Vision Correction Technology


Surgeon experience combined with the latest advances in vision correction technology are the two most important elements that determine how you will see after laser vision correction. At Asheville Eye Associates, we invest heavily in training and in leading edge technology. Our commitment to you is that we will not take short cuts to save you a few dollars. If you are shopping around for vision correction procedures, use this section of our Web site to compare our technology to others. You can also view our handy, “Checklist of things to ask your LVC provider” page.

Click on any of the links below to learn more about our vision correction technology.

Diagnostic Technology:

State-of-the-art diagnostic equipment is important because it’s used to determine whether you are a candidate for laser vision correction, and if so, which procedure is most appropriate for you. It’s also used to calculate the customized settings for the laser for your particular treatment.


Now in its second decade of use, the technologically advanced Excimer laser has added a tremendous amount of precision, control and safety to treating nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism.