If you are looking at LASIK for your new grad, St. Louis is the place to be. Help your graduate begin adulthood free from the hassles and expense of glasses and contacts.

For many parents and their children, the coming months are full of transition. High school and college graduations are about to take place across the country, marking the end of an era in all of their lives—and the beginning of an exciting new phase of life, too. If you’re in search of the perfect gift to launch your student, why not give them the gift of clear, natural vision?

The last thing your new grad should have to worry about is taking care of contacts and glasses. In fact, contact lenses are often the last concern for young people when they’re faced with new responsibilities, late nights and long hours. As a result, infections are common among late-teen and twenty-somethings. LASIK is a proven solution that’s safe and effective, plus it will save your grad the annual cost of glasses and contacts for years to come.

As a St. Louis LASIK surgeon, I had the honor of correcting the vision of two young people just last week. One is a senior in high school and the other is about to earn his college degree. I take great pride in knowing both of these young adults will be starting their adult lives free from the hassles, expense, and potential downsides contacts and glasses. There is no better gift their parents could have given them!

Under normal circumstances, by the time we are 18 years old, our vision is pretty much where it’s going to be until we reach our mid-40s. There is really no reason why a young person should have to wait to find out if they’re a candidate for LASIK or other laser vision treatments.

Today’s technology is incredible, and we are among only a handful of LASIK providers in the United States to offer LASIK plus all six modern alternatives. Brinton Vision has the technology and experience to offer solutions, even if your student has astigmatism or a strong prescription.

Give the gift that really does keep on giving! Make an appointment for a comprehensive Brinton Vision Ocular Analysis to determine if your student is a candidate for LASIK by clicking here or calling us at 314-375-2020. (Not quite ready to take that step? Take our quick self-test by clicking here!)