Dr. Hedaya is a specialist in New Jersey Custom LASIK, laser eye surgery, LASEK and PRK. He is one of the few surgeons that prefers PRK or LASEK, also known as surface laser. He performs Custom PRK and Custom LASEK in New Jersey at his office location in Ocean County. This website describes our practice and the technology we use to perform laser eye surgery to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism.
Edward Hedaya, MD has been the first in the area to introduce the latest technology, the ORBSCAN and OptiLASIK vision correction. We all highly value our vision and we keep our patients safety and outcomes in mind. Our mission is to provide the finest quality Laser Vision Correction in New Jersey, utilizing the latest technology that promotes excellent, safe, long-term results. Over the years, Dr. Edward Hedaya, his colleagues Dr. William Greenberg, Dr. Marc VonRoemer, and Dr. Daniel Will and their staff have developed a reputation of providing outstanding Laser Vision Correction results & experience. At InVision Eyecare, we pride ourselves on our personal and comprehensive approach to your care.
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Our philosophy has always been "quality not quantity." If you are considering a laser refractive procedure in NJ, an upcoming seminar is an excellent opportunity to learn about LASIK and PRK and to have your questions answered.
Sight is our most precious sense. People who need their glasses to read the alarm clock each morning know all too well the frustration of total dependency on glasses and contact lenses. However, because sight is precious, the decision to have surgery must be made only after careful consideration and education. In the following pages, we will help you understand refractive surgery, and what it can mean to you.
We will discuss procedures that are commonly used today to correct your vision, including, LASIK, Surface Laser, PRK, LASEK, CK, cataract surgery, Multifocal implants (ReSTOR®, ReZoom®), accommodating implants (Crystalens), implantable contact lenses (Visian ICL) and others.
Refractive surgery is a family of surgical procedures designed to reduce or eliminate common vision abnormalities, such as nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism. These procedures help alter the way the light is focused on the retina by using precise surgical techniques to reshape the front surface of the eye called the cornea.
Refractive surgery was revolutionized by the invention of the Excimer laser in the early 1980s and has been through numerous clinical trials to determine its safety and effectiveness. It is now commonly used to treat these common vision abnormalities.