Have you been told you can’t have LASIK?
If you have been told that you can’t have LASIK because you are too nearsighted or your cornea is too thin, you may be in luck. The surgeons at Eye Doctors of Washington are experts in implanting lenses in the eye that can correct nearsightedness up to a -20.0 D! More specifically, the implantable lens of choice for Dr. Thomas Clinch and Dr. Paul Kang is the Visian ICL. The Visian ICL is used to treat nearsightedness, and it it placed behind the colored iris and in front of the eye’s natural lens. In this way, the procedure is reversible because nothing is removed from the eye; a collamer lens is simply added. The Visian ICL affords the patients of EDOW the opportunity to see the world in HD in a minimally invasive procedure. For more information, you can schedule a complimentary consultation with Dr. Clinch or Dr. Kang at one of our convenient locations.