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There are many types of LASIK surgery available. When you choose Providence Eye & Laser Specialists for LASIK, you have access to one of the most experienced surgeons in Charlotte, NC who is a Cornea Specialist.

Dr. Mozayeni will personally recommend the best LASIK surgery option for you and will be with you through the whole process- from your consultation, through the procedure, and even your follow-up appointment.


Determining the best LASIK eye surgery procedure for you is critical to achieve the best result. This is a decision that needs to be made by you and Dr. Mozayeni based on your eye health, your lifestyle, and your desired goals. Through the complimentary consultation, Dr. Mozayeni will be able to assess these elements with you, and discuss the pros and cons of various vision correction procedures available both at our practice, as well as procedures that you have heard about during your research.

LASIK, the general term commonly used to refer to laser vision correction, is a two-step process:
Cutting the LASIK flap

  1. A thin flap is created near the surface of the cornea.
  2. The underlying tissue is reshaped with a laser.

During your LASIK consultation, there will be multiple factors to consider in determining the best type of laser vision correction procedure for you. They are, but not limited to:

  • How bad is your vision?
  • Do you wear glasses or contacts to see far away?
  • Do you wear glasses or contacts to read?
  • Do you have any astigmatism?
  • Do you have or are you prone to eye dryness?
  • What is the shape and structure of your corneas?
  • What is the thickness of your corneas?

At the conclusion of the consultation, Dr. Mozayeni will recommend one of the following:

  1. OptiLASIK – All-Laser, Blade Free LASIK
  2. PRK – No Flap LASIK
  3. Monovision
  4. Presby-LASIK
  5. Additional testing, time, or trial to determine the best procedure at a later date
  6. That you not have LASIK vision correction surgery

So, are you a good candidate for LASIK? What type of LASIK is right for you? Our doctor and staff in our Charlotte office is looking forward to meeting you and helping you make that decision.