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Laser Vision Correction

Drs. Lentz, Komadina, Boswell, and Longoria are certified to perform pre-operative and post-operative care for laser vision correction in Wichita and work closely with trusted surgeons to provide for all of your eye care needs. Laser vision correction is available to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism and in most cases reduce or delay the need for reading glasses.

Our eye doctors find it very rewarding when one of our long-term glasses or contact lens wearers is able to see 20/20 with no correction. If you are interested in laser vision correction, be sure to mention this during your eye examination.

Three Convenient Locations

East Wichita
(316) 634-2020
1223 North Rock Rd., Building C
Wichita, KS 67206

West Wichita
(316) 201-4600
3730 North Ridge Road, Suite 400
Wichita, KS 67205

Newton
(316) 283-7453
120 West 6th, Suite 185
Newton, KS 67114



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