About Wills Laser Vision
Wills Laser Vision at Princeton was created by combining the strength of the world-renowned Wills Eye Hospital with the skill of the eye surgeons of The Princeton Eye Group.
Wills Eye Hospital in Philadelphia was America's first eye hospital, and has consistently been one of the leading pioneers in eye care since its founding in 1832. As the oldest institution of its kind, Wills Eye Hospital has built a reputation as one of the leading hospitals dedicated exclusively to eye care. Since the US News and World Report started ranking hospitals in 1990, they have consistently been ranked as one of the best in the United States.
The Princeton Eye Group was founded in 1980 and has expanded from the original office in Princeton to include satellite offices in Somerset and Monroe Township. Its eight eye surgeons themselves are leaders in the area of advanced refractive eye surgery techniques. Many have been named among the top doctors in America, have contributed research and innovations in the field, and have performed successful LASIK surgery on thousands and thousands of patients.
Several years ago, Wills Laser Hospital recognized The Princeton Eye Group as a "Center of Excellence" based on the expertise, experience, and many accomplishments of its eye surgeons. The two organizations created a visionary partnership, the result of which was Wills Laser Vision at Princeton.
In this partnership, Wills Eye Hospital supplies its cutting-edge technical and engineering expertise, while the surgeons of The Princeton Eye Group provide their industry-leading surgical skills and experience.
The Wills LASIK facility was built from the ground up specifically for LASIK with the patient's comfort and convenience in mind. No-cost consultations are offered and financing can be arranged, when needed. All surgery is performed in a sterile operating environment.
The laser used at our New Jersey LASIK facility is the latest Wavelight Allegretto Eye-Q 400 system, which allows the doctors at Wills Laser Vision at Princeton to view and measure the intricate details of your entire visual system. This evolution provides treatment for more patients, some of whom were previously not candidates for LASIK, by providing a detailed map of the refractive errors that are unique to your vision. The errors are then corrected using a precision guided beam of light. Years of experience are combined with these technological advances to provide the highest quality care to LASIK patients.
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Parking is close, convenient and free. The facility is handicap accessible.