New York LASIK Surgery - Diamond Vision
Dr. Steven Stetson is a New York City LASIK and refractive surgery specialist in Manhattan. Dr. Stetson has performed over 80,000 refractive surgeries and is one of the most acclaimed LASIK surgeons in the country.
Prior to joining Diamond Vision, Dr. Stetson was Chief of Ophthalmology and Medical Director of the Air Force’s prestigious Air Force Academy Laser Eye Clinic. Under his guidance, the Air Force Academy Laser Eye Clinic achieved the best surgery results among the USAF’s six centers and Dr. Stetson was officially recognized for superior customer satisfaction.
Dr. Stetson graduated Cum Laude from Colgate University in New York, and then earned an MD degree with honors at the University Of Vermont College Of Medicine.
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LASIK is a life-changing procedure with many advantages:
- Safe - One of the safest elective procedures available and most patients are back to their routine in only one or two days.
- Saves Money – Often saves tens of thousands of dollars on glasses and contacts over a lifetime.
- Fast – LASIK procedures typically last only a few minutes.
New York LASIK Surgery - Diamond Vision
If you’re looking for LASIK in New York, you can rest assured that you have access to some of the nation’s top laser eye surgeons.
LASIK is a life-changing procedure with incredibly high patient satisfaction rates (over 95 percent), allowing New York residents clear vision for years to come. Most patients don’t need corrective lenses, such as glasses or contacts, following LASIK.
During the procedure, your surgeon will use a laser to reshape your cornea, allowing light to refract correctly so your vision is clear. LASIK can correct various refractive errors, including myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), and astigmatism.
Serious complications from LASIK are exceedingly rare, allowing patients to enjoy clear vision without issues.
If you need LASIK in New York, look for a surgeon who has performed thousands of surgeries and has access to the latest LASIK technology. You’ll start with an assessment to gauge whether you are a good candidate for LASIK.
Today’s life-changing procedures make it possible to improve your vision to 20/20—or better.
This is the most common type of laser eye surgery, during which a surgeon will reshape your cornea with a laser.
LASIK corrects nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism.
Photoreactive keratectomy (PRK) is another type of refractive laser eye surgery that corrects nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism.
The surgery removes the outer corneal layer so it is a good option for people with thin corneas who may not be candidates for LASIK.
Implantable collamer lens (ICL) surgery involves putting an artificial lens in the eye. Unlike RLE, the natural lens is not removed, and the artificial lens is placed between the natural lens and the iris.
ICL can correct nearsightedness and astigmatism. It is sometimes referred to as an implantable contact lens.
Dry eye is a common, irritating, and often painful condition in which the eye fails to properly produce quality tears. If left untreated, it can lead to a number of issues, even impairment of vision. There are a variety of treatments to relieve dry eyes.
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