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Clarity Laser Vision Center Member Physicians perform the following procedures in our state of the art facility:

Glossary of Terms

Nearsightedness (Myopia)
Nearsightedness occurs when the focal point of an image falls short of the retina, causing images far away to appear blurry.

Farsightedness (Hyperopia)
Farsightedness occurs when the focal point of an image falls beyond the retina, causing closer images to appear blurry. 

Astigmatism is an irregular curvature of the cornea. Astigmatism occurs when there are multiple focal points attempting to focus on the retina, and this results in blurred or double vision at all distances. 

Presbyopia refers to the inevitable loss of near vision that affects everyone after the age of 40.

Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases that involves damage to the nerve in the back of the eye. If left untreated, glaucoma can result in blindness.

Keratoconus is an eye condition that prohibits the eye from being able to hold its normal, round shape. The cornea of the eye with keratoconus will usually bulge outward into a cone shape, making the eye unsuitable for LASIK procedures.   INTACS are sometimes used to treat or slow down the progression of kerataconus.  Call us if you've been diagnosed with this disease.

A cataract is a lens of the eye that has become clouded. This clouding of the lens is a result of protein changes inside the crystalline lens and is common in the aging eye or the eye that has experienced a trauma. The effect of this clouding is desaturated colors and impaired vision.

LASIC is a common misspelling (or outdated spelling) of “LASIK” or "LASEK."  (See below.)

LASEK is essentially a variation on PRK in which a manual attempt is made to save the epithelium. It has been replaced by the mechanical Epi-LASIK. 

iLASIK is an AMO marketing campaign emphasizing the use of both Intralase (bladeless LASIK) flap creation technology and CustomVue wavefront treatment technologies (delivered with the Visx S4-IR laser); in short, the safest, most sophisticated way to perform LASIK available today. (We've been doing it for years here, we just called it Custom IntraLASIK.)