Laser Eye Surgery

Expert PRK Laser Surgery in Ogden Utah

Not qualified for Lasik surgery? Our PRK Laser Surgery is Your Best Option

Lasik surgery is the most common laser surgery procedure done in America today. Many Americans have improved their vision with Lasik surgery, but the problem is, not everyone is qualified for Lasik surgery.
No need to worry, we can offer the best option for you!
Did you know that PRK surgery was the first laser refractive procedure done in the United States and the first to get FDA approval?
This is good news for those patients who do not qualify for Lasik surgery.
PRK laser surgery is one of the best options for those who are not ideal Lasik candidates due to age and health issues or those who have thin and irregularly shaped corneas.
PRK or Photorefractive Keratectomy is another type of laser refractive surgery similar to Lasik.
We recommend PRK for patients who have thin corneas.

Clearer Vision with PRK

Taking good care of our eyes can be done with the help of Opthalmology specialists you can trust.
At Clayson Williams Eye Center, our PRK Laser Surgery procedure has given many Utah residents clearer vision.
We use the latest technology to ensure that you get the best care possible. The most advanced procedures are now available for Ogden residents and those living in the surrounding communities.
Our eye surgeons have completed top levels of training, and they are ready to answer all of your questions.
Before surgery, our patients go through comprehensive eye examinations to ensure accuracy.
Every eye condition is unique. We propose the best solution for each patient. Surgery is recommended only if we are sure that you will get the best results from it.

Ideal Candidates for PRK

You should be healthy and must have a refractive error that is stable for a year (between +5.00 to -12.00 diopters).


Just like Lasik, those with pre-existing conditions like diabetes, glaucoma, rheumatoid arthritis, collagen vascular disease, and keratoconus are not ideal candidates for PRK laser surgery.


Those who have used steroids before may also be disqualified for the PRK procedure.

PRK Difference with Lasik

PRK is the older procedure than Lasik, and the main difference is that PRK does not involve laser to create a flap in the top layer of your corneal tissue. With PRK, a portion of the outer, top layer of the cornea(epithelium) is removed gently during the procedure.

Recovery Process

Unlike Lasik, PRK patients need a longer period for the eye to heal. After surgery, the eye will feel like it has gone through a scrape or abrasion.


A soft contact lens is placed on the eye that acts like a bandage for four to five days.


Vision is blurry at first but will gradually improve as the surface of the epithelium heals.


You need to get plenty of rest during the first week after the surgery. You may return to work once you feel confident with your vision.


According to studies, PRK patients get the same results of Lasik patients after three weeks from surgery.


Clayson Williams eye center offers a complete line of professional eye care services, as well as They do vision exams and write eye glass prescriptions.

Keep Your Eyes Healthy

Routine eye exams are a vital part of your overall health.

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