Choose the Best for Your LASIK and Cataract Surgery in Portland
Our team in Portland takes a personal, professional, and thorough approach when working with each patient. We offer a wide range of eye care services to meet the needs of our patients, and we are committed to providing you with the absolute best visual outcome, delivered in a caring, patient-centered environment. Our ophthalmologists are all board-certified physicians who work closely with our staff of highly trained and experienced clinicians to deliver the very best in care.
At NVISION® Eye Centers, we provide life-changing results, an exceptional experience, and a lifetime commitment to your LASIK vision correction.
- Industry-leading surgeons and vision outcomes with more than 2 million successful procedures
- The most advanced laser and diagnostic technology available
- Financing available - no down payment, zero or low interest, low monthly payments
- Free LASIK consultations
- Use your FSA/HSA balance toward LASIK before it expires in December
Locations in Portland
Today's life-changing procedures make it possible to improve your vision to 20/20—or better.
Cataract eye surgery is a very common and medically necessary procedure to remove and replace the eye’s natural lens when the vision has been clouded by a cataract. We offer laser-assisted cataract surgery and lifestyle lenses as options for our patients.
Contoura® Vision LASIK
Contoura® Vision is a topography-guided LASIK treatment designed to provide a more personalized laser procedure for patients with nearsightedness, or nearsightedness with astigmatism, based on the unique corneal topography of each eye. Contoura® Vision creates a Highly Precise and Accurate map of a patient’s eyes measuring up to 22,000 unique elevation points on each eye.
These are medical conditions that affect your eyelid. Entropion is a medical condition where the eyelid is turned inward, caused your eyelashes to interact with the eyeball. Ectropion is a medical condition where the eyelid is turned outward so that the edge does not touch the eyeball.