PROCEDURES

Information About Vision and Ophthalmology Procedures

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LASIK is a highly successful vision-correction surgery that can be utilized to restore clear vision in those with myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism.

PRK

PRK, abbreviated for photorefractive keratectomy, is a laser vision-correction procedure that reverses vision impairment by reshaping the cornea.

Small-incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) is an advanced laser-refraction surgery, which addresses nearsightedness for visually impaired patients.

Implantable contact lenses by Visian ICL are inserted in front or behind your iris (nothing is removed from your eye) to help improve your vision.

Refractive lens exchange is an advanced procedure, which removes the natural lens and replaces it with an artificial lens to restore visual freedom.

A corneal inlay (such as the KAMRA inlay) can correct presbyopia in adults, improving your vision and eliminating the need for glasses or contacts.

During your cataract surgery, Dr. Aaron Waite will remove the clouded lens and replace it with a customized crystalline lens to improve your vision.

When performed before the cornea becomes too weak or misshaped, a cross-linking procedure can preserve or even enhance the contour of the cornea.

DMEK and DSEK are partial-thickness corneal transplant surgeries for severely damaged corneas from endothelial disorders such as Fuch's dystrophy.

Deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty and penetrating keratoplasty are corneal treatments that help to repair the cornea and restore clearer vision.

Common refractive vision errors such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism can often be improved with vision-correction surgeries.

The clouding of an individual's eye lens, called a cataract, is a very common and prevalent cause of vision loss in patients over 40 years of age.

Presbyopia is a very common eye condition, caused by the natural aging process, which leads to vision impairment in individuals over 40 years old.

Keratoconus is a progressive ocular condition that causes decreased clarity and blurred vision due to the forward growth and thinning of the cornea.

Northern Utah patients suffering from Fuch's dystrophy can find relief and hope through vision-correction surgery at Waite Vision in Lehi, UT.

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