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LASIK, Cataract & Vision Correction Procedures

LASIK, Vision Correction and Cataract Surgery

LASIK and other Vision Correction Surgery

Our Mission For You

At Trusted LASIK Surgeons™, our primary goals are to provide you with useful information regarding vision correction procedures like LASIK and cataract surgery and to help you find the best LASIK and refractive surgeons nearest to you: a true expert vision correction surgeon you can trust to treat your eyes with confidence.

If you are considering LASIK surgery, we recommend you understand the risks, complications, and possible side effects associated with LASIK by visiting the FDA’s Discussion on LASIK.

We encourage you to explore the information presented here at Trusted LASIK Surgeons™ and to view the profiles of cataract, refractive, and LASIK surgeons in your local area who are listed in our directory.

Compare the qualifications of the LASIK, refractive and cataract surgeons in our directory with any other eye doctors you are considering for your vision correction needs and see for yourself. Whether you are seeking laser eye surgery like LASIK or another refractive surgery procedure or cataract surgery, we believe the expert refractive surgeons found here have more professional qualifications than most other surgeons you’ll find anywhere else.

We believe the cataract, LASIK and refractive surgeons featured at Trusted LASIK Surgeons are among the best you can find for reputable, experienced and comprehensive vision care when it comes to improving your eyesight.

That begins with finding a LASIK Surgeon you can Trustone who will:

  • Properly evaluate your vision
  • Ensure you are an appropriate candidate
  • Give you realistic explanation of what you can expect, not an inflated expectation of results
  • Properly discuss risks and side effects
  • Perform the best possible vision corrective procedure utilizing the latest FDA-approved equipment

Special Reports for You

We also offer special informational reports (always free!) for your review, including our Consumer Checklist on LASIK Cost Considerations and another one on what you can typically expect when you first visit a LASIK surgeon (Your First Consultation With a LASIK Surgeon)).

We hope you will find our Trusted LASIK Surgeons™ web site helpful. We welcome your comments and suggestions and wish you success in finding the best vision care.

Thank you for visiting us.

-The Trusted LASIK Surgeons™ Team


To find a vision correction expert surgeon who has qualified to be listed at Trusted LASIK surgeons in another area, please visit:

Find a Trusted LASIK Surgeon

The screening process and standards used by Trusted LASIK Surgeons™ can be found at:

How Are LASIK Surgeons Qualified at TLS?

If you are a LASIK or Cataract Surgeon and interested in being a member of the Trusted LASIK Surgeons, sign up below and we will contact you.

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