Top Lasik Surgeons in Indianapolis, IN

Even if you have lived in Indianapolis IN for a long time, a lasik surgeon is not something you need every day. Which makes it even more vital to find a reliable lasik doctor to perform your lasik eye surgery, this is not something you want to leave to chance. Our list for Indianapolis IN will give you an excellent place to start your search for the best lasik surgeons in Indianapolis IN without having to do hours of research.

Our listings are carefully maintained to ensure positive experiences for our users as best as we can. We want to make sure that your laser eye surgery is a good experience for you so make sure you check with a couple of the lasik surgeons listed in Indianapolis IN to find which one you are most comfortable with and who will be the perfect surgeon for you.

  • Robert Deitch, M.D.

    Robert Deitch, M.D.

    Indianapolis, IN

    Dr. Robert Deitch was previously an associate Professor of Ophthalmology at Indiana University. In addition, Dr. Robert Deitch has also been consistently selected by his peers as one of the “Best Doctors in America”.

  • Earl E. Lanter MD, OD, FACS

    Earl E. Lanter MD, OD, FACS

    Indianapolis, IN

    Dr. Earl Lanter started his private practice in Indianapolis in the year 1988. He is well-known for being one of the first eye surgeons in the United States performing Clear Corneal Cataract surgery using topical anesthesia. Dr. Earl Lanter was also the surgeon who performed the first LASIK surgery in Indianapolis.

  • Francis W. Price, Jr. MD.

    Francis W. Price, Jr. MD.

    Indianapolis, IN

    Dr. Francis Price was previously recognized as one of the top physicians in the country for corneal disease and transplantation. Today, Dr. Price is also considered to be the most experienced Indianapolis eye doctor in the region.

  • Erik Barrett, M.D.

    Erik Barrett, M.D.

    Indianapolis, IN

    Dr. Erik Barrett is known to have undergone extensive specialty training in comprehensive eye care and ophthalmic surgery. Dr. Barrett is a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery as well.

  • John H. Abrams M.D., FACS

    John H. Abrams M.D., FACS

    Indianapolis, IN

    Dr. John Abrams specializes in cataract surgery, refractive and laser surgery as well as the treatment of glaucoma and diabetic eye diseases. He is also currently the team ophthalmologist for the Indiana Pacers, Indiana Fever, and the the University of Indianapolis.

  • William E. Whitson, MD

    William E. Whitson, MD

    Indianapolis, IN

    Dr. William Whitson is well-known for being a board-certified ophthalmologist and a fellowship-trained cornea specialist. The scope of his practice includes refractive surgery, cataract surgery, cornea and anterior segment diseases, as well as complications of intraocular lenses.

  • Stephen Johnson, M.D.

    Stephen Johnson, M.D.

    Indianapolis, IN

    Dr. Stephen Johnson is widely recognized for being one of the first surgeons in Indiana to perform epikeratophakia, often referred to as the "living contact lens". Dr. Stephen Johnson has been in private practice at Midwest Eye Institute since 1983.

  • Anne Schroeder, M.D.

    Anne Schroeder, M.D.

    Indianapolis, IN

    Dr. Anne Schroeder completed her ophthalmology training at the Havener Eye Institute at The Ohio State University. She is also a graduate of The Chicago Medical School and is currently in practice at the Price Vision Group. Dr. Anne Schroeder specializes in treating patients with conditions such as dry eye, ocular surface disorders, and glaucoma.

  • Luis E. Colón, M.D.

    Luis E. Colón, M.D.

    Indianapolis, IN

    Dr. Luis Colon completed his ophthalmology residency at Fitzsimons Army Medical Center in Aurora, Colorado while serving in the U.S. Armed Forces. Dr. Colon specializes in refractive cataract surgery procedures, such as presbyopia correcting intraocular lenses, as well as dry eye treatment.

  • Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee.

    Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee.

    We actually don't advise stinging like a bee since they die after they sting someone once, instead, sting like a wasp. The point is, we are in search of the best but we are picky and not ready to settle for anyone we don't consider to be the top in their field! If you have a suggestion of someone you think should be on this list, please let us know.

 

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