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No More Glasses. No More Contacts: LASIK Milwaukee

If you dream of seeing clearly without glasses or contact lenses, it’s time to find out whether LASIK is right for you. At Milwaukee Eye Surgeons in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Kenneth Weinlander, MD, a fellowship-trained cornea specialist, offers LASIK surgery to correct your vision. Call the practice or schedule a consultation online to find out if LASIK can meet your needs.

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LASIK, which stands for laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis, is a leading refractive surgery that can correct most cases of nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia), and astigmatism.

The surgery reshapes your cornea to adjust the way your eye focuses light on the retina, eliminating the need for glasses or contact lenses.

Dr. Weinlander is a fellowship-trained cornea specialist who provides thorough exams to determine whether you’re a good candidate for LASIK. During your consultation, he evaluates:

  • The severity of your refractive error
  • The thickness and shape of your cornea
  • Quantity and quality of your tears
  • Pupil size
  • Signs of other eye diseases

In general, you need to be in good health overall, be over the age of 18, and have a stable prescription for corrective lenses.

LASIK doesn’t correct presbyopia, the age-related changes that reduce your close vision. The procedure also isn’t appropriate for very severe myopia, hyperopia, or astigmatism.

If you aren’t a good candidate for LASIK surgery in Milwaukee, Dr. Weinlander also offers photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) and refractive lens exchanges.

Searching for a LASIK surgeon Milwaukee residents trust? Look no further than Milwaukee Eye Surgeons.

LASIK surgery in Milwaukee is a quick outpatient procedure. Dr. Weinlander prepares you for surgery by giving you numbing eye drops and placing a guard on your eye to hold it open during the procedure.

Then, Dr. Weinlander uses a laser to reshape your cornea, a procedure that takes only about 15 minutes to treat both of your eyes.

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A friend or family member needs to drive you home after your LASIK procedure. The surgery causes temporary swelling that leads to blurry vision.

It would be best if you didn’t drive until you have a follow-up appointment with Dr. Weinlander the day after your surgery so he can check your vision and verify the success of your LASIK procedure.

Your eyes will feel itchy and gritty for a few days, but you must not rub your eyes while you recover. Dr. Weinlander provides an eye guard for you to wear while you sleep to protect your eyes.

While your vision should be nearly perfect the day after your surgery, your vision continues to improve over the next few days as any surgery-related swelling subsides.

If you’re interested in LASIK Eye Surgery Milwaukee or another type of refractive surgery, call Milwaukee Eye Surgeons or make an appointment online today.

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"Dr. Weinlander is very knowledgeable, thorough and patient! He spent time helping me understand more about my eye health. I was very satisfied with the service I received."

- Brian K.

"Great location, nice office, and personable staff. It was easy to schedule and I was able to get a contacts and glasses prescription. All COVID measures were in place and everything was wiped down and sanitized so I felt super safe. Recommended this place to my mom and I will be visiting again."

- Julie E.

"Dr. Weinlander is incredibly knowledgeable and was able to take a more conservative approach to my eye problem where my regular optometrist wanted to do something that would have been painful and costly. I highly recommend setting an appointment at Milwaukee Eye Surgeons."

- Scott G.

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