At Diamond Vision, we’re your All-Laser LASIK (Intralase) specialists. Our award-winning LASIK eye surgeons provide the best of the best in corrective vision procedures. Our laser eye surgery center has helped thousands of LASIK patients in New Jersey to regain their vision.
We know that you treasure your vision. We all do. That is why our highly trained staff will do everything to restore your eyesight to its former glory, enabling you to finally break free from the shackles of corrective eyewear and enjoy your life to the fullest as you used to – without wearing contacts or glasses.
Furthermore, we have years of experience in the field of laser vision correction, having adopted the majority of the latest and safest technologies as soon as they got approved. We have both the knowledge and practical experience when it comes to giving our patients their vision back.
If you are looking for LASIK in New Jersey, you’ve come to the right place. Become one of the millions who have chosen LASIK and never looked back since.
Using the latest technological advancements, this elective procedure is a highly efficient, safe, and reliable laser vision correction procedure with a success rate of 95%.
If you opt for LASIK eye surgery in our NJ office, apart from receiving the best possible eye care, you will also experience the following benefits of the procedure:
Improved vision: with only one outpatient procedure, you can enjoy better vision, and you can say goodbye to your glasses.
Quick recovery: With most patients getting back to their normal daily activities only a day after surgery, it’s safe to say that there’s almost no downtime with LASIK.
No more corrective eyewear: As already mentioned above, if wearing contacts or glasses annoyed you in the past, they won’t be a problem following LASIK.
Results that last: After having your LASIK surgery in our NJ office and following the stabilization period (usually three months), the results of the treatment will be permanent.
Before undergoing LASIK, our Paramus, NJ eye surgeons will examine your eyes as well as ask you a few questions to see whether LASIK is for you.
The ideal candidates for the procedure are:
To see whether you’re a good candidate for LASIK eye surgery in NJ, it’s always best to schedule a consultation with your eye surgeon first, so they can assess vision first and recommend the best course of action.
LASIK surgery corrects the shape of the cornea that’s mostly responsible for refractive errors, and enables the light to focus on the retina directly.
As such, the treatment can correct:
So whatever your refractive vision errors are, there’s an answer to them. After having LASIK eye surgery in NJ, prepare to see this wonderful world in a whole new light.
Prior to joining Diamond Vision and becoming one of the most acclaimed LASIK surgeons, Dr. Stetson was Chief of Ophthalmology and Medical Director of the Air Force’s prestigious Air Force Academy Laser Eye Clinic. Under his guidance, the Air Force Academy Laser Eye Clinic achieved the best surgery results among the USAF’s six centers, and Dr. Stetson was officially recognized for superior customer satisfaction. Dr. Stetson was chosen to perform the very first Lasik procedure on a US Air Force active duty member, the four-star general in charge of US Space Command! Dr. Stetson’s work, as a vision doctor, with the general, was instrumental in changing Air Force regulations to allow Lasik surgeons to perform procedures on USAF active-duty personnel.
Born in Connecticut and raised in Upstate New York, Dr. Stetson graduated Cum Laude from Colgate University in New York and then earned an MD degree with honors at the University of Vermont College of Medicine. He distinguished himself again in residency at the Albany Medical Center, where he obtained the highest percentile in the Ophthalmology Knowledge Assessment Examinations.
Dr. Stetson has performed more than 50,000 refractive surgeries and has been on LASIK surgeons staff at Diamond Vision since 2004, before becoming Medical Director in 2006.
Apart from LASIK, our Paramus office offers several other treatments for vision problems.
Correcting the shape of the cornea, this highly efficient and safe procedure can treat astigmatism, nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. One of the most reliable treatments in the field, boasting a 95% success rate.
Combining the best of what LASIK has to offer, this procedure is tailored to the specific vision dynamics of the patient. The surgery aims at treating the unique imperfections of every patient’s eyes. With the help of WaveScan technology and the revolutionary Fourier algorithms, we are able to deliver the highest possible resolution of your optical pathway. Then, the advanced laser technology procedures can provide the most effective and accurate treatment.
Intralase LASIK uses the newest Intralase femtosecond laser technology. During this procedure, instead of using a blade to create the corneal flap, your surgeon also uses a laser. This way, Intralase has even better predictability and can serve as an option for those who didn’t qualify for LASIK previously.
Custom LASIK” or “wavefront LASIK.” CustomVue treatments use WaveScan™ technology, originally developed to reduce distortions in high-powered telescopes. The treatment creates a detailed map of your eye and enables the laser to work with even more precision.
PRK laser eye surgery or Photorefractive Keratectomy is part of a family of procedures called “surface ablations” because the laser is applied directly on the surface of the cornea rather than under a flap, as with LASIK. Surgeons worldwide have performed PRK for over 20 years now.
LipiFlow allows treating the causes of evaporative dry eye successfully and with ease.
This dry eyes treatment directly deals with the root causes of the condition, providing gentle and warm heat to the eyelids while at the same time gently massaging them.
During surgery, we will use an ultrasound device or laser to help break up the cloudy cataract lens into tiny pieces. Then these small pieces are carefully removed through gentle suction. After the cloudy lens has been removed, we will replace it with an artificial lens implant.
Intacs corneal implants are an exciting option for individuals experiencing intolerance to contact lenses and who are facing a corneal transplant. Intacs corneal implants may be the best possible option to stabilize the cornea, improve vision and potentially defer the need for a corneal transplant.
Apart from the treatments above, experts in our Paramus office also perform:
These patient testimonials speak for themselves. If you’re looking for laser eye surgery in NJ, your search is over.
As leaders in our field, it’s not just LASIK in NJ in which we excel. We were among the first practices that embraced the latest technology in ophthalmology and have constantly been striving to improve every service we provide.
We use Ocular Response Analyzers, The Oculus Pantacam camera, and other devices that ensure only the best treatment outcomes.