Office Hours: Mon. – Thurs. – 5am to 5pm | Fri. – 7am to 3pm | Sat. – Sun. – Closed

Call Us Today! 956-305-5795

Office Hours: Mon – Thurs – 8:00 am to 5:00 pm | Fri – 7:00 am to 3:00 pm | Sat – Sun – Closed

Call Us Today! 956-305-5795



office hours

Monday To Thursday
8:00 am – 5:00 pm

7:00 am – 3:00 pm

Saturday To Sunday

Call Us Today! : 956-305-5795
Address : 5201 N G St, McAllen, TX, 78504

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LASIK, the Vision Corrector

LASIK is a vision correction surgery that uses light energy to reshape your cornea and improve your sight. Using careful measurements, the highly accurate laser can improve your eyesight almost immediately. Say goodbye to glasses and contacts with a LASIK surgery from our vision specialists.

Rely on Advanced Technology: The WaveLight Refractive Suite

At Gelman Vision, we are proud to offer our patients LASIK eye surgery with the WaveLight Refractive Suite. Developed by the #1 global leader in eye care and relied on by surgeons around the world, the WaveLight system allows our team to provide state-of-the-art treatments tailored to your vision needs.

  • Provides smoother treatments
  • Improves precision
  • Increases treatment accuracy
  • Tested and proven reliability
  • Provides excellent results
  • Completely customizable

The LASIK Procedure, at a Glance

Measuring Your Eye

Every eye is uniquely-shaped. The first step in the procedure is to measure your eye.

Creating a Flap

To improve healing and comfort following surgery, the FS200 Femtosecond Laser utilizes the specific measurement of your eye to laser-cut a flap, rather than relying on manual cutting methods.

Correcting Your Vision

With a personalized treatment plan from your eye surgeon, the EX500 Excimer Laser corrects your vision by gently reshaping your cornea.

Returning the Flap

After the laser has completed its task, the flap is laid back in place, allowing healing to begin.

Seeing the Difference

Downtime is minimal, and you can return to your normal routine in just a few days!

Stop Wearing Contacts and Glasses With LASIK Surgery at Gelman Vision!

Before improving your vision with laser correction surgery, you’ll need an evaluation to find out if it’s the best option for you. Every person is unique and so are your eyes. Schedule a consultation appointment with our vision care team to find out if LASIK can make a difference in your sight today!

Does LASIK Hurt?

You may feel a little pressure and discomfort during the procedure. But with numbing eye drops, you shouldn’t feel any intense pain.

How Long Does the Procedure Take?

LASIK is designed to be completed in about 10 minutes. The procedure itself takes an average of 45 seconds.

Will I Be Awake?

Yes, you will be awake. But if you feel nervous or concerned about being awake, your surgeon can help you by giving you something to relax.

How Do My Eyes Stay Open and Still? What Happens If My Head Moves?

During the procedure, our vision care team will help you stay in the proper position. With our advanced laser system, the laser can track your eyes and give you the best possible outcome.

What If Something Goes Wrong?

Just like in any kind of surgery, there are potential risks. For LASIK, the most common side effects are dry eye syndrome, still needing to wear corrective lenses, visual symptoms including glares or halos, and, in very rare cases, vision loss.

The likelihood of developing each of these risks is low, and most can be treated and resolved by your eye doctor.

Will the Correction Wear Off?

LASIK is a permanent vision corrector, but it’s important to keep in mind that aging can still affect your vision even after corrective surgery.

How Do I Know I’m a Candidate for Eye Surgery?

You will need an evaluation with our surgeon, and you need to meet a few qualifications to determine if you’re a candidate for vision correction surgery:

  • 18 years old or older
  • In general good health
  • Have an active lifestyle
  • Can’t or prefer not to wear contacts or glasses
  • Struggle with a common vision problem such as near or farsightedness