At the Windsor Laser Eye Institute we offer a wide range of procedures that may suit your visual needs.
A complimentary consultation at the Windsor Laser Eye Institute will provide all the information you need to make an informed decision on the procedure that is most suitable for your eyes.
Consultations at the Windsor Laser Eye Institute are intended to educate you on your surgical options. Our no obligation approach allows you to make an informed decision for your eyes in a timeline that best suits your needs.
Today's technology has improved significantly and makes laser vision correction safer and more precise than ever before.
Laser Vision Correction
One of the most critical components to great vision is the cornea – the “window” of your eye. The job of the cornea is to bend or refract light rays so that they focus on the retina. Vision disorders occur when the cornea fails to focus light exactly where it should on the retina. LASIK reshapes the cornea so that the light rays focus precisely where they should be.
Laser surgery corrects for the following visual disorders:
With hyperopia, the eye is too short, or the cornea is less curved, resulting in light rays that focus too far behind the retina. The result is blurred vision that is worse at near distance than far distance.
This is the most common refractive disorder. Myopia is the result of the eye being too long or a cornea that is too curved. This results in the light rays focusing in front of the retina. People who are myopic (nearsighted) typically see better at near distances but their distance vision is blurred.
Astigmatism occurs when your cornea is shaped liked a football with two different curvatures, therefore two different focal points. This causes images to appear blurred or ghostly because light rays are refracted unequally.
Our Available Procedures
Custom LASIK or Custom PRK
Custom LASIK procedures enable your surgeon to customize a procedure to your individual eyes. Learn More
Refractive Lens Exchange (RLE)
The natural lens is removed and replaced with an implanted lens reducing the need for glasses. Learn More
Implantable Contact Lens
An option for patients with high degrees of myopia or hyperopia, who cannot be corrected with LASIK. Learn More