Today's Most Innovative Laser Vision Correction Procedure
The Wait is Over
The introduction of the iLASIK procedure means the wait for better vision is over. This procedure has been used to treat more eyes than any other laser vision treatment available today. No other system measures up to the iLASIK procedure, combining the world's most advanced vision correction advancements into one safe and effective treatment.
Technical Excellence At Every Step
The iLASIK procedure combines two advanced lasers with a 3-D mapping process in one integrated, blade-free procedure. To begin with, 3-D mapping captures your personalized refractive signature which, like a fingerprint, is unique to each of your eyes and provides the customized correction needed to personalize your iLASIK treatment. Next, a very thin, precise flap of corneal tissue is created. This flap is folded back, and your personalized iLASIK Procedure is performed.
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The Exceptional Results You're Looking For
Only the iLASIK procedure has earned FDA approval to treat the broadest range of vision imperfections possible, including mild to severe nearsightedness, farsightedness and all types of astigmatism.
Only the iLASIK procedure combines the technology that persuaded NASA to allow laser vision correction for their astronauts.
The technology behind the iLASIK procedure helps physicians take more of their patients beyond 20/20 vision.
iLASIK is affordable with payment plans provided. The monthly payment per eye is in the range of a cable TV or cell phone bill. Click here for details.
AST/PRK vs. LASIK
Some patients are better candidates for other vision correction procedures. Click here to learn more about AST/PRK. The costs and payment plans for AST/PRK are the same as for iLASIK.
Why Choose Dr. Zudans for your iLASIK procedure?
Val Zudans, M.D. completed his residency at the prestigious Bascom Palmer Eye Institute (rated the #1 eye hospital in the US for nine consecutive years) in Miami. While a resident, he recieved formal training in LASIK, AST, AK and LTK. He has subsequently completed training in CK and Intac Corneal Ring Segments. Dr. Zudans offers the full range of refractive surgery options to best suit each individual patient. The Laser Center at the Florida Eye Institute has emerged as the premier refractive surgery center in the area. Eye doctors from the surrounding area have been trained to perform and co-manage the surgical correction of refractive errors at the Center and active research continues.
Dr. Zudans offers initial LASIK consultations free of charge for those that are interested in this life-changing procedure. If you are interested in this or one of our other refractive surgeries, please schedule a consultation* with Dr. Zudans by calling 772-569-9500 or by requesting an appointment online.
*IMPORTANT: Soft contact lens wearers should discontinue their contacts for three (3) days prior to their consultation.
Important Patient Safety Information: Laser assisted in-situ keratomileusis (LASIK) can only be performed by a trained physician and is specified for reduction or elimination of myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism as indicated within the product labeling.
Laser refractive surgery is contraindicated for patients:
who have collagen vascular, autoimmune, or immunodeficiency diseases
who are pregnant or nursing
who have signs of keratoconus or abnormal corneal topography
who are taking one or both of the following medications: isotretinoin (Accutane®) and amiodarone hydrochloride (Cordarone®).
Potential side effects to laser refractive surgery may include glare, dry eye, as well as other visual anomalies. iLASIK uses a femtosecond laser that cuts a flap on the surface of the cornea; potential side effects may include flap related complications. Consult with your eye care professional and Patient Information Booklet (available at consultation) regarding the potential risks and benefits for laser refractive surgery. Results may vary for each individual patient.
Restricted Device: U.S. Federal Law restricts this device to sale, distribution, and use by or on the order of a physician or other licensed eye care practitioner. U.S. Federal Law restricts the use of this device to practitioners who have been trained in its calibration and operation and who have experience in the surgical treatment and management of refractive errors.