Serving patients seeking LASIK eye surgery (iLASIK) in Austin and the surrounding area
Shannon Wong, MD, John Odette, MD and Marie Bui, MD are board-certified ophthalmologists who comprise the medical and surgical team of Austin Eye, a comprehensive eye care practice serving Austin LASIK eye surgery patients in two convenient locations. The ophthalmologists of Austin Eye are committed to providing their patients with the finest technology and the latest surgical techniques. They were the first to perform LASIK eye surgery in Austin and have since remained on the leading-edge of advancements in vision correction. Austin Eye was among the first 25 centers in the United States to utilize IntraLase technology for all-laser LASIK (IntraLASIK or iLASIK) and was the first in Austin to offer wavefront-guided IntraLASIK surgery. The surgical and medical staff of Austin Eye strives to deliver the quality of eye care they would hope to receive themselves.
In addition to LASIK, Austin Eye is often visited by patients seeking a cataract surgeon Austin patients trust. Their surgeons offer refractive cataract surgery and a range of other eye care services, including lens implant surgery, glaucoma treatment, diabetic eye care, corneal transplantation surgery, reconstructive eyelid surgery as well as routine eye exams and cosmetic facial rejuvenation treatments with Botox and Juvederm injectables.
To schedule a complimentary one-on-one consultation with Austin LASIK surgeon Dr. Shannon Wong, Dr. John Odette or Dr. Marie Bui, please contact Austin Eye at (512) 250-2020.
More About Vision Correction at Austin Eye
At Austin Eye LASIK is performed using the all-laser IntraLASIK surgery (custom iLASIK) technique. This procedure combines leading-edge diagnostic equipment with bladeless LASIK technology for customized treatments and optimal vision correction results and safety.
To perform iLASIK surgery, the eye surgeons at Austin Eye first use a wavefront measurement device to obtain a unique corneal map of each eye that identifies even the most subtle refractive errors. Next, a femtosecond laser is used to create the corneal flap. Then the detailed wavefront map is used to guide an excimer laser, which reshapes the cornea, thereby bringing clear vision into focus. Following surgery, the corneal flap is placed in its original position to protect the eye during the healing process. Patients who undergo custom iLASIK often experience improved vision within the next 24 hours and are able to see better at all distances, often without the need for glasses or contact lenses.