LASIK Candidacy in Detroit

Also serving Rochester, Troy, & Macomb

Laser vision correction is a relatively safe procedure used to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. If you are trying to decide if it’s right for you, it’s best to discuss it with your doctor. You will need to undergo a complete eye exam that will look at the health of your eyes and determine the degree of nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. You must be at least 18 years old, have a stable prescription, and have no active eye disease.

Ask yourself, are you tired of wearing glasses or contacts? Do you play sports where eyewear is getting in your way? Do you feel less attractive wearing glasses? Are you tired of hassling with contacts? If your answer is yes to any of these questions, and you want to eliminate or reduce your dependence on corrective lenses, you may want to consider laser vision correction.

Free LASIK Eye Surgery Screening in Detroit

For a limited time, Dr. Mark Weingarten, a leading Rochester and Detroit laser eye surgery specialist, is offering free screenings, normally priced at $200, so you can find out how your vision can be improved. The screening takes just 20 minutes, and there is no cost or obligation. For your FREE Screening ($200 value) contact our Rochester, MI office day or night and say “I wish to set up a free LASIK screening”. In either case, please be sure to provide your name, phone number including area code, and time you can be reached.

Take the LASIK Candidate Quiz

1. What is your age?
2. Do you have dry eye problems?
3. Has your glasses or contact prescription been stable for at least 12 months?
4. Do you know your prescription?
5. Do you wear reading glasses or bifocals?
6. Have you ever had an eye injury or eye surgery?
7. Over 98% of LASIK patients see 20/20 or better after surgery. The results of LASIK laser vision correction have been tremendous for literally millions of people. Despite the amazing safety and results of this procedure there are associated risks. Are you willing to discuss these risks with our LASIK coordinator?

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