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Lasik ImageAt Madison Eye Associates, we provide comprehensive care to meet the vision needs of our patients. As an optometrist, Dr. Michael G. Madison offers pre- and post-operative care for patients undergoing LASIK eye surgery or other eye surgical procedures. Our goal is to help you attain the clearest vision possible using advanced technologies.

Evaluation and Referral

LASIK (laser assisted in situ keratomileusis) surgery uses the latest advancements in technology to provide faster recovery times and precise results. LASIK surgery has been effective in treating myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism and other eye conditions. At Madison Eye Associates, we provide evaluations and referrals for patients interested in LASIK surgery. Dr. Madison performs a complete review of your patient history as well as a full assessment of your eye health and vision. A current exam is important to determining if you are a candidate for LASIK surgery and if there are any other factors that may affect your results. The history review enables our optometrist to determine if your prescription is stable and you are healthy enough to consider surgery.

Once Dr. Madison has performed the evaluation and determined whether you are a candidate for LASIK, you will be given a referral to the LASIK surgery center we have worked with on an ongoing basis. The center will perform advanced diagnostic testing and will evaluate your eligibility for surgery. Various surgery options will be discussed with you if you are determined to be a surgical candidate. We will be in correspondence with the center regarding your evaluation and surgical determination. If you are considering LASIK surgery, call us at 239-394-3068 to schedule a consultation.

Post-Operative Care

Once your surgery is scheduled, we will schedule follow-up appointments for you in our Marco Island office. Typically, you will begin these follow-ups the day after the surgery and continue at prearranged times over the following six months. After 1 year, a full exam is recommended to determine the long-term results of your procedure. Dr. Madison is experienced in working with patients pre- and post-operation and will answer any questions that you have along the way. If you have questions about LASIK surgery, call 239-394-3068 to speak with our knowledgeable staff or email us.

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We look forward to hearing from you.

Hours of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Great office! Great staff! Very understanding about your eye problems!"
    Deanna D. - Marco Island, FL
  • "Conveniently located. Pleasant, helpful knowledgeable staff. Personable, professional and knowledgeable doctor. I look forward to getting my new glasses!. Diana was very helpful in selecting the perfect fit and style for my face. Thanks to all!"
    Sherri Boston - Google Review
  • "Stop by needed help with broken glasses and got taken care of right away!!"
    Ronaldo Vasquez - Google Review
  • "Dr. Madison is very thorough, very capable, and prescribed the best contact lens prescription for me ever...and I've been wearing contacts for 55 years! He has the latest technology too; no more dilating the pupils. I am extremely pleased."
    Marie Annette Johnson - Google Review
  • "Visiting from out of state and I had a contact emergency. They were so nice and helpful!"
    Jill Malone - Facebook Review

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