The Fine Art of Vision Care
Lasik, PRK, Cataract Surgery
We Have Provided
A Full Range of Modern Vision Correction Services
For Over 35 Years
For a Free Consultation!
Rose Medical Plaza
4545 East Ninth Avenue, #270
Denver, CO 80220
Decades of Profession Eye Care!
Are you considering LASIK or PRK?
With Laser Vision Correction you will be able to see, without glasses or contact lenses?
Since the FDA approved LASER VISION CORRECTION in 1995, millions of people, like you, have safely and successfully decreased their dependence on corrective lenses with LASIK and PRK. LASIK and/or PRK may be a safe and effective option for you, so you, too, can enjoy better vision, without glasses or contacts.
Richard Levinson, M.D., is a Board Certified Ophthalmologist with more than 35 years of experience as an Eye Surgeon. Since 1996, Dr. Levinson has helped thousands of people throughout the Denver metro area decrease their dependence on glasses and contact lenses with LASIK and PRK – Laser Vision Correction.
While consideration of cost is important, consideration of safety and effectiveness is even more important. The purpose of this website is to provide you with extensive information to help you determine if LASIK or PRK is a safe option for you, and to explain Dr. Levinson’s approach for providing The Fine Art of Laser Vision Correction.
If you are interested in further information to determine if LASIK or PRK is right for you, please contact our office to schedule a free consultation with Dr. Levinson. Dr. Levinson will meet with you at your initial consultation to determine if you are a good candidate for Laser Vision Correction and to discuss with you which options may be most appropriate for you.
Need Cataract Surgery?
Things Looking a Little Dark?
Imagine being able to see, without the blurred vision caused by your clouded lense?
Cataract surgery is the most common surgery performed in the U.S. today. It is performed on an out-patient basis and can offer significant improvements to vision. In cataract surgery, the clouded lens of your eye is replaced with a plastic lens, an intraocular lens (IOL).
Are Important for Seeing the World Around You
In general, routine eye care consists of regular exams that look at the health of your eyes, and also determines whether you need contacts or eye glasses for farsightedness, nearsightedness or astigmatism.
We recommend that people between the ages of 20-30 get their eye checked every two years, and once a year starting in their late 30s.
People with diabetes, or who are at risk of developing glaucoma, should also have their eyes checked yearly. Early detection is the best way to treat eye disease and prevent vision loss.