"LASIK Now for Summer Fun Later" by Dr. Martha Jay, LASIK eye surgeon at Lakeshore Eye Care Professionals in Mequon and Saukville, Wisconsin
You pass the bike in the garage, you look out at the frozen lake and imagine sailing, you are planning your camping trip out west… While those activities are a way off you can get prepared now by having LASIK vision correction. All these activities will be easier without hassling with contact lenses or glasses. LASIK actually simplifies your life which a life change we can all embrace.
You may have been worried about LASIK in the past when you heard that it involved a metal blade but those days are over at Lakeshore Eye Care. We have been exclusively offering a completely blade-free LASIK experience for over 5 years. The gentle touch of the lasers lasts only seconds and you have to see the results to believe them.
Not everyone can have LASIK, however, due to their glasses prescription or the shape of their eyes. So before you get too excited about the prospect of buying off-the-rack sunglasses for the summer, come in for a free screening exam. We are not high pressure, just there to provide information so you can decide if you want to improve on nature.
And remember LASIK is not the same everywhere you go. At Lakeshore Eye Care you have the confidence of a local doctor you can trust with over 15 years experience in refractive surgery. And we have always provided our patients with the latest and most precise technology available. Come in so we can get to know you and your eyes to see if LASIK is right for you.
Call 262-241-1919 for your personalized screening appointment.
More information available at www.LakeShoreVision.com.
Dr. Martha Jay completed her ophthalmology training at Northwestern University in Chicago in 1992. She has been providing the latest in medical and surgical eye care to patients in the Milwaukee and Ozaukee County areas since that time. She specializes in blade-free iLASIK and small incision cataract surgery but also treats glaucoma, diabetic eye disease, macular degeneration and much more.