Serving Lancaster Laser Eye Surgery Patients

Eye Physicians of Lancaster LASIK patientsAre you looking for the top LASIK eye surgeons in Lancaster, PA? Dr. Thomas Krulewski and his team at Eye Physicians of Lancaster understand that wearing glasses and contact lenses to see clearly can be a burden. That’s why they offer an all-laser, blade-free LASIK procedure that typically results in 20/20 vision or better after a quick, painless, and safe procedure. Join the millions of people who have had life-changing laser eye surgery and reap the benefits of sharp vision.

Am I a Good Candidate for LASIK Surgery?

The most effective way to determine if you are considered a good candidate for Bladeless LASIK is by having a board-certified laser eye surgeon like Dr. Krulewski perform a thorough eye exam. Some of the guidelines that make a person eligible for LASIK eye surgery include the following:

  • At least 18 years old
  • No serious medical conditions (diabetes, etc.)
  • No eye diseases or corneal conditions
  • Not pregnant or breastfeeding
  • Sufficient corneal thickness (determined by your eye doctor/LASIK surgeon)
  • No changes to prescription for at least one year

The Benefits of All-Laser LASIK Surgery in Lancaster

Our All-Laser LASIK procedure uses the latest laser technology, rather than a surgical blade (used in traditional LASIK), to create a flap in the cornea during the surgery. The preferred LASIK procedure of leading ophthalmologists, All-Laser LASIK has many benefits, including:

  • Less risk of complications
  • Safer and more precise surgery
  • Less downtime after surgery
  • Often a better surgical outcome than with traditional LASIK

More about the All-Laser LASIK Procedure

Dr. Krulewski performs the All-Laser LASIK procedure as an outpatient surgery. Because you will not be able to drive afterward, you will need to make arrangements for someone to drive you to and from our surgery center. To ensure that you are comfortable, anesthetic eye drops will be used to numb your eyes. Once they are numb, Dr. Krulewski will use an excimer laser to make a small incision in the cornea, or the thin top layer of the eye’s surface, making a flap which he will pull back to reveal the cornea. A femtosecond laser is then used to reshape the cornea to a shape that better refracts light from the retina, resulting in clearer vision. The entire procedure takes about 20 minutes or less to finish, and afterwards there is almost no downtime. Patients’ eyes may feel dry and slightly irritated for a day or two, but they are typically able to return to work, school and daily life the day after surgery.

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Contact Us

Do you have more questions about our All-Laser (Bladeless) LASIK procedure? To learn more about the laser eye surgery and find out if you’re a candidate, schedule a consultation with our Lancaster office by calling (717) 735-6700.