Determining the Best Eye Surgery Procedures for Your Eyes

Whether LASIK, PRK, Implantable Contact Lens, Cataract or Refractive Lens Exchange eye surgery best fits your situation, you can trust Dr. Magruder’s expertise.

While over thousands and thousands of LaserVue patients have benefitted from LASIK eye surgery, we specialize in other advanced eye surgery procedures for patients with unique circumstances, conditions and vision goals. It’s important Dr. Magruder, Dr. Harris and Dr. Boodram examine your eyes individually to determine the best eye surgery procedures for your vision correction. In fact, the whole LaserVue team is dedicated to getting you the best results with a customized treatment plan very specific to you and your lifestyle.

Which eye surgery procedure is right for you?

On your first complimentary consultation, our expert physicians examine your eyes to determine what treatment plan will produce the best results. Then, Dr. Magruder describes the options available and answers all your questions in person—and if you have more questions, we’re always here to answer them, just give Tamara a call at our office. There’s no pressure selling—just a calm, careful overview of what procedure may work for you.

LaserVue Eye Surgery Procedures


A type of refractive surgery, LASIK eye surgery uses two cool-beam lasers to correct myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism by reshaping the cornea. Patients usually recover quickly, feel little pain and most get near-instant results.

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Photorefractive keratectomy, or PRK eye surgery, uses a cool beam laser to reshape the cornea, and may be used as an alternative to LASIK for some patients. PRK eye surgery also simultaneously treats other eye irregularities, such as scarring.

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Implantable contact lenses, or ICL, work with your eye to correct vision, and can be an excellent alternative for nearsighted patients. ICL is often an option for people who are not good candidates for LASIK eye surgery. The 15 minute procedure is usually pain free and does not require a laser.

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Refractive lens exchange, or RLE eye surgery, is best for treating patients who are not candidates for laser or ICL, but whose vision has gradually declined with age. It treats near or farsightedness and eliminates the need for Cataract eye surgery later.

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Cataract Treatment

Cataract eye surgery clears cloudy vision that has declined with age by implanting an artificial lens. As one of the most common eye surgical procedures performed—especially for patients over 50, cataract eye surgery is a quick procedure with a fast recovery time.

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