Holiday LASIK seminar tonight at North Shore Eye Care with Dr John Mauro

Posted on Dec 27 2011 by John Mauro

 

Is it time for you to think about LASIK surgery. Here at North Shore Eye Care, we offer free consultations to see if you are a LASIK candidate. When it comes to laser eye surgery, our board certified eye surgeons (Dr. Larry Zweibel Dr.Jeffrey Martin and Dr. John Mauro) perform only Custom Bladeless Lasik. Come join us for our LASIK seminar tonight with Dr John Mauro. One of the reasons why we are so successful here at North Shore Eye Care is because we are very meticulous with our testing and strive to provide the most accurate results for our patients. Is it time for you to think about LASIK surgery. Here at North Shore Eye Care, we offer free consultations to see if you are a LASIK candidate. Not every one can have laser corrective surgery. There are many diagnostic tests that need to be done in order to make this decision. This includes but is not limited to: assessing pupil size, cornea thickness, cornea’s shape (topography), the health of the cornea, checking for dry eyes, patient’s prescription and age and the overall health of the eye. Laser refractive surgery has become so advanced in the last ten years and has had tremendous results.  

When it comes to laser eye surgery, our board certified eye surgeons (Dr. Larry Zweibel Dr.Jeffrey Martin and Dr. John Mauro) perform only Custom Bladeless Lasik. A thin flap using the Intralase laser is made in the superficial layer of the cornea. There are no blades used for the entire procedure. We also use Visx Customvue wavescan for a truly customized laser vision correction experience. We also use iris registration which allows the laser to align exactly with anatomic landmarks of each person's individual iris. There combination provide the most advanced LASIK vision correction procedure available. We offer 0 % financing for 2 years. This financing allows our patients to afford the procedure and pay over time without high interest rates. 

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