtree Road
Suite 107
Bel Air MD 21015
(410) 569-7173