All Laser Lasik

For the most advanced techniques in all laser LASIK eye surgery, contact our Lasik Center Medical Group in Orange County for a free consultation with our top Ophthalmologist, Alexandra Chebil M.D.

What is it?

During the Lasik vision correction procedure, a very thin layer is lifted from the surface of the cornea using a small instrument called a microkeratome. 

When a laser is used to lift this layer, the procedure is called “all laser LASIK”.

Am I a Candidate?

Most patients do not require this procedure, unless they have thinner than average corneas.

During your initial consultation, Dr. Alexandra Chebil will measure your corneas and let you know which procedure is best for you. PRK is also a treatment option for patients with thin corneas.


how much is it?

In general, most patients will not require all laser LASIK, thus reducing the cost of the procedure. Our Orange County Lasik office prides itself on personalized care with no hidden fees. 

All the details of your procedure will be shared with you during your complimentary LASIK evaluation.

All Laser Lasik Vs. Traditional Lasik

In both methods a flap is made. During traditional LASIK, a microkeratome is used, while the first one uses laser energy to create the flap.

Complications are quite rare with LASIK vision correction, and both options are safe. What’s important is having your LASIK treatment performed by a qualified and experienced ophthalmologist like Dr.
Alexandra Chebil, M.D.

Orange County patients appreciate the personalized care they receive from Dr. Chebil. She is a board-certified Ophthalmologist (F.R.C.S.C.) with over 70,000 LASIK, custom LASIK and PRK procedures performed.

If you’re considering refractive surgery for yourself or a family member, contact us and schedule a free evaluation with Dr. Alexandra Chebil, M.D.