The Omaha Eye & Laser Institute, which serves the entire Midwest, is consistently voted the “Best” in the Omaha area because the business is a “triple threat.”

“First off, we’re insanely proud of our standards – we boast the best and newest technology available in bladeless LASIK – we’re on par with the best surgical practices of New York, Beverly Hills, Dubai, Miami, you name it,” said Dr. JoAnna Liu, O.D. of the Omaha Eye & Laser Institute.

The Omaha Eye & Laser Institute, which has offices in Omaha and Lincoln as well as numerous satellite locations in eastern Nebraska and western Iowa, specializes in Bladeless Customized iLasik (one of the most advanced forms of fully-customized, bladeless Lasik Laser Vision Correction), Laser cataract surgery with the advanced LenSx laser cataract system, and the laser surgical treatment of many other eye diseases. 

“You don’t have to travel out of state or country to have access to the best LASIK technology in the world, because we’ve brought it here to Omaha,” Dr. Liu continued. “Second, we have an amazing staff and team. Our doctors and surgeons have been doing this since the first year LASIK was introduced to the world back in 1993, and they haven’t stopped.”

The Omaha Eye & Laser Institute’s results and their patient experience ratings are consistently voted the best in Omaha.

“Lastly, I love our motivation,” said Dr. Liu. “I’m a firm believer in intraLASIK. I’ve had it done, as have other doctors here, and plenty of our staff, and our goal is to bring it to as many people as we can in Omaha.”

Omaha Eye & Laser Institute

11606 Nicholas St.

Omaha, NE 68154

(800) 964-0288

omahaeye.com


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