Total Vision Little Tokyo

Laser Eye Surgery Consultations in Los Angeles

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Decrease Your Reliance on Corrective Lenses

If you’re tired of putting in contact lenses every morning or constantly looking for your glasses, you may have considered laser eye surgery.

As with any surgery, you’ll need to be an appropriate candidate. We’ll evaluate your fitness for laser eye surgery, recommend a surgeon, and counsel you on the right type of surgery for your situation. 

Why Have A Consultation?

While laser eye surgery may seem like a great choice, we have to ensure the procedures are right for you and your eyes. Consultations are eye exams we structure to determine if laser eye surgery is right for you, but there are several conditions that might affect your candidacy:

It’s common for a patient to achieve 20/20 vision following the surgery, but no procedure can guarantee these results. You may still require glasses or contact lenses after surgery, but our team will work with you and help you to manage your expectations of the procedure.

Types of Laser Eye Surgery

The type of laser eye surgery you have will depend on the issues you want to correct, your eye health, and your vision. In most cases, laser eye surgery can help correct common refractive errors like nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia), and astigmatism.

We can determine which surgery is right for you when you visit us for a consultation. If you have any concerns about the procedure and how it can affect your vision, please let us know and we’ll make everything about laser eye surgery crystal clear.


Laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis (LASIK) surgery corrects refractive errors like nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism.

LASIK is a popular laser eye surgery. It reshapes the cornea to change how light refracts (bends) into the eye, correcting the errors. During LASIK, a flap is made in the top layer of the cornea, which is folded back while the cornea is reshaped by the laser.

The flap is placed back to its original position after the surgery and heals back in place over time. If you have thin corneas, you might not be a good candidate for LASIK.

Implantable collamer lens (ICL) surgery involves the permanent insertion of an artificial lens to help correct refractive errors. It’s implanted in the eye without removing the natural lens.

The procedure takes 20–30 minutes, and like LASIK, it isn’t right for everyone.

Clarity Through Consultation

If you’re considering any type of refractive surgery, we can answer all your questions and set you up for success. Please book a consultation with our experienced team today.

Where to Find Us

Our practice is located in downtown Los Angeles in Little Tokyo, right across the street from Japanese Village Plaza.

We validate and pay for parking during your visit.

Our Address

  • 334-B E. 2nd St
  • Los Angeles, CA 90012

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