LASIK MD - Victoria 2

LASIK MD - Victoria 2

LASIK MD centres are equipped to offer patients a complete laser vision correction experience. Patients can rely on our highly-trained eye doctors and surgeons through each phase of the LASIK process. We offer a comprehensive preoperative consultation, experienced surgeons who use the latest technologies and techniques and thorough post-operative visits. At LASIK MD, your eyes are in good hands, every step of the way.



At LASIK MD, our main objective is to provide quality laser vision correction at affordable prices. This is made possible thanks to our highly-skilled surgeons who perform countless procedures across Canada each day. Offering affordable LASIK does not mean we’re a factory. Our business was built on exceptional customer service; from the first conversation with our call-centre agents to post surgery follow-ups. Our staff and surgeons have seen many cases over the years, and our capable and compassionate eye care professionals are prepared to advise you based on your personalized needs.

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  • LASIK: The most common laser vision correction procedure; it consists of creating a flap in the cornea with a microkeratome and using a laser to reshape the underlying cornea. 
  • Standard LASIK: This is the standard LASIK procedure.
  •  Custom Wavefront LASIK: Known simply as Custom LASIK, this procedure allows for customization of the standard LASIK procedure to the eyes of each individual 
  • All-Laser LASIK: This LASIK procedure, uses a femtosecond laser to create the corneal flap, instead of a microkeratome. It can be combined with either Standard or Custom LASIK.
  •  PRK: The surgeon gently polishes off the surface layer of the cornea and then uses a laser to reshape the cornea in the same way as in the LASIK procedure. 
  • Standard PRK: This is the standard PRK procedure. 
  • Custom Wavefront PRK: Custom PRK allows for further customization of the standard PRK procedure to the eyes of each individual. Reading Vision Correction: Procedures performed in order to improve near vision after the age of 40. Monovision: A laser vision correction procedure that adjusts one eye for near vision and the other eye for distance vision. 
  • PRELEX: Similar to cataract surgery; a multifocal lens implant replaces the current lens of the eye to help patients over 40 with their near vision. Keratoconus Treatments: A procedure that can help slow or halt the progress of keratoconus, a disease of the cornea. 
  • Corneal Cross-Linking (CXL):  A non-invasive procedure that helps strengthen a keratoconus patient’s weakening cornea. Lens Implants: Typically for older individuals who are not candidates for laser vision correction; lens implants require the surgeon to replace the eye’s current lens with a lens implant.  
  • Cataract: A surgery that replaces a cataract patient’s opaque lens with a clear artificial lens implant. 
  • Refractive Lens Exchange (RLE): A lens transplant for older patients with refractive errors who are not candidates for laser vision correction. 
  • Presbyopic Lens Exchange (PRELEX): A multifocal lens implant replaces the current lens of the eye to help patients over 40 with their near vision. 

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Contact Us

604-634-5050

10340 152nd Street Unit 1,
Surrey, BC, V8W 2G5

Hours

SUN - MON - TUES Closed

WED: 11:30am - 8:00pm

THU: 9:00am - 6:00pm

FRI: 8:00am – 5:00pm

SAT: 8:00am – 5:00pm

Please call between 4:00am and 8:00pm during the week and between 5:00am and 4:00pm on weekends.

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Give us a call:  604-634-5050

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