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Techniques to help the millions of people affected by vision conditions such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism have greatly advanced over the years. In fact, with state-of-the-art laser vision correction and other options, patients who have long depended on eyeglasses and contact lenses to help them see more clearly can now significantly reduce their reliance on corrective eyewear. The experienced team of eye doctors and laser vision correction surgeons at New Eyes offer a number of procedures, including LASIK, PRK, and implantable contact lenses, that can improve your vision with amazing results.


LASIK is one of the most popular vision correction procedures available, and can lead to extraordinary vision improvement for patients who have myopia, hyperopia, or astigmatism. This treatment is designed to reshape the cornea using laser energy, ultimately allowing the eyes to better focus on objects at near or far distances.

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PRK is an excimer laser procedure that can offer an effective alternative for patients who have corneas that are too thin for LASIK surgery. The entire treatment process lasts only minutes, and the results can dramatically improve your vision and reduce your dependence on glasses or contacts.

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The EVO ICL™ is an advanced vision correction tool that can be implanted into the cornea to correct a number of refractive errors. This minimally-invasive treatment is often recommended for patients with mild to severe myopia or astigmatism. The EVO ICL™ can also be an excellent option for those who are ineligible for or uninterested in LASIK surgery.

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Astigmatism Correction

Astigmatism is a very common eye condition that can cause blurry and impaired vision. There are a variety of advanced treatments that can improve the condition, including options for cataract patients who have pre-existing astigmatism.

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Presbyopia Correction

Presbyopia is a condition which affects the ability to clearly see objects at a close distance. It is extremely common in people aged 40 and over. New Eyes offers advanced intraocular lens options that can be placed during cataract surgery to help you reduce near-distant vision problems.

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If you would like more information on how our vision correction options can help meet your needs, or if you would like to schedule a consultation with one of our eye specialists, please contact New Eyes today. We will be happy to answer any questions you may have.