Posted by: Manhattan LASIK Center

When LASIK first came out, it was clear eye-tracking technology was necessary to improve the procedure. Over the last two decades, advancements in technology have vastly improved the quality of LASIK eye surgery. Manhattan LASIK Center is proud to be a part of the research and improvements with fellowships at Harvard and Cornell. Our revolutionary offices use top-of-the-line 3-D eye-tracking software and technologies. 

What happens to moving eyes during LASIK 

In early LASIK procedures, excessive eye movement did pose issues.  Patients still need to concentrate on a particular spot just like original procedures. The NIDEK EC 5000 CX3 laser tracks eye movements to thousandths of an inch. The VISX Star S4 IR machine shows eye movement in three dimensions letting the system work ahead of changes keeping the laser at the correct angle and depth. LASIK is a safe and secure vision correction treatment for most patients over the age of 18. 

MLC offers an unrivaled experience

At Manhattan LASIK Center, we have exceptional skills in customer service, finance, and laser vision treatment. Our surgeons have over 20 years of experience providing top results for our patients. We understand the fear of surgery and our four locations in NY and NJ provide a serene space where we make our patients comfortable. Many clients leave rave reviews on our Facebook page and sites like Google and Yelp. Our affordable monthly payment options and corporate plans make high-quality LASIK procedures accessible for every budget.

To find out more about how our lasers stay ahead of eye movement, you can call us seven days a week. Our advanced technologies keep the lasers on track even if you sneeze. Let us tell you how with a free consultation at 212-759-9617

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