Directions to Griffin & Reed Eye Care in Sacramento
651 Fulton Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95825
M-F 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
LASIK complications are extremely rare, but our eye doctors believe it's important for you to know what to watch out for after your LASIK surgery. We worry about three complications following your procedure:
At Griffin & Reed Eye Care, we offer “20/20 vision from your LASIK surgery or your money back” because we are confident in our eye surgeons’ abilities to give you the best vision correction possible. You can learn more in the video above.
Kellen is a mechanical engineer who was tired of wearing contacts every day. The inconvenience of eye exams, changing prescriptions and ordering new contacts was getting old after ten years. Our LASIK surgeon, Dr. Reed, corrected Kellen’s vision, and it forever changed his life. Hear more about Kellen’s LASIK surgery experience in the video above.
At Griffin & Reed Eye Care, we aim to give you the best experience possible. Our skilled eye surgeons and staff want you to feel comfortable and prepared for your LASIK surgery, and that’s exactly what Dr. Nilu Maboudi did for Ryan. Learn about Ryan’s LASIK experience in the video above.
We often perform LASIK on both eyes at the same time because our eye surgeons believe it’s not only safe, but also convenient for the patient and the recovery process. If you’re nervous about your LASIK surgery, we can correct your vision one eye at a time. Dr. Reed explains more about your LASIK candidacy and procedure in the video above.
A patient's safety is the eye doctor's first priority in laser vision correction. Not only must the health of the eyes and the health of the patient be considered while critical standards of eligibility must be met. Eye testing with non-routine scans and devices help to inform patients of their eligibility for laser eye surgery, ensuring the safest possible choice for each patient.
If you've ever lost your glasses only to find them perched on your head, you've probably considered LASIK surgery. But the idea of having a doctor perform such a delicate procedure on a body part as precious as your eyes may be keeping you from taking advantage of this amazing technology.
Custom laser vision correction, using sophisticated iris tracking, is the latest advance in the field of laser vision correction. We all have unique imperfections in our eyes, such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism, sometimes in combination. Irregularities happen because of the way our eye bends light, and these unique imperfections are known by eye care professionals as 'wavefront abnormalities'.
If you're considering LASIK surgery, you'll meet with an experienced ophthalmologist to check your vision and review your medical history. The ophthalmologist will discuss traditional and custom LASIK options.
The requirements for LASIK are: