Myopia, or near-sightedness, affects approximately 25% of Americans between the ages of 12 and 54. Though glasses are the common quick fix to myopia, laser eye surgery has become more commonly used to correct vision problems since being introduced in the early 1990's. Though over 18 million LASIK procedures have been performed worldwide, some controversy still remains regarding the maximum possible correction and efficacy using this technique. What does the one of the country’s top refractive surgeons have to say? Listen as host Dr. Leslie Lundt interviews one of the most respected eye surgeons in the country, Dr. Michael Gordon.
Stephen Orlin, MDPeer