Dr Vrabec Performs Blade-Free Lasik in Wisconsin

Appleton, WI (PressExposure) October 06, 2009 -- Dr. Vrabec has performed more “blade-free” Lasik in Wisconsin than any other Lasik surgeon and the first surgeon to perform the iLasik surgery in Wisconsin. Over 95% of Dr. Vrabec’s patients see 20/20 or better in both eyes.

If a person is looking for Lasik in Wisconsin and they are tired of reading glasses, now they can turn back the hands of time. Dr. Vrabec’s patients are happily discovering that they can turn back the hands of time and restore their youthful vision, they once had. Freedom from reading glasses and bifocals is now possible, thanks to Dr. Vrabec and advanced technologies such as iLASIK monovision, CK or PRELEX.

LASIK is short for Laser Assisted in-Situ Keratomileusis. It is a procedure designed to reduce or eliminate nearsightedness or farsightedness with or without astigmatism. Nearsightedness, also called myopia, occurs when the shape of the eye is elongated resulting in the light being focused in front of the retina. Farsightedness, also called hyperopia, occurs when the shape of the eye is shortened so that light is focused behind the retina. Astigmatism is a condition in which light that enters the eye is focused at more than one place inside the eye. This happens when the cornea has different curvatures at different points.

Dr. Vrabec has performed thousands of the all-laser LASIK in Wisconsin during this time, with a patient satisfaction rate of 99%. There have been more than 17 million procedures performed worldwide to date with approximately 3.5 million in 2007 alone. LASIK is an approved procedure by the FDA (United States Food & Drug Administration).

For more information on Lasik in Wisconsin or Appleton Wisconsin, please go to http://www.Valleyeye.com today.

About Valley Eye Associates

Lisa Chmura - Senior Practice Consultant
Lasik Advertising Network
(262) 965-5970
Lasik Wisconsin

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Press Release Submitted On: October 06, 2009 at 8:31 pm
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