Your Life. Your LASIK.


Here’s Why LASIK Vision Correction Can Be One Of Your Best Investments–In Yourself

LASIK vision correction does more than just improve eyesight. For many people, it changes how they envision themselves. Imagine being given the freedom to take on new challenges that you felt you couldn’t before, either because of limited vision or because you weren’t comfortable trying them with glasses or contact lenses. Or imagine the freedom of being able to wake up and immediately see clearly, ready to go about your day.

That’s why many LASIK patients feel that the surgery is one of the best investments they’ve ever made in themselves.

For some, LASIK vision correction was a necessity to be able to do their jobs. Firefighter Michael Bravine, for example, notes that glasses or contact lenses could have caused delays in his ability to respond, and his vision after LASIK surgery allows him to “be totally in the moment.”  Other patients have told us that after LASIK vision correction, they have less eye fatigue and become more productive.

Many others report that they have tried new things–sports and other outdoor activities, for example–after LASIK vision correction. And for some, a more active lifestyle has enhanced their overall health.

Again, a smart investment in themselves.

Can LASIK vision correction help you? It’s easy to find out. Simply click here and complete our “Am I A Candidate” questionnaire. It only takes about five minutes. Our staff will review your answers and provide a prompt response as to what your options might be when it comes to LASIK. We’ll be happy to answer all your questions about the procedure, and even tell you more about the options you may have for financing LASIK vision correction.

Since the Campbell Cunningham Laser Center was established, we’ve performed more than 10,000 LASIK procedures. Thousands of people have seen their lives change, thanks to improved vision and improved confidence. For these patients LASIK has been a wise personal investment.

Is it your turn now?