Dr. Martin Burger, one of the Most Experienced LASIK Surgeons in the Country.

WHEN IT COMES TO YOUR EYES, EXPERIENCE DEFINITELY MATTERS!!!

August 1, 2009 by  
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Dr. Burger measures his success by the visual outcomes of his patients. Dr. Burger utilizes multiple laser platforms to help achieve the best possible visual result for you as a patient. Dr. burger finds that a lot of patients are confused by all the information they read on the internet and that they are told about at different LASIK centers about the different laser technologies and all the different procedures available such as; LASIK, EPI-LASIK, PRK, LASEK, I-LASIK, Wavefront, Custom Cornea , BLadeLess LASIK, etc.

At Dr. Burger’s centers we take the confusion out of the process for you. Our entire focus is on outcomes and achieving the best possible visual results for you as a patient. Instead of getting caught up in all the hype and marketing surrounding a specific procedure or laser technology you need to ask yourself what is my real goal that I want to achieve after refractive surgery? If your answer to that question is I want to achieve the best vision possible after the surgery and be able to see 20/20.

With this in mind wouldn’t it make sense to then seek out the surgeon that has helped more people achieve 20/20 or better vision than any other surgeon in your area?

We have seen patients that have hurt by LASIK eye surgery and every one of those patients have said they wished they would have spent more time researching the experience of the surgeon that performed their eye surgery! Fortunately for you, you have come to the right website because Dr. Burger has helped more people achieve 20/20 or better vision than any other surgeon living in Florida, Indiana, Illinois, or Kentucky. Unlike many other places Dr. Burger utilizes multiple laser platforms because he has found that some laser platforms treat certain eye conditions better than other laser platforms.

Dr. Burger is totally focused on the outcomes for his patients and recommends the procedure that he feels will give each individual patient the best possible visual outcome based on each individual patient testing results and circumstances.

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