LASIK surgery in Vero Beach and the nearby areas - New Vision Eye Center patient reviews
Dr. David O’Brien of New Vision Eye Center is the refractive surgeon that Vero Beach patients trust for quality care and exceptional visual results. He has performed more than 11,000 laser vision correction procedures to help patients enjoy a better quality of life, by reducing their dependence on glasses or contact lenses. Dr. O’Brien has been a LASIK patient himself, having undergone bilateral hyperopic correction in 1998.
New Vision exclusively offers the latest version of laser vision correction, topography-guided LASIK, to patients on the Treasure Coast with nearsightedness or nearsightedness with astigmatism. Farsightedness can still be treated with traditional LASIK laser vision correction. Recently approved by the FDA, topographic LASIK is the latest and most advanced technology on the market. Patients treated with this technology experience a better quality of vision than those treated with traditional LASIK treatments. This latest advancement in LASIK technology, since its introduction in the 1990s, surpasses any improvements that have been made in the past 15 years.
Patients undergoing topographic LASIK achieve a better quality of vision than they could while wearing eyeglasses or contact lenses to correct their nearsightedness or nearsightedness with astigmatism.
Patients considering laser vision correction are evaluated one-on-one by Dr. O’Brien during a thorough eye examination. At this visit, he will determine candidacy for the procedure and let the patient know what sort of outcome they could expect based on their specific prescription, age and other determining factors.
Schedule a consultation with New Vision Eye Center to discuss your LASIK candidacy, detailed procedure steps and recovery expectations, and get a cost estimate for surgery (including information related to available financing).
More about Laser Vision Correction at New Vision Eye Center
During laser vision correction, Dr. O’Brien creates a small flap on the surface of the eye and carefully folds it back. Using an excimer laser, he meticulously reshapes the corneal tissue to improve the eye’s refractive error and enable it to focus light onto the retina. When Dr. O’Brien is finished making these modifications, he restores the flap to the surface of the eye, where it heals itself.
For a more customizable experience, Dr. O’Brien can use sophisticated wavefront technology to capture detailed information about the unique irregularities of the patient’s eye. This information is then used to tailor treatment to the patient’s specific needs.
Dr. O’Brien offers other laser vision correction procedures, including advanced surface treatment (AST) and conductive keratoplasty (CK), for patients that do not qualify for traditional LASIK. His other areas of focus include eyelid surgery and treatment of corneal disorders and diseases.