LASIK Rancho Cucamonga
What is LASIK?
Laser eye surgery reshapes the cornea (the eye’s clear outer window) so that light rays focus more precisely on the retina. To do this, a thin flap on the cornea is made using a laser. Dr. Blanton will lift this flap, reshape the cornea to the desired curvature, and then reposition the flap back into place. Many patients notice better vision as soon as the next day. We offer a fully customized, blade-free custom LASIK.
Vision Options with LASIK
A number of refractive errors can be corrected with LASIK or PRK. Patients who have nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism will find that LASIK (or PRK) do an excellent job at correcting vision both near and far. However, in the case of patients with Presbyopia, most often those over 40, some choices will need to be made. See Options for vison at 40 and up.
For people with presbyopia (the progressive loss of near focusing ability of the eye due to ageing), which is a huge part of the over 40 population, monovision is a popular option. Dr. Blanton will correct one eye for distance vision and the other eye (non-dominant) is corrected for near/ reading vision. The brain may adapt to the variance between eyes allowing for clearer vision without distance or reading glasses.
Dana’s LASIK Story
Dana was a life-long glasses wearer who desired clear vision without contacts or glasses. Learn how LASIK surgery at Inland Eye changed this patient’s life for the better. Watch the video and learn more about how our team helped ease her fears around the surgery and what she feels about life after LASIK!
Arif’s LASIK Experience
Arif, a special education teacher, shares how LASIK helped improve his vision and improve his life. What the video to learn how our team helped make the surgery affordable through financing options, and how Arif feels about his decision to have surgery with Inland Eye LASIK!
Customize Vision with iDesign Refractive Studio
Not all LASIK is created equal. We take planning to the next level by adding corneal topography measurements to the wavefront-guided procedure.
- One-of-a-kind custom laser vision correction
- 25 times more precision than conventional measurements*
- State-of-the-art offering at Inland Eye LASIK
Who is a Good Candidate for LASIK?
Good LASIK candidates are those who:
- At least 18 years old
- Are not pregnant or nursing
- Stable prescription for at least one year
- Free from eye injuries and infection
- Not suffering from dry eye syndrome
- Have overall healthy eyes and appropriate corneal thickness
- No issues with corneal disease or cataracts
- Are tired of glasses and contacts
If you want to find out whether vision correction surgery is right for you, complete our LASIK self-evaluation or schedule a no-obligation, free LASIK Evaluation with Inland Eye LASIK. Our LASIK consultants will determine if you are a good candidate for LASIK or explore your options for LASIK alternatives, including Photorefractive Keratectomy (PRK)
Curious about what’s involved with LASIK eye surgery? Here are some answers to common questions we are often asked about LASIK.