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A Note from Lasik Surgeon Dr. CasterLasik laser vision correction is one of the great medical advances of our time when performed on the appropriate person in the proper way. Though you have lived with poor eyesight for years, you can now have this painless, five-minute treatment and walk out minutes later seeing well with your own eyes, without glasses or contact lenses. The Lasik Los Angeles treatment is an incredibly liberating and emotional experience. There is really no other medical procedure that combines such a profound improvement with a lack of pain and so very rapid recovery.
No one has technology that surpasses us. We use the latest Zeiss VisuMax laser, which is completely pain-free, for the first step of the Lasik procedure and for the Smile procedure, and the newest WaveLight Allegretto EX500 laser for the second step in Lasik, which is also completely pain-free. We perform all variations of laser vision correction, including all-laser Lasik, Femto-Lasik, PRK, Advanced Surface Treatment, Smile Lasik, and Lasek.
Andrew I. Caster, MD, FACS
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December 21, 2020, posted by: Caster Eye
We have so many creative patients, and they are so passionate about the wonderful improvement in their lives from Laser Vision Correction. We received this email from Ross: The first morning after my Lasik procedure, I was hit with a stroke of creativity, written in the form of “The Raven,” by Edgar Allan Poe. To ...
August 20, 2020, posted by: Caster Eye
Doctors are worried that the Covid-19 pandemic will cause more children to develop severe levels of nearsightedness in the future. The Covid-19 virus itself does not cause nearsightedness. But because of the pandemic, two lifestyle factors have changed: 1) children are spending much less time outdoors, and 2) children are spending much more time looking ...