We know that no two eyes are alike—so why should your treatment be any different? The WaveLight® EX500 Eximer Laser tracks the unique shape of your eye and allows your Kellogg surgeon to perform an individualized laser vision correction treatment just for you. The result? Vision that’s as clear and crisp as possible.
Standard LASIK surgery simply can’t compare to the precision and accuracy of a laser. For a true blade-free alternative, that’s where the WaveLight® Laser comes in.
Now, you can have an all-laser procedure that is designed to deliver:
- Great precision and accuracy
- Great flexibility
- Excellent outcomes
If you want the best possible laser vision correction, then a blade-free procedure is the ultimate choice.
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