LASIK Eye Surgery

The LASIK Procedure Lasts Only A Few Minutes

LASIK eye surgery has become a mainstream method of vision correction. Within minutes, those who struggle with nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism could be glasses-free and living a life of visual freedom. The average LASIK procedure takes only a matter of minutes.


Thin corneal flap is created


Cool-beam laser reshapes the cornea


Flap is repositioned and heals naturally

Is LASIK right for you?

Whiting Clinic has the most advanced specialized equipment for determining your LASIK Candidacy.

  • Nearsightedness


    Steep Cornea – images land short of the retina

  • Farsightedness


    Flat Cornea – images land past the retina

  • Astigmatism


    Imperfect Curvature – images land multiple places on the retina

Free 90 Minute Lasik Exam

At Whiting Clinic, finding out if you’re a candidate for LASIK is free of charge.

Our team of experts will spend 60 to 90 minutes guiding you through each step. We will take you through a series of tests and measurements to determine if you are a candidate for LASIK. If so, we will discuss your custom treatment options and determine the best time for you to schedule your LASIK procedure.

LASIK Recovery

The day of your LASIK procedure, you’ll be accompanied by a driver and spend approximately 90 minutes at Whiting Clinic.

The procedure itself is relatively painless, and only a few minutes per eye. After the procedure, you’ll be sent home to rest for 2-6 hours and resume most normal activities the very next morning. Your vision will already be dramatically improved, and many of our patients feel comfortable driving and returning to work the next day.

Frequently Asked Questions

Over the years, we’ve heard many myths about LASIK. After all, we’ve been in the field of laser vision correction longer than most. Please contact us with any questions.

LASIK will not interfere with having cataract surgery later in life.

True. You can have cataract surgery after correcting your vision with LASIK. Routine eye exams are the only way to identify eye conditions that may need treatment.

Routine eye exams are important after LASIK.

True. Even though your vision has been corrected, it is still essential to take care of your eyes by having a yearly routine eye exam.

LASIK is not recommended for everyone.

True. It is important to have your evaluation to determine if LASIK is right for you. While LASIK isn’t right for some people, we are happy to say that the majority of our patients can have LASIK.

LASIK can correct my astigmatism.

True. LASIK corrects nearsightedness, farsightedness, AND astigmatism. Your individual candidacy recommendation is based on meticulous diagnostic testing and your unique lifestyle.

LASIK is risky and untested.

False. LASIK technology has been evolving for over twenty years and has dramatically improved since 1996. Studies on patients who had earlier laser vision correction show their vision is still clear with no significant health effects. It is the most performed elective procedure in the world.

Will I see immediate results after LASIK?

True. You will notice a dramatic improvement in your vision immediately after your procedure, and most patients feel comfortable driving the very next day!

LASIK is painless.

True. Many of our patients describe the procedure as virtually painless. Some patients feel a stinging sensation for a short time afterward. Over-the-counter pain medication is enough to alleviate any discomfort.

LASIK is permanent.

True. The change made to your vision is permanent. Whiting Clinic offers a Lifetime Commitment for any future necessary laser vision enhancements.

Schedule Your Free LASIK Consultation.

We hope to speak with you soon and assist you on your journey toward better vision.

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