CONTOURA® VISION – THE LATEST IN TOPOGRAPHY GUIDED LASIK TECHNOLOGY
John-Kenyon is proud to once again be on the forefront of LASIK advances by offering Contoura® Vision to our patients. Dr. Asim Piracha, our Medical Director, was the first surgeon in the region to perform the procedure.
Contoura® Vision is the latest advancement in WaveLight refractive technology and allows our surgeons to provide an even more personalized laser procedure for patients with nearsightedness, or nearsightedness with astigmatism, based on the unique corneal topography of each eye. To explain it a little more clearly, your cornea has its own very unique topography, it’s very own map. The Contoura® procedure allows our team to see the unique details of your cornea and customize the treatment to your eyes specifically.
Most importantly for you, it allows you to see sharp details, rich textures, and vivid colors every time you open your eyes. More than 92% of patients treated with Contoura® achieved 20/20 vision and more than 64% achieved 20/16 vision or better. In addition, studies have shown that Contoura® Vision outperformed glasses and contact lenses in 30.9% of eyes that received treatment.
The doctors at the John-Kenyon LASIK Center are nationally recognized experts in laser vision surgery – our own Dr. Maurice John was one of the first in the nation to perform LASIK. We’ve built our practice on providing patients with the most advanced technology and a team of experienced doctors and knowledgeable, caring staff to set you at ease.
Ready to see what you’re missing with the latest in LASIK technology? Schedule your evaluation here.
This treatment is the first to receive FDA approval for topography-guided LASIK and is now being offered at the John-Kenyon LASIK Center.
As always, at John-Kenyon we understand that LASIK is not the best vision correction option for everyone. When you come in for your complimentary evaluation, our team will run a series of tests to understand your specific vision needs and determine a correction plan customized for you.
More than 17 million people in the U.S. have had LASIK, an outpatient procedure that reshapes the cornea with a laser to treat nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia) or astigmatism. At the John-Kenyon LASIK Center, we’ve helped thousands of people improve their vision, many to 20/20 or better. More importantly, our doctors understand that LASIK is not the one size fits all solution for everyone. We’ll determine the best solution, even if it isn’t LASIK.
Hear from Our Patients
Catie K., LASIK
The morning after having LASIK at John-Kenyon, Catie told Dr. Piracha she should have had the procedure a long time ago. Not even 24 hours later, she was pointing out all the street signs on the way to her follow up appointment.