LASIK (Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis) is an outpatient procedure which uses a cool beam of light from a laser to reshape the cornea (the front surface of your eye). This is done to allow light to properly focus on the retina (the back of the eye) so clear vision can be achieved. Many of our patients achieve 20/20 vision or better after LASIK.
Boling Vision Center is considered the top LASIK provider in our Michiana area – South Bend, Elkhart, Goshen, and Notre Dame. We are the first and only vision care center offering a custom-built refractive suite specially designed for vision correction patients. This is important because it allows us to provide a highly controlled, comfortable environment to carry out the most precise and safe procedures possible.
Dr. Boling II is considered one of the top LASIK doctors in our area. He:
Learn more about Dr. Boling II and Boling Vision Center’s other experienced LASIK surgeons.
Many people have anxiety over the LASIK process – we completely understand. Our team works tirelessly to help you relax and make you comfortable throughout the process. You will be fully informed about each step of the procedure. Amazingly, the procedure itself lasts less than 5 minutes and patients are typically in and out of the laser suite in less than 15 minutes.
Here is what to expect:
Some patients recover within a few hours; some take a few days. Most patients are amazed how much they enjoy their new and clearer daily life in Michiana.
Boling Vision Center is the first and only practice in the Michiana area to permanently own and maintain our LASIK technology for optimized performance and patient safety. In our custom-built refractive suite we offer:
No obligation: that’s the first thing we want you to know about our free LASIK consultations in Elkhart, Goshen and Notre Dame. Boling Vision Center offers free consultations to ensure your eyes are healthy enough for LASIK and to answer all of the questions you have about how the procedure is done, our success rates and our surgeons’ experience. If you are a candidate for LASIK it will be completely up to you to decide if and when to have this life-changing procedure.
LASIK candidates must be at least 18 years of age with eyes that have developed and matured properly. You must also have had stable vision for at least one year.
Certain conditions may disqualify you for LASIK such as:
We will make sure you fully understand the minimal risks associated with LASIK and help you set realistic expectations for the outcome of your procedure.