Schedule your LASIK evaluation today!
Call 785.273.8080 or use our convenient online form.


Gen X and Millennials (ages 21-45)

Photo of a young family.Blade-Free LASIK

Genstler Eye Center is pleased to offer a 100 percent Blade-Free LASIK procedure for a safer, pain-free experience and more precise vision correction. This next generation of laser vision correction makes it possible for many of our patients to achieve better than 20/20 vision.


LASIK (Laser Assisted In-Situ Keratomileusis) corrects high levels of nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism using a laser to change the curvature of the eye. Compared with other methods of vision correction, Blade-Free LASIK results in fewer side effects and complications. In fact, most of our LASIK patients notice a significant improvement in their vision soon after surgery.

Flexible Spending Accounts!

Flexible spending accounts (FSA) allow use of tax-free money to reimburse for eligible medical expenses, like LASIK. Remember, FSA enrollment periods are brief and yours may open soon. Speak with your employee benefits advisor at work now. You may have money in your FSA account that you need to spend before the end of your benefit period. Consider using funds in your flexible spending account for LASIK!

Photo of a Implantable Contact LensImplantable Collamer® Lens (ICL)

The Implantable Collamer Lens, better known as the Implantable Contact Lens, is surgically inserted into the eye to correct your vision. Immediately after ICL, our patients report noticeably sharper, more vivid vision. With more than 80,000 procedures performed worldwide and higher than 99 percent patient satisfaction, ICL is fast becoming the vision correction option of choice.


Patients undergoing ICL tend to enjoy short recovery time, minimal discomfort during and after surgery, and the ability to resume normal activities without the dependence of glasses shortly after the procedure.

Photo of Dr. Genstler and Dr. EllisPhotorefractive Keratectomy (PRK)

Photorefractive keratectomy reshapes the outer layer of the cornea to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism. The procedure uses the same laser as the LASIK procedure.


Although LASIK is more common these days, PRK is a good alternative for patients who cannot undergo LASIK surgery because their cornea is too thin. While LASIK patients have less discomfort and obtain good vision more quickly after surgery, improvement with PRK is gradual and takes weeks or even months to achieve the visual outcome goal. Our skilled doctors can help you assess which procedure is right for you.


Want to schedule a consultation? Click here for our online form.


"Best thing that ever happened to me!"

Donna Haga-Cataract Surgery-Monovision

"A life-changing experience!"

Kelsey Schremmp-Implantable Collamer Lens

"I can now wear sunglasses!"

Linda Lee-Blade Free LASIK

"They are just so friendly that
they make you feel like family."

Melissa Kurtiak-Blade Free LASIK

"The clinic is very professional and friendly."

Linda Blow-Cataract Surgery-Monovision

"They made me feel special!"

Jack Blow-Cataract Surgery-Standard Lens-Distance

"No more glasses! Yea!"

Linda Fox-Cataract Surgery-Lifestyle Lens

"I can see so well for the first time in my life!"

Mary Hughes-Cataract Surgery-Lifestyle Lens

"Genstler is the best! I couldn't be happier."

Tom Palace-Blade-Free LASIK

"My only regret is that I didn't
do the ICL procedure sooner."

Bridgette Proffitt-
Implantable Collamer Lens (ICL)

Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player.

Get Adobe Flash player