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LASIK Co-Management With Urias Eyecare In Midland TX

LASIK surgery represents the state of the art in modern refractive vision correction. Instead of fitting your eyes with lenses that alter the way incoming light enters the eye, the surgeon actually reshapes your corneas to do this job, resulting in lens-free visual clarity. But this surgery must be supported by proper pre-operative preparations and post-operative care if you want to enjoy the best possible results. That's why you need to consult Urias Eyecare, your source for LASIK co-management in Midland TX.

women getting exam for lasikAre You a Good Candidate? Our Optometrist Can Tell You

Not everyone is automatically a good candidate for LASIK surgery. The best candidates for the procedure are at least 18 (this is a requirement) with a vision prescription that has remained relatively stable for 2 or more years. Their eyes are free of complicating factors such as glaucoma, Keratoconus, herpes zoster, cataracts, and other problems. They're also not troubled by autoimmune issues, vascular diseases or diabetes. Last but not least, good candidates understand and accept that there's no guarantee of perfect results.

Our optometrist will perform a detailed eye and vision evaluation while also analyzing your overall health and current degree of refractive error to determine whether you're a good candidate for LASIK. We will also check your eyelid structure, tear film (since LASIK can worsen dry eye), and the thickness of your corneas. If the corneal tissue is too thin, we may recommend an alternative procedure such as PRK. Unlike LASIK, PRK doesn't require sufficiently thick corneas to create a movable flap at the front of the eye.

LASIK Co-Management Surgery Preparations and Follow-up Care

Our team will prepare you for your LASIK surgery by making detailed measurements of your eyes and making sure your refractive prescription is updated. We can also refer you to a skilled eye surgeon and brief you on what to expect from the procedure. The day after your procedure, we will want to see you for a follow-up exam so we can make sure your tissues will heal properly and you're getting the right results for this early stage of recovery. We will then schedule several additional follow-ups after the fourth day, first, month, third month, sixth month, and the first year after surgery so we can guide and monitor your full recuperation. 

Considering LASIK? Contact Urias Eyecare In Midland, TX Today!

Don't consider LASIK surgery until you've lined up your LASIK co-management in Midland. Call Urias Eyecare at (432) 368-4102 to arrange for a pre-operative consultation and evaluation. We can help you bring your vision correction journey to a successful conclusion!

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  • "We use Urias Eyecare for all of our family’s vision needs. Recently, we had to have our youngest fitted for new glasses and he made the experience fun for her and informative for us. We know Dr. Urias will always take good care of our family’s eye care and that’s why we wouldn’t go to anywhere else."
    The Harrison Family