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Kleiman Evangelista is a full-service ophthalmology provider committed to providing you with expert eyecare and quality laser and lens-based vision correction with options including LASIK, PRK, EVO Visian ICL, and Clear Lens Exchange.

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    Invested in You

    Highly trained surgeons and investment in industry-leading technology allow Kleiman Evangelista to customize your eyecare.

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    Accessible

    Kleiman Evangelista is driven to make high-quality vision correction affordable and accessible, without compromising the quality of care our patients receive.

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    Patient-Centered

    We place the care of our patients first and take pride in ensuring patients feel comfortable with their options, treatment, and care.

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What is LASIK?

Laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis (LASIK) eye surgery is the best known and most commonly performed laser refractive surgery. LASIK reshapes your cornea using specialized lasers to correct vision problems including myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), and astigmatism, and can be an alternative to wearing glasses or contact lenses.

At Kleiman Evangelista Eye Centers of Texas, our team of doctors uses the latest laser vision correction technology, including Femtosecond lasers and the Wavelight® laser suite for true bladeless LASIK as well as Contoura® and Vario testing to ensure your LASIK treatment is tailored to you and your eyes.

LASIK is typically painless, its results are typically immediate, and its recovery period is short. In many cases, the surgery can be performed on both eyes in under 15 minutes, and since it’s an outpatient procedure, you will be able to relax in the comfort of your own home as your eyes heal.

What is LASIK?

Laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis (LASIK) eye surgery is the best known and most commonly performed laser refractive surgery. LASIK reshapes your cornea using specialized lasers to correct vision problems including myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), and astigmatism, and can be an alternative to wearing glasses or contact lenses.

At Kleiman Evangelista Eye Centers of Texas, our team of doctors uses the latest laser vision correction technology, including Femtosecond lasers and the Wavelight® laser suite for true bladeless LASIK as well as Contoura® and Vario testing to ensure your LASIK treatment is tailored to you and your eyes.

LASIK is typically painless, its results are typically immediate, and its recovery period is short. In many cases, the surgery can be performed on both eyes in under 15 minutes, and since it’s an outpatient procedure, you will be able to relax in the comfort of your own home as your eyes heal.

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Refractive surgery, like LASIK, can allow you to experience the freedom of great vision without the hassle of contacts and glasses.

Oh, and did we mention, LASIK can save you money! Check out our LASIK Savings Calculator to add up what’s your glasses and contacts are costing you!

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How Does LASIK Work?

This non-invasive laser vision correction surgery is done with lasers to reshape your cornea. Special suction tools are used to keep your eyes open as the laser does its work in about five minutes per eye. This pain-free procedure has little downtime or recovery required. The entire process usually takes around 15 minutes and you can get back to normal activities within the next day.

With the newly shaped cornea, you will experience sharper vision without the need for additional lenses. While there is no guarantee, we have a high success rate and many patients that are thrilled with the process. Most will experience sharper vision within 1-3 days of surgery, though the full healing process will take up to three months.

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What's it like to have LASIK at Kleiman Evangelista?

More than 600,000 LASIK surgeries are performed in the United States each year.

LASIK is one of the most common elective medical procedures in the world, and according to studies reviewed by the FDA, more than 95% of LASIK patients are satisfied with the results of their surgeries. The FDA considers LASIK to be safe and effective when performed by an experienced surgeon like those at Kleiman Evangelista Eye Centers of Texas. The overwhelming majority of LASIK patients are satisfied with the improvements to their vision, and research shows that well-informed patients find that the benefits of LASIK considerably outweigh the risks.

The recovery period following LASIK is quite short. A KE LASIK patient will experience noticeably sharper vision within one to three days, and in most cases, will be able to drive and return to work the day after their procedure. If you experience blurriness or fluctuations in the clarity of your vision, there’s no need to worry – both are completely normal parts of the healing process, which can take up to three months for complete healing.

After your procedure, your Kleiman Evangelista surgeon will send you home with eye drops and instructions on when and how to use them. Regular visits with your surgeon in the 12 months after your surgery will help guarantee that your eyes heal properly. All follow-appointments are included in the cost of your LASIK procedure.

What's it like to have LASIK at Kleiman Evangelista?

LASIK is one of the most common elective medical procedures in the world, and according to studies reviewed by the FDA, more than 95% of LASIK patients are satisfied with the results of their surgeries. The FDA considers LASIK to be safe and effective when performed by an experienced surgeon like those at Kleiman Evangelista Eye Centers of Texas. The overwhelming majority of LASIK patients are satisfied with the improvements to their vision, and research shows that well-informed patients find that the benefits of LASIK considerably outweigh the risks.

