If you’ve ever…
…then, it’s time to change how you see the world, with vision correction services from OOMC.
Specializing in LASIK, refractive lens exchange, and EVO ICL™, our team has helped people just like you across Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey, New York, and Maryland see more of life’s special moments.
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LASIK, or refractive surgery, reshapes the cornea to improve your vision. Ideal candidates are over the age of 18 and have had little to no changes in their eyesight in the last two years. This procedure can treat nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism.
Refractive Lens Exchange, or RLE, is suitable if you’re over the age of 40 and your natural lens has started to age; however, it hasn’t developed a cataract.
It’s a 10-15 minute procedure that’s relatively painless due to anesthetic drops; however, you may feel some brief pressure or discomfort.
If you are considering LASIK, then EVO ICL™ can also be a great option. ICL stands for Implantable Collamer Lens.
This state-of-the-art procedure permanently corrects your eyesight using an implantable synthetic lens. It’s often considered an alternative to LASIK, takes less than five minutes for most patients, and is most suitable for people aged 21-45 with nearsightedness.
At OOMC, we’re committed to helping everyone see real results. Complete the form here and a member of our team will be in touch to help you determine the right procedure to help you improve your vision for good.
Important Safety Information EVO ICL is a surgically implanted lens to correct distance vision in person 21 to 45. Talk with your eye care professional about EVO ICL surgery, to see if you qualify, and discuss the potential benefits, risks, and complications of both the surgery and the lens. See important safety information at DiscoverICL.com.