Brinton Vision is proud to be among the best LASIK surgery centers in Missouri and is regularly featured in print, television, and radio media.

Kansas City Star Features Brinton Vision as First Visian Toric ICL Provider

The first Visian Toric ICL in the U.S. was featured in the Kansas City Star. Brinton Vision in St. Louis is proud to have been chosen by STAAR Surgical to be the first to use this groundbreaking technology, giving truck driver David Cheshire the priceless gift of clear, natural vision.

Kansas City Star Features Brinton Vision as First Visian Toric ICL Provider2018-10-24T18:52:12-06:00

St. Louis Truck Driver to be First US Patient to Receive Newly FDA-Approved LASIK Alternative

    READ-ONLY VERSION: October 18, 2018 For immediate release Contact: Jami Palmer Brinton 314-375-2020 (office) [email protected] Saint Louis truck driver to be first U.S. patient to receive newly FDA-approved LASIK alternative to correct vision New Visian Toric ICL corrects nearsightedness and astigmatism; keratoconus patients benefit greatly, too   ST

St. Louis Truck Driver to be First US Patient to Receive Newly FDA-Approved LASIK Alternative2018-10-24T19:40:45-06:00

93.7 The Bull’s Dusty Talks LASIK Cost

How much does LASIK cost in St. Louis, and can I afford it? Dusty Panhorst takes a moment away from The Bull to share his thoughts. Recently we had the pleasure of working with 93.7 The Bull radio’s Dusty Panhorst. Dusty has two little girls and a very active life

93.7 The Bull’s Dusty Talks LASIK Cost2018-02-16T15:09:40-06:00

A Great Yelp Review from a Fellow Doctor

At Brinton Vision, every day we have the opportunity to change lives with LASIK in St. Louis. Our greatest reward comes from the smiles on our patients' faces when they realize clear, crisp vision, often for the first time in their lives. Reading positive Facebook, Google, and Yelp reviews from

A Great Yelp Review from a Fellow Doctor2017-12-21T11:32:21-06:00

KMOV came to Brinton Vision to talk about viewing the solar eclipse

Brinton Vision busted three of the most common myths about viewing the solar eclipse for Channel 4 KMOV St. Louis. Will any dark glasses work? Can you look at the eclipse for a short time? Is damage temporary? Find out what Dr. Jason Brinton has to say.

KMOV came to Brinton Vision to talk about viewing the solar eclipse2017-09-14T06:36:55-06:00