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Laser Vision Correction in Denver, CO

At Dishler Laser Institute, we specialize in LASIK laser treatment for eyes in Denver, CO, providing a state-of-the-art solution to vision correction. Our experienced surgeons employ cutting-edge technology to reshape the cornea, enhancing light focus on the retina.

This quick and virtually painless procedure effectively addresses common vision issues like nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. LASIK, among other options like PRK and SMILE, offers a safe and efficient way to reduce or eliminate dependence on glasses and contacts. We prioritize precision and care to deliver optimal results for our patients.

Personalized Care & Swift Recovery

Choosing Dishler Laser Institute means choosing a personalized approach to laser eye surgery. Our team meticulously assesses each patient, ensuring they are suitable candidates for the procedure. Leveraging advanced technology and techniques, we prioritize minimizing downtime, enabling a speedy return to normal activities.

Trust our dedicated surgeons to guide you through the process, answer your questions, and assist you in taking the first step toward improved vision. Contact us today to discover if you qualify for laser vision correction and bid farewell to glasses and contacts.

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LASIK

Traditional Microkeratome (Blade) LASIK: a flap, hinged piece of corneal tissue, is created in the outer corneal layer with and-held surgical device, folded back, and the underlying tissue is sculpted with a laser (tissue ablation).

Modern 21st-century Advanced Femto-LASIK: a fast and highly precise laser called a femtosecond laser is used to create a detailed and predictable flap.

Things to Consider:

  • Great Treatment Option for Patients With Healthy Corneas
  • Immediate Vision
  • Quicker Recovery Period (4 to 12 Hours) With Low Discomfort
  • Some Technology Sounds and Odors During Surgery

SMILE

A laser is used to create a thin, contact lens-shaped layer just beneath the surface of the eye and then a small opening through which that layer is removed, correcting your vision.

Things to Consider:

  • Great Treatment Option for Patients With Healthy Corneas, Dry Eye Tendency, and/or Active Lifestyles
  • Minimally Invasive Surgery, With Only a Small Opening
  • Quicker Recovery Period (4 to 12 Hours) With Minimal Discomfort
  • Comfortable Surgery Experience With No Sound or Odor

PRK

The thin outer corneal layer (epithelium) is removed with an alcohol solution or a special brush, and underlying tissue is reshaped with an excimer laser. A bandage contact lens is placed over the eye until the epithelium grows back

Things to Consider:

  • Great Treatment Option for Patients With Thin Corneas
  • Requires No Flap, Reducing Risks of Post-Surgical Complications and Infection
  • Extended Recovery Period (3 to 7 Days) With Some Discomfort
  • Some Technology Sounds and Odors During Surgery