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SA4i Commends Houston’s Premier Eye Doctor Offering Better Night Vision and Glare Control

Houston, TX (PRWEB) December 07, 2012

As you probably know, during nighttime hours and other dark conditions, the pupil becomes larger (dilates) to permit the maximum amount of light to enter the eye.

Dr. John Goosey takes this into consideration as part of the eye correction needs when he performs laser correction surgery.

Only doctors experienced in the medical management and surgical treatment of the cornea (and who have been trained in laser refractive surgery including laser system calibration and operation) are allowed to use an Excimer Laser System; and, must do so in compliance with FDA approval.

Dr. Goosey is a nationally board-certified Ophthalmologist who is internationally known and respected as a world leader in corneal and refractive surgery. Dr. Goosey is known as “The Specialist’s Specialist” because of the number of doctors, including Ophthalmologists, who have chosen Dr. Goosey to perform their laser surgery.

Why do they choose Dr. Goosey? SA4i knows very well that the reason is because of both his surgical experience and because he has a highly successful career with a proven track record as a corneal specialist.

He knows that when the optical zone is smaller than the size of the pupil at its largest, there is a good chance that the patient will experience difficulties including poor night vision, glare problems and/or halos around bright objects (such as oncoming headlights).

Dr. Goosey knows why vision blurs and how to correct it the safest and most successful way possible. That is why Dr. Goosey has chosen to use the technology of Allegretto products, including the Allegretto Wave Eye-Q Excimer Laser System. As a corneal expert, he uses the Allegretto Laser Wave Eye-Q and its Perfect Plus technology because it produces the smoothest corneal surface so he can provide sharper vision and excellent results to his patients.

By combining his expertise with Allegretto technology, Dr. Goosey is able to produce the largest available optical zone (which virtually will eliminate glare and night vision problems associated with older generation lasers).

As a laser surgery specialist who has used many types of eye laser technologies in thousands of successful operations over the years in his practice, Dr. Goosey settles for nothing less than the most sophisticated equipment available with full FDA approval.

Dr. Goosey customizes the LASIK treatment he provides for each of his patient's individual prescription and cornea. The process starts with a free evaluation with the doctor to determine if an individual is a good candidate for the refractive vision correction procedure of LASIK.

Located at 2855 Gramercy (Houston, Texas 77025), Dr. John Goosey has been named as one of the Best Doctors of Houston by Inside Houston Magazine.

You can schedule your free LASIK evaluation with Dr. Goosey by calling 713-234-6134. Or, you can request your free screening by visiting

SA4i (Strategic Advisors for the Internet) is an online marketing group representing a wide variety of clients. For more information, please contact us at 281-661-8900 or visit our website.

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