There is absolutely no way using the services of
a doctor evaluated by Council for Refractive Surgery Quality Assurance
(USAEyes) is a guarantee of the desired outcome. Past performance
is no guarantee of future results. Even patients of USAEyes Certified Lasik Surgeons can have poor results. Every doctor has
unexpected outcomes, even the best. USAEyes requirements to achieve certification allow for the variable
outcomes associated with surgery.
What you can reasonably infer is that a USAEyes certified
Lasik doctor is willing to have his or her surgical outcomes scrutinized
by an independent consumer/patient advocacy organization.
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Looking For Best Lasik Surgeon?
If you are ready to choose a doctor to be evaluated for conventional
or custom wavefront Lasik, Bladeless Lasik, PRK, or any refractive surgery procedure, we recommend you consider a doctor who has been evaluated and certified by the USAEyes nonprofit organization.
Locate a USAEyes Evaluated & Certified Lasik Doctor.
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