Oh no, the holidays are fast approaching! Are you again stymied about a gift for your young adult son or daughter? Consider the gift of sight: LASIK vision correction. Not only would LASIK help launch them into the future, this gift also saves them money in the long run. A 25 year-old wearing contact lenses can expect to spend more than $20,000 on contacts and solutions over their lifetime. So LASIK is really a bargain. And blade-free iLASIK is now so precise it’s approved by NASA for their astronauts and the Navy for their “Top Gun” fighter pilots.
If you are considering LASIK as a gift, you should talk it over with the one you have in mind. Find out if they can spare an hour for a free screening exam to determine if they are an appropriate candidate. The actual LASIK procedure would require 2 days out of their normal schedule for the surgery and healing.
LASIK is ideal for active people. Skiing, swimming, biking and other outdoor activities are more fun without the hassles of glasses or contacts. It also simplifies life which is especially appreciated by those starting families or careers. The most common comment we get from our LASIK patients is that they wish they had done it sooner - they consider it a life changing event. So why not help your son or daughter along?
For more information, visit out web site at www.LakeShoreVision.com or give us a call at 262-241-1919. You might see someone you know in the Testimonial Section! Remember that blade-free iLASIK at Lakeshore Eye Care is the most precise and advanced procedure available anywhere. Dr. Martha Jay was the first doctor in the Milwaukee area to use a laser for refractive surgery in the 1990's and has remained at the top of the fields since then. Trust your eyes and those of your family to a local doctor you can trust.
Dr. Jay practices ophthalmology at Lakeshore Eye Care Professionals with offices in Mequon and Saukville, Wisconsin. She is a board certified ophthalmologist who obtained her ophthalmology training at the prestigious Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago.
Happy Holidays to you and your family!