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Seeking LASIK eye surgery in New Jersey? Find out if you are a LASIK candidate by taking this simple test.

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LASIK Laser Eye Surgery New Jersey

If you are seeking LASIK in New Jersey call us today to get the answers you have been seeking. We offer LASIK consultations so that our patients can make informed decisions from experienced professionals. The Cornea and Laser Eye Institute - Hersh Vision Group offers other numerous vision correction options: Custom LASIK, Wavelight LASIK and LASEK, PRK, All laser LASIK with IntraLASE™, and NearVision CK.


The Most Advanced LASIK Technology

For those of you considering LASIK eye surgery the recent advancements in technology have made lasik a better, more effective procedure. For a complete understanding of our blade-free LASIK platform with Advanced Wavelight Technology please see our NEW page on IntraLase. LASIK eye surgery customized for you!

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Corneal Tissue Inlay for KC (CTAK)


We are currently enrolling patients in a clinical study looking at a new surgical method to treat keratoconus, called CTAK (#NCT02649738,  This a procedure in which a small disc of preserved corneal tissue obtained from the eye bank is placed within your own cornea.  The goal is to increase the thickness of the cornea (which thins in keratoconus) and to decrease the irregularity of the keratoconic cornea.  By doing this, we hope to improve your glasses corrected vision and/or fit of a contact lens.  It may also allow other procedures to treat keratoconus in the future.    


In the September, 2017 edition of EyeWorld, Dr. Hersh was interviewed on this exciting new treatment option, Corneal Tissue Addition for Keratoconus (CTAK).  CTAK Publication

This study is open to patients who have keratoconus and are at least 18 years of age.  Please contact for a full list of qualifications.  An evaluation would be needed to see if this clinical trial may benefit you. 

Before (left) and after (right) CTAK tissue implantation



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