LASIK – Laser Vision Correction

For more than 175 years, the Wills Eye name has stood for exceptional eye care. Now, it's the name you know and can trust for your laser vision correction. Thanks to this innovative procedure, millions of people who wore glasses or contact lenses every day now enjoy the freedom of natural vision.

Wills Eye Laser Vision Correction offers the quality and assurance that has continued to make Wills Eye one of America's best hospitals.

Our laser vision correction facilities and equipment are state-of-the-art and specially designed to make your procedure as safe, comfortable, and efficient as possible. Every procedure is performed in a clean, sterile environment. Our knowledgeable, friendly staff is always available to answer questions, offer support, and explain the procedure.

What is Laser Vision Correction

Laser vision correction is a short, painless procedure that reshapes the cornea and reduces or eliminates the need for glasses and contacts to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism.

You will be cared for by a Wills Eye board-certified ophthalmologist for both your preoperative and postoperative visits. Your Wills Eye Laser Vision Correction includes a pre-procedure visit and thorough examination, the procedure itself, and all follow-up care to ensure the best possible results.

Wills Eye surgeons are among the most highly qualified to perform this delicate surgery, using the most technically advanced lasers to provide optimum results.  We offer multiple types of laser vision correction, including all-laser custom LASIK, custom PRK, and Intacs. Your surgeon will discuss with you the option best suited to your eyes and lifestyle.

Clinic Hours: By Appointment

Wills Eye Hospital
840 Walnut Street, 10th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107

Phone: (215) 928-3180

Click here to make an appointment with a laser vision correction specialist at Wills Eye.

We also offer a discounted rate for surgery done by a Wills Eye Resident physician, under the direct supervision of a Wills Eye Attending surgeon. Click Here for more information regarding this special program.