Corrective Procedures

Corrective Eye Surgery by Williamson

Our outpatient Advanced Surgery Center provides patients with a comfortable and convenient place for all their eye surgery needs. The Advanced Surgery Center is specially designed for eye surgery. The Refractive Surgery Suite is constantly monitored to maintain strict humidity and temperature levels, which are imperative for the equipment to work properly.

We strive for all patients to have the best surgical outcomes. Our doctors accomplish this by taking the time to perform every pre-operative diagnostic test available and educating the patient on the options open to them to achieve their vision goals.

Our team has helped thousands of people enjoy better vision. They are committed to excellence, which is why so many patients turn to them for the best eye care treatments available.

Today, modern laser surgery is safe and effective with millions of nearsighted, farsighted, astigmatic, and presbyopic patients enjoying the freedom of clear vision.

Williamson Eye Institute offers a wide selection of surgical procedures and treatments.

Our Corrective Treatment Options:


LASIK is the most popular procedure to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism.


Photorefractive Keratectomy (PRK) uses a laser to sculpt the surface of the cornea. This contrasts with LASIK, which sculpts tissue deeper within the cornea, under a corneal flap.

Conductive Keratoplasty (CK)

CK can change how the eye focuses light by reshaping the surface of your eye (cornea). When the shape is changed, light can be refocused on the correct part of your eye (retina).

Glaucoma Laser

If you are diagnosed with glaucoma, treatment is available to save your vision. The goal of glaucoma treatment is to lower IOP (eye pressure) and stop the optic nerve damage. Several kinds of treatment are available to lower IOP. Your doctor will discuss the available options with you and help choose the treatment option that is best for your situation.

YAG laser

It is a non-invasive laser procedure to eliminate the cloudiness that occasionally interferes with a patient’s vision after cataract surgery.


The ICL corrective surgery involves an intraocular lens that is inserted into the eye to work with the natural lens.

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