Correction of NEARsightedness, FARsightedness & Astigmatism

Our exciting all-laser iLASIK procedure features the same CustomVue laser technology approved for LASIK on the US military, NASA astronauts and Top Gun fighter pilots. Wallace Eye Associates is proud to be the first and only practice in CENLA to offer patients laser vision correction in a fully dedicated laser suite designed specifically for LASIK.

CustomVue also allows our surgeons to customize your LASIK procedure specifically for your lifestyle and visual needs. Each LASIK procedure is as custom as your fingerprint and DNA.

iLASIK at Wallace Eye Associates is FDA-approved for the correction of NEARsightedness, FARsightedness and Astigmatism. The actual laser portion of your LASIK procedure takes less than 60 seconds to perform. Our LASIK system features advanced eye tracking technology to help insure the best possible outcomes and help reduce any fear or anxiety patients might have.

Great Results by Day and by Night

One year after the CustomVue procedure, patients in a clinical study reported these great results without glasses and contact lenses:

  • 100% could pass a driving test
  • 98% could see 20/20 or better
  • 70% could see better than 20/20

In the clinical study, four times as many people were very satisfied with their night vision after the procedure as compared to their night vision before with glasses or contact lenses.[/column]

Clear Vision – Anytime, Anywhere!

VISX® lasers have been used to perform millions of laser vision correction procedures in the U.S. and around the world. If you’re over the age of 21, and are nearsighted and/or astigmatic, you may be a candidate for the CustomVue procedure.


LASIK is ideal for those who:
  • want to reduce or eliminate their dependence on glasses or contacts
  • are at least 21 years of age
  • have had a stable eye prescription for at least one year
  • have no health issues affecting their eyes
  • have no signs of glaucoma or cataracts
  • are not pregnant, nursing or have an autoimmune disease

Take the First Step…
The first step to finding out whether or not you are an ideal candidate for LASIK is to schedule a complimentary LASIK consultation. During your consultation, advanced diagnostics will be used to measure the thickness and curvature of your cornea to help determine your candidacy.