Dr. Robert Maloney has personally performed over 60,000 vision correction procedures.
LASIK Eye Surgery
Great vision without glasses, in just 5 minutes.
If you are considering LASIK Eye Surgery to correct your vision, don’t you owe it to yourself to find the best LASIK surgeon Los Angeles has to offer?
World-renowned LASIK Surgeon, Dr. Robert Maloney, founder of Los Angeles’ Maloney Vision Institute and its primary surgeon, has been performing LASIK surgery since the technique was begun as an FDA clinical trial more than 20 years ago. Since those early days, Dr. Maloney has remained at the forefront of development and research, always ensuring that his patients benefit from the latest and best technological advances.
The result is that Dr. Maloney has personally performed more than 60,000 vision correction procedures—and has been the LASIK surgeon of choice for top athletes, celebrities, military pilots and fellow surgeons.
Frequently Asked Questions About LASIK Surgery
- Why Choose Maloney Vision Institute
- What is iDesign LASIK Surgery
- Can I lose my vision
- Does the flap heal
- How long does the correction last
- Is Monovision the only way to correct reading vision
- Is Lasik painful and how long does it take?
- What are some common side effects
- What if my vision isn't clear enough
- What is the recovery time & how soon can I drive again?
What is LASIK Surgery?
LASIK (Laser-Assisted in SItu Keratomileusis) is micro-surgery, performed by a surgeon with a laser, which reshapes the cornea, and thus changes the patient’s vision. Correctly performed, LASIK eye surgery can correct the most common forms of vision impairment—myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness) and astigmatism.
During LASIK eye surgery in Los Angeles, a thin layer of tissue is folded back from the surface of the cornea. After the laser reshapes the cornea, the tissue is folded back into place, where it bonds quickly.
At the Maloney Vision Institute in Los Angeles, the entire procedure is performed using state-of-the-art surgical lasers, so there are no scalpels, stitches or needles. The time in surgery is 3 to 5 minutes per eye.
Healing for most patients is so fast that vision improves within hours of the procedure, and many patients return to work the next day.
“The amazing thing about LASIK is how fast it heals. My patients go back to normal life the day after their surgery, going to work, wearing make-up, whatever they need to do, and there’s just incredible excitement and joy. It’s what makes doing this so incredible for me, because people come in fearful and leave ecstatic.” Dr. Robert Maloney
Schedule a FREE LASIK Consultation today! Find out if you are a candidate by calling or emailing today!
MVI LASIK Results
World Champion Downhill Skier Lindsey Vonn is overjoyed with her LASIK results from MVI.
"I decided to have LASIK because I noticed that it was becoming more difficult to see the gates and judge the terrain as I was skiing.
"After doing a ton of research and consulting with my team of doctors, one name kept coming up, and that was Dr. Maloney. I can't believe how crisp and clear everything is, I'm so excited!"Lindsey Vonn
Is LASIK Eye Surgery right for you?
Because your eyes and your vision are as unique to you as your fingerprints and DNA, it's very difficult for us to know whether LASIK eye surgery can benefit you without a personal examination. However, many recent medical advances, some pioneered right here at the Maloney Vision Institute in Los Angeles, have made it possible to correct problems that couldn't be fixed just a few years ago. Dr. Maloney delivers among the best LASIK eye surgery Los Angeles has to offer.
In general, the conditions we're able to treat include nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia) and astigmatism. We like our patients to be at least 18 years of age, have healthy corneas, and to have had stable vision over the past year.
What to expect during a LASIK consultation
Determining if you are a candidate for LASIK eye surgery is a multi-step process. We realize that making the decision to have LASIK comes only after careful consideration. During your consultation, Dr. Maloney will evaluate your eyes and educate you about vision correction. This will enable you to make the best, most informed decision possible regarding your LASIK procedure.
The first step is to evaluate the health of your eyes by measuring your vision and the thickness of your corneas. Much like a traditional eye exam, air pressure tests and pupil dilations are also done. Dr. Maloney’s team also will go over your general medical history. What sets this eye evaluation apart is the use of corneal mapping or iDesign Wavescan System. During the iDesign Wavescan System procedure, a digital WaveScan using wavefront-guided measurements evaluates 200 different points of the eye. The result is a precise “map” of your vision that is 25 times better than traditional measurements used for glasses and contact lenses.
These painless and quick scans are vital and will enable Dr. Maloney to plan your LASIK procedure and correct each visual imperfection in your eyes.
The Maloney Vision Institute’s medical staff will guide you through each step of your comprehensive evaluation, while answering all of your questions. Your exam includes a tour of the office, the vision correction surgical suite and recovery areas, so you understand what you will experience on the day of your LASIK eye surgery. Once the evaluations are complete, you will meet with Dr. Maloney or the medical staff as they review each of your tests and determine if you are a candidate for LASIK.
The Maloney Vision Institute staff is committed to taking as much time as needed to answer any and all of your questions about LASIK procedure – from how long it typically takes, to when you should expect to be seeing clearly. Dr. Maloney and his staff have one goal, giving you the best vision possible.
Our Laser Eye Surgery Procedures:
These are surgical alternatives for patients who are not candidates for traditional LASIK eye surgery because of thin corneal layers. With new technologies, the surgeons at MVI can use laser eye surgery in Los Angeles to restore vision in these cases as well.
Advanced technology allows MVI surgeons to scan and “map” the surface of your eye with 25 times the accuracy of earlier procedures. The scan will be used by the computer to guide your surgery with perfect precision.
Schedule a FREE LASIK Consultation today! Find out if you are a candidate by calling or emailing today.
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More than 100 eye doctors or their family members from around the world have chosen Dr. Maloney to perform their surgery. Shouldn’t you?