To make an appointment with Dr. Geissler, please call 253-248-2020. To make an appointment with Dr. Deem, please call 253-272-4600.
Our state-of-the-art facilities offer the most advanced medical and surgical technology available for all your eye care needs. We have a full service optical dispensary integrated conveniently within our facilities. Our Board Certified physicians are skilled in the latest treatments for glaucoma and diabetic eye disease. We provide laser assisted cataract surgery and offer multifocal ReSTOR, Tecnis, and Toric intraocular lenses to our patients. We also offer ocular plastic and elective facial plastic surgery procedures as well as Custom LASIK and Epi-LASIK laser eye treatments as part of our comprehensive approach to all your eye care needs.
We appreciate the trust you have placed in us. We realize that your eyesight is a precious gift and we are dedicated to preserving it for a lifetime.
Diabetic retinopathy, or weak blood vessels of the eye, is a concern for diabetic patients.Read more...
Glaucoma occurs due to pressure on nerves of the eye and may cause vision loss.Read more...
Custom Wavefront LASIK
Using wavefront technology, the doctor takes an imprint of the eye, almost like a roadmap, to display all of the irregularities, known as aberrations. This custom information is used to provide the most precise correction of refractive error possible. By combining the wavefront technology with LASIK, surgery results in more perfected vision.
Epi-LASIK is similar to LASIK, in that both procedures use a laser to reshape the cornea of the eye. The main difference is that during Epi-LASIK, a very thin flap is made in the epithelium of the eye and then the excimer laser is used to sculpt the corneal tissue underneath. Then the epithelial flap is placed back onto the surface of the cornea. Epi-LASIK is usually recommended for patients with thin corneas. It is a great option for patients for which LASIK might cause undue risk. This procedure is a terrific option for those who are involved in professional or leisure activities that put their eyes at increased risk for trauma or injury.