Learn About LASIK Surgery
For patients seeking LASIK in Boston, D'Ambrosio Eye Care with its offices in Acton, Lancaster, and Gardner, Massachusetts is a convenient, experienced and affordable eye care practice that has been serving Massachusetts residents for more than 20 years. Francis D'Ambrosio Jr, M.D., a highly experienced Massachusetts LASIK surgeon believes that the decision to have LASIK Surgery in Massachusetts or Custom LASIK Laser Vision Correction is an intensely personal one. LASIK or Laser Vision Correction should be something you wish to do for yourself and only after a thorough consultation with an experienced doctor and their staff. It is the LASIK surgeon and their staff that will ultimately provide you with the best Lasik Eye Surgery or Custom Lasik Laser Vision Correction experience and results. Most important, at D'Ambrosio Eye Care offices in Acton, Lancaster and Gardner, Massachusetts our Laser Eye Surgeons feel having all of your questions and concerns regarding LASIK Eye Surgery or Custom LASIK Eye Surgery addressed as part of your information gathering and personal education process about eye surgery is critical. Laser eye operations for vision correction or eye diseases require individualized and personalized information and education and should be obtained directly from D'Ambrosio Eye Care's Acton, Lancaster and Gardner, Massachusetts laser eye surgeons, eye doctors and staff. The surgeon and their staff should be considered an important educational resource for you. We are confident that using the information provided within this site and at www.seewithlasik.com in conjunction with the opportunity for a free LASIK consultation at D'Ambrosio Eye Care's offices in Acton, Lancaster or Gardner, Massachusetts, will help you make an informed decision as to whether LASIK Surgery in Boston at D'Ambrosio Eye Care is right for you.
No matter what type of Laser Eye Surgery you are considering it is important to take the time to become familiar with the facts. www.seewithlasik.com is a useful resource for learning about most topics related to LASIK Surgery including the various LASIK Eye Surgery procedures, Bladeless LASIK, LASIK Risks & Complications, possible LASIK problems and the cost of LASIK. By using it's LASIK Surgeon Directory you can find many convenient locations for your evaluation and consultation. The consultation is your first step in determining whether the choice of Laser Vision Correction is the best vision correction option for you. For some patients there may be LASIK risks and complications or even contraindications to having LASIK that may make other refractive surgery options safer and more effective. This is particularly the case for those patients who are somewhat older than 40 and have entered into the phase of aging eye changes called Presbyopia. For patients who are nearsighted, farsighted or who have astigmatism but also are Presbyopia, it is worth getting the facts on near vision Presbyopia correcting Intraocular lens implants (IOL) such as the AcrySof® ReSTOR® Intraocular Lens Implant (IOL), the ReZoom™ Multifocal Lens Implant, the Crystalens® Accommodating Lens Implant or the Tecnis™ Multifocal Lens Implant. While typically used to correct vision after removal of a Cataract, they can be used to correct near vision and Presbyopia in patients who are poor candidates for LASIK due to the presence of Presbyopia along with their distance vision problem.