I have been waiting for this procedure for years. The results are unbelievable, and Dr. Lusby and staff were so personable and professional. I recommend this experience to everyone I know."

- Lisa P.


At the Lusby Vision Institute, we treat a wide range of refractive eye errors from myopia to astigmatism. Our highly qualified surgeon and caring staff are dedicated to providing our patients with the best possible eye care to improve your vision and enhance the quality of your life.

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Nearsightedness | Farsightedness | Astigmatism | Presbyopia


Nearsightedness, also called myopia, is a very common eye condition that affects hundreds of thousands of people in the U.S. Nearsighted patients have difficulty seeing clearly at a distance often resulting in eyestrain and headaches. Those who are nearsighted have several options available to treat their condition including eyeglasses, contact lenses, and vision correction procedures such as LASIK. If you have distant vision impairment, schedule a consultation with Dr. Lusby to see if you're a good candidate for refractive eye surgery.


Farsightedness, also called hyperopia, is an eye condition that effects a person's ability to clearly see objects at a close distance. Farsighted patients may develop such symptoms as blurred vision, eyestrain, headaches, fatigue, and more. While eyeglasses and contact lenses can correct this problem, refractive eye surgery offers a permanent solution for vision correction. Dr. Lusby can determine if you are an ideal candidate for LASIK surgery.


Astigmatism is one of the most common vision impairments affecting hundreds of thousands of Americans. The eye condition is characterized by both nearsightedness and farsightedness and is the result of an abnormally shaped cornea or eye lens. Astigmatism often leads to blurred and distorted vision, impaired perception, eyestrain, and headaches. While patients with astigmatism were previously deemed unfit candidates for LASIK procedures, more advanced laser technologies now make it possible to permanently treat astigmatism. Consult with Dr. Lusby to determine if you are a candidate for Custom LASIK.


As people age, their vision may gradually begin to decline making it more and more difficult to focus on nearby objects. This eye condition, known as presbyopia, afflicts many individuals over 40 years of age. Unlike refractive eye errors such as farsightedness, nearsightedness, and astigmatism, which are linked to the shape of the cornea, presbyopia is believed to be an age-related event in which the flexibility in the eye lens begins to diminish. There are vision correction treatments for patients with presbyopia including Multifocal IOLs and monovision, which utilizes contact lenses for near vision and one for distant vision.

Please contact us today at the Lusby Vision Institute to find out if you are a candidate for Custom LASIK procedure.