PRK Laser Eye Surgery

Photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) procedures, more commonly referred to as PRK Laser Eye Surgeries, are a simple and effective means of treating patients diagnosed with astigmatism, as well as helping to restore the vision of individuals who struggle with nearsightedness (myopia) or farsightedness (hyperopia).

PRK Laser Eye Surgery was the first and most groundbreaking corrective vision procedure to be introduced into the medical field, and paved the way for all of the restorative laser eye surgery services offered at Monson Vision. Without PRK, there would not be LASIK eye surgery or even SmILE laser vision correction.

The Process of PRK Laser Eye Surgery

As an affordable, minimally-invasive procedure with a quick recovery, PRK laser eye surgery aims to reshape a patient’s cornea using excimer laser technology. The laser procedure removes between five and ten percent of the patient’s cornea, which is only about the thickness of two strands of hair. In just a few moments, the procedure is complete thanks to the highly skilled techniques of the eye surgeons at Monson Vision and their use of cutting-edge tools and technologies. For patients in Cache, Davis, or Weber County, UT, or Bannock County & Idaho Falls, ID; PRK is a quick and affordable means of restoring impaired vision due to astigmatism, as well as near and farsightedness.

Are You a Candidate For PRK Surgery?

For some patients, LASIK eye surgery may not be the best procedure to correct impaired vision. Whether it’s because their corneas are too thin, or they’ve already previously undergone LASIK; with PRK laser eye surgery, there is a reduced risk of having too much of the patient’s cornea removed by the laser equipment. Additionally, patients who have severe myopia are encouraged to undergo PRK rather than attempt a LASIK procedure to correct their vision. Talk with our eye doctors today to see if your vision can improve with the help of PRK surgery at Monson Vision.

Meet Our Expert Eye Surgeons

Dr. Monson is a world-class refractive surgeon. He comes to Northern Utah with years of experience in performing specialized ocular surgical procedures such as PRK laser eye surgery, ICL services, and Refractive Lens Exchange for visually impaired patients. Every year, thousands of patients from across the country choose Dr. Monson for their vision correction

procedures because of his experience, expertise, and the dedicated individual care he provides each of his patients. Along with his team of doctors, Monson Vision has more than five decades of combined experience in advanced ophthalmology surgery and premiere eye care.

Your Vision. Our Guarantee.

If you are a patient residing in of Cache, Davis, or Weber County, UT, or neighboring Bannock County and Idaho Falls, ID and are interested in finding out if PRK laser eye surgery may be right for you, we encourage all prospective patients to schedule a consultation by contacting our eye experts at Monson Vision today.
We stand by each laser eye surgery for life. In fact, we’re so confident in our vision outcomes, state-of-the-art technology, and capability of our surgeons that we back up our results with our See Clearly Guarantee and Lifetime Vision Security. Contact us today to learn more!
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