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Patients throughout the region can get innovative eye care at Limberg Eye Surgery. The team at this state-of-the-art practice offers cutting-edge vision care. 

Patients have access to many types of solutions for modern eye care and vision enhancements. By providing evidence-based comprehensive eye exams, patients can expect to receive the best possible options for their specific eye health and vision needs.

The team at Limberg Eye Surgery want to ensure each patient maintains optimal eye health. They have advanced diagnostic equipment, including advanced retinal photography, corneal topography, and optical coherence tomography (OCT). The team even has extensive training in fitting patients for specialty contact lenses, including contacts for astigmatism.

Patients can also get treatment for computer-related vision problems, including eye strain and chronic dry eye, at the clinic. For patients who want permanent vision improvement solutions, the team provides the most advanced LASIK procedures from our dedicated, state-of-the art LASIK facility.

The team at Limberg Eye Surgery understand that each patient’s time is valuable. They offer flexible scheduling for full-scope eye exams with advanced visual field testing, LASIK consultations, contact lens exams, and more. The team welcomes new and existing patients to the practice.

  • What is LASIK?
    Laser-assisted in-situ keratomileusis surgery, or LASIK for short, involves permanently correcting your vision with the help of laser technology. During your procedure, your specialized optometrist gently creates a thin flap over your cornea. This exposes your underlying corneal tissue. The state-of-the-art LASIK system then uses a computerized tracking device to send laser energy to targeted areas of your eye tissue. This helps reshape your cornea and ultimately improves your eye’s ability to focus on light. The treatment is essential for helping the retina in the back of your eye process images and send them to your brain.
  • When will my vision improve after LASIK?
    One of the major benefits of LASIK surgery is that the results are almost immediate. Most men and women report that they can see more clearly shortly after surgery. Initially, it’s entirely normal to feel some burning or itching, in addition to hazy or blurry vision. Over the following few hours, though, your vision gradually starts to improve. It’s common for LASIK surgery recipients to report being able to see the alarm clock clearly from across the room upon waking, without needing glasses.
  • What is the recovery like after LASIK?
    Recovery time is minimal and you can typically return to work within a few days after LASIK. Your dedicated optometrist at Limberg Eye Surgery generally wants to see you for a follow-up visit a couple days after your surgery just to ensure your eyes are healing correctly and to check your vision. Usually, you have to use specialized eyedrops to prevent infection, lubricate your eyes, and minimize inflammation for at least several days or up to a few weeks after surgery. It’s also safest to avoid exercise and sports for at least three days. The team is going to schedule regular check-up visits for the first six months, depending on your needs and how well you recover. For more on LASIK recover, visit:
  • Am I a candidate for LASIK?
    With advancements in LASIK technology, more and more men and women are candidates than ever before. You might be an ideal candidate for LASIK if you have: Myopia, or nearsightedness Hyperopia, or farsightedness Astigmatism, or misshapen eyes LASIK can help improve issues with many other types of eye conditions, too. The best way to determine if you’re a candidate for LASIK is to schedule a screening at Limberg Eye Surgery. They perform a thorough corneal topography to evaluate the curvature of your eye, as well as a comprehensive eye exam to see if LASIK is right for you. Visit LimbergLASIK to find out more:
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