At Providence Eye & Laser Specialists, Dr. Mozayeni takes pride in investing and re-investing in the most up-to-date proven leading edge LASIK technology that delivers the best possible outcome for his patient’s unique needs. That is why Dr. Mozayeni only performs all-laser, blade-free LASIK utilizing complementing lasers: the WaveLight FS200 and the WaveLight EX500 Lasers.
Dr. Mozayeni himself takes time to fully answer any questions patients may have regarding the lasers and technology that will be used for laser vision correction. From start to finish, our goal is to ensure that our patients are confident in their understanding of the LASIK technology that will be utilized during their vision correction procedure.
Here at Providence Eye we always invest in proven leading edge technology. Mapping your cornea is a critical step in determining if you are an ideal LASIK candidate. We use multiple corneal mapping systems including the latest Pentacam® system and the Wavelight® Topolyzer VARIO Diagnostic Device (VARIO). Each person’s eye processes light differently and has different curvature: the mapping is unique to each patient and enables Dr. Mozayeni to personalize your treatment, assuring predictable, optimal results.
Reshaping the cornea is the step of LASIK surgery that actually corrects your vision. To reshape the cornea, Dr. Mozayeni utilizes all the data that was gathered during the LASIK consultation, but specifically your corneal mapping. The information obtained from the Pentacam & VARIO shows Dr. Mozayeni the cornea in detail so he can determine how to reshape the cornea. Once the cornea is exposed, Dr. Mozayeni reshapes the underlying tissue using the WaveLight EX500 Laser.
Reshaping the cornea is the second step of LASIK surgery that actually corrects your vision. To reshape the cornea, Dr. Mozayeni utilizes all the data that was gathered during the LASIK consultation, but specifically the information obtained from the Pentacam. The information obtained from the Pentacam shows Dr. Mozayeni the cornea in detail so he can determine how to reshape the cornea. Once the cornea is exposed, Dr. Mozayeni reshapes the underlying tissue using the WaveLight EX500 Laser.
All-laser, blade-free LASIK has proven itself to be safer, more precise, and more predictable since it was introduced in 2002. Millions of procedures have been performed worldwide using this LASIK technology. All-laser, blade-free LASIK is now accepted as the safest and most accurate method for vision correction. Blade-free LASIK is now the standard of care.
Dr. Mozayeni is the most experienced LASIK surgeon in the region having personally performed more than 30,000 successful procedures. Almost more importantly, he "turns away" approximately 20% of the people who come for consultation as they are not ideal candidates.
Dr. Mozayeni performs all-laser LASIK procedures in the Providence Eye laser suite located right in the middle of our office. He was the first cornea specialist to offer the WaveLight FS200 Laser AND the WaveLight EX500 Laser in the Charlotte, NC region. These two lasers were chosen to not only provide the best immediate results for our patients, but to also ensure a long-lasting result with uncompromising safety and comfort.
All-laser, blade-free LASIK is also known as I-LASIK and Z-LASIK. The procedure name is dependent on the laser manufacturer. It is important to understand which lasers (or maybe a blade) are being recommended specifically for you as the patient. Unlike Providence Eye, some LASIK practices have multiple “levels” of LASIK technology and although they may highlight their best laser, you may learn that your procedure would be done on a different (older) laser. It's important to clearly understand the differences in the technology and more importantly in the expertise of the LASIK surgeon utilizing that technology.
Dr. Mozayeni is the most experienced LASIK eye surgeon in the Charlotte region having performed more than 30,000 successful procedures and is recognized as one of the top 5% in the country. He turns away 1 in 5 patients because they are not ideal LASIK candidates.