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At St. Louis Eye Institute, our focus is on you.

Why St. Louis Eye?

State-of-the-Art Technology, in a State-of-the-Art Facility.

Your vision correction surgery will be performed by top eye doctor, Adam Fedyk, in a state-of-the-art ambulatory surgery center, which is carefully designed to ensure safe, comfortable and effective eye surgery. The dust-free environment and power backup system are features typically found only in hospitals.

Dr. Fedyk uses state-of-the-art equipment to ensure that your surgery will be performed with maximum safety and effectiveness:

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  • The VISX S4 flying-spot, eye-tracking laser, equipped with Iris-Registration, which provides an exceptional level of accuracy in correcting your vision;
  • The IntraLase FS laser, which Dr. Fedyk uses to create pulses of laser light to create a corneal flap, which is then lifted so that LASIK correction surgery can proceed. The IntraLase Method ensures blade-free LASIK surgeries, which are more comfortable, more precise, and faster healing;
  • The Victus Femtosecond laser, which Dr. Fedyk uses to make cataract removal surgery completely bladeless, all computer-controlled and programmed by Dr. Fedyk.

We include Wavefront Technology as part of your LASIK treatment. The Wavefront software allows us to correct minor imperfections unique to your vision, offering many patients better than 20/20 vision, so-called ‘super vision.’

Wavefront analyzers measure aberrations in your eyes. A perfect wavefront is completely flat. When light rays enter the eye and pass through the different structures inside, the wavefront surface changes, taking on a shape unique to that eye. These variations are called wavefront errors.

The wavefront analyzer’s software performs complicated measurements and presents a visual representation of how light is bent by your eye for the surgeon to evaluate. Data from this process is transferred to the laser and used by your surgeon to create a treatment plan for your refractive error including both low and higher-order aberrations. Treating a LASIK laser eye surgery patient with the information taken from the wavefront analyzer can result in greater clarity of vision and fewer complaints of glare or night halos.


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