LASIK and Visian ILC

LASIK laser vision correction uses a laser to reshape the cornea and correct common visual impairments such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism.

LASIK Treatment and Refractive Surgery


Are you tired of fumbling with your contacts in the morning, or struggling with bulky eyeglasses that obstruct your vision? Do you wish you never had to use these vision-correcting methods in the first place?

Wearing contacts can cause damage to your eyes over time, and being dependent on glasses can be dangerous should you lose them or not have access to them for any reason. Dr. Ehrenhaus, is here to help you, with LASIK laser vision correction. LASIK is a trusted technology that has been changing the lives of patients for several years – you will be able to see, without any contact lenses or eyeglasses!

How does it work?

LASIK laser vision correction uses a laser to reshape the cornea and correct common visual impairments such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. Many patients are apprehensive at the use of a laser, and the idea of eye surgery in general, but our friendly staff is here to put you at ease, and you can trust Dr. Ehrenhaus to do the best work possible. The procedure is truly worth any short-term anxiety you feel, and your fears will melt away as soon as you experience the incredible results that laser vision correction provides.

Visian ICL


The Visian ICL (Implantable Collamer Lens) on the other hand, is a lens that is permanently implanted in the eye behind the iris and in front of the natural lens. The lens is intended to correct moderate to severe nearsightedness (myopia) for those patients who do not qualify for LASIK.

The Visian ICL procedure can help you live life uninhibited by getting rid of the hassles of contacts and glasses.

Unlike other vision correction procedures, Visian ICL does not cause dry eye syndrome, which could mean a more comfortable journey as you achieve visual freedom.

LASIK Femtosecond

LASIK Xtra Procedure

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INTRALASIK Patient Education

Informed Consent

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