The FDA has a lot of information about finding the right LASIK doctor. Below are a list of things that you should be aware of if you are considering Refractive Surgery.

  1. Compare. The levels of risk and benefit vary slightly not only from procedure to procedure, but from device to device depending on the manufacturer, and from surgeon to surgeon depending on their level of experience with a particular procedure.
  2. Don’t base your decision simply on cost and don’t settle for the first eye center, doctor, or procedure you investigate. Remember that the decisions you make about your eyes and refractive surgery will affect you for the rest of your life.
  3. Be wary of eye centers that advertise, “20/20 vision or your money back” or “package deals.” There are never any guarantees in medicine.

At Davis Vision, we couldn’t agree more with these recommendations.  Dr. Davis and his staff are very conservative when it comes to YOUR eyes.  You will never be upgraded or upcharged unless it will benefit the end result of your vision.  With more than 26,000 vision correction procedures completed, you can trust Dr. Davis to recommend the right procedure for you.