LASIK in Los Angeles

Why Choose Us For Lasik?

At the Kagan Institute, clear vision is everything. It lets you fully enjoy every beautiful moment life throws your way. Dr. Kagan, with his 28 years of experience in refractive surgery and over 5000 LASIK surgeries under his belt, is all about making sure you get a safe, accurate, and totally tailored procedure. His deep know-how, mixed with our team's genuine care and attention, means every patient gets a plan that's right for them to hit their vision goals. We're big on teaching our patients and sticking by them after surgery, which is why people looking to reduce their dependence on glasses and contacts come to us. Choosing the Kagan Institute gets you top-notch expertise and a journey to great vision that's all about you.

The Science Behind LASIK

LASIK, or Laser-Assisted in Situ Keratomileusis, is a state-of-the-art surgical procedure that corrects refractive errors such as myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), and astigmatism.


How it Works

Preparation: A thin flap in the cornea is created using a laser.

Reshaping: An excimer laser is then used to precisely reshape the corneal tissue beneath the flap, correcting the refractive error.

Recovery: The flap is repositioned, and the eye begins to heal naturally. Dr. Kagan and the team at Kagan Institute utilize cutting-edge technology to ensure the procedure is as accurate and comfortable as possible.

Benefits of LASIK

LASIK is widely celebrated for the following benefits:

Quick Recovery: Most patients notice improved vision within a day or two.

Pain-Free: The procedure is virtually painless with the use of numbing drops.

Reduced Dependence on Glasses or Contacts: Many patients no longer need corrective lenses after LASIK.

Comparing LASIK to PRK

Photorefractive Keratectomy (PRK) is another laser eye surgery similar to LASIK. Here's a comparison:

Recovery Time: PRK generally has a longer recovery time than LASIK (about 3-5 days longer).

Flap Creation: Unlike LASIK, PRK doesn't involve creating a corneal flap.

Candidates: PRK may be suitable for those who are not candidates for LASIK due to thin corneas or other reasons. Both options are offered at Kagan Institute, where we work with you to choose the best option.

Patient Experience of the Procedure Process

At the Kagan Institute, patient satisfaction is our priority. From the initial consultation to the post-procedure care, Dr. Kagan ensures a comfortable and seamless experience.


LASIK at the Kagan Institute offers a revolutionary and precise vision correction option, with numerous benefits and personalized care from Dr. Kagan before, during, and after your procedure.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is LASIK safe?

Yes, LASIK is considered a safe procedure with a high success rate.

How long does the procedure take?

Typically, the procedure takes about 10 to 15 minutes per eye.

Will I need glasses after LASIK?

Most patients experience a significant reduction or complete elimination of the need for glasses or contacts

Is LASIK painful?

No, LASIK is virtually painless.

How do LASIK and PRK differ?

The main differences involve flap creation and recovery time, as outlined above.

Can anyone have LASIK?

Certain eye conditions or corneal thickness may affect eligibility, which Dr. Kagan will assess.

How long does recovery take?

Most patients experience improved vision within a day or two.

Your Superior Experience at Kagan Institute

Choosing the Kagan Institute for your LASIK procedure guarantees an unparalleled experience. Dr. Kagan and our skilled team prioritize your comfort, providing a personalized plan for your vision correction.

From cutting-edge technology to ongoing support, we stand out as a leading choice for LASIK eye surgery. Contact us today to start your journey towards clearer vision!

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