More than 600,000 LASIK surgeries are performed in the United States each year.

The recovery period following LASIK is quite short. A KE LASIK patient will experience noticeably sharper vision within one to three days, and in most cases, will be able to drive and return to work the day after their procedure. If you experience blurriness or fluctuations in the clarity of your vision, there’s no need to worry – both are completely normal parts of the healing process, which can take up to three months for complete healing.

After your procedure, your Kleiman Evangelista surgeon will send you home with eye drops and instructions on when and how to use them. Regular visits with your surgeon in the 12 months after your surgery will help guarantee that your eyes heal properly. All follow-appointments are included in the cost of your LASIK procedure.

Take the LASIK Self-Test

“I can’t believe I didn’t do this sooner.”

– Tons of Kleiman Evangelista patients after LASIK

Take your first step to clear vision. Our LASIK Self-Test takes less than 30 seconds and can help determine if LASIK, or another refractive surgery option, might work for you. If you would benefit from the freedom of sharp vision without glasses or contacts, schedule an in-depth consultation to find out if you are a good candidate for our Dallas laser vision correction services. Our Dallas LASIK surgeons will look at the shape of your corneas and the health of your eyes.

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The Right Solution for YOU?

LASIK isn’t right for everyone, and as a medical ophthalmology practice, Kleiman Evangelista offers several vision correction options like PRK, EVO Visian ICL, and Clear Lens Exchange. If you and your surgeon determine that you’re not a good candidate for LASIK, there’s no need to worry! Our team will help you understand your options and put a customized care plan together to meet your needs.

Take our LASIK self-test to see if you could be a LASIK candidate or if one of our other refractive treatments might be right for you. Then schedule a free consultation at one of our six clinic locations across the DFW Metroplex and North Texas.

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LASIK Alternatives

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    Photorefractive Keratectomy (PRK)

    PRK surgery changes the shape of your cornea to fix nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism issues

    PRK surgery changes the shape of your cornea to fix nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism issues

    Photorefractive Keratectomy (PRK)
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    Implantable Collamer Lens (ICL)

    The ICL surgical procedure uses an implantable collamer lens that works with your natural lens to improve vision

    The ICL surgical procedure uses an implantable collamer lens that works with your natural lens to improve vision

    EVO Visian ICL
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    Clear Lens Exchange (CLE)

    This surgical procedure replaces your eye’s natural lens with an artificial implanted lenses to improve vision

    This surgical procedure replaces your eye’s natural lens with an artificial implanted lenses to improve vision

    Clear Lens Exchange

LASIK FAQ

How Does LASIK Work?

LASIK is a laser vision correction surgery that uses an excimer laser to reshape the cornea and correct nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism.

Does LASIK Hurt?

No, the treatment itself is painless.

Will I Need Corrective Eyewear After LASIK?

The overwhelming majority of LASIK patients no longer need to wear glasses after their LASIK procedure. In rare cases, some patients might need glasses for certain situations, like driving at night. Your procedure results, based on current prescription and age, will be discussed at your initial consultation.

How Long is LASIK Surgery Recovery?

LASIK eye surgery recovery time is minimal, typically up to a few days. In very rare circumstances, recovery can last up to a week. However, the vast majority of patients report feeling no pain and very little discomfort during LASIK surgery, and most are able to return to work and perform everyday tasks such as driving their vehicles on the next day.

How Much Does LASIK Cost?

Our LASIK prices are based on a number of factors: your current glasses/contacts prescription, lifestyle, eye health, and other factors. Because every individual’s eyes are unique, there is no one-size-fits-all LASIK, and, therefore, no one-size-fits-all price.

The price will include:

  • Customized laser treatment
  • Follow-up care for a year
  • Optional 0% financing for up to 24 months with no money down and payments as little as 99$/month*
  • Lifetime Enhancement

*Subject to credit approval.

In addition, our Vision Commitment Plan is our warranty guaranteeing your LASIK results. If you require further vision enhancement after your procedure, you’ll receive those services free of charge.

Kleiman Evangelista’s Value Match Guarantee states that we will match or beat any competitor’s LASIK pricing in Texas that offers the same technology and warranty. We require a written quote from the competitor’s office so we can perform an official evaluation. Call 800-714-2020 for details on other applicable restrictions and/or requirements.

Does Insurance Cover LASIK?

Some vision insurances do cover the cost of LASIK. Please check with your insurance provider if you think you may have coverage.

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