LASIK backed by Milwaukee’s Premier Eye Care Center
We are Milwaukee’s LASIK and Laser Eye Surgery Leader. The highest quality patient care, cutting-edge research and education leadership come together at the Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Eye Institute, making us the leading vision care center in southeastern Wisconsin.
John D. Suson, MD, is a comprehensive ophthalmologist who specializes in LASIK eye surgery for the correction of near-sightedness and far-sightedness. He has decades of experience with performing and teaching refractive surgery and uses the latest technology in laser vision correction. He is among the most trusted LASIK surgeons in southeastern Wisconsin.
We utilize the Alcon Wavelight® EX500 Excimer and FS200 Femtosecond Lasers to give you a highly accurate, safe, and fast surgical experience. This advanced technology allows us to perform completely blade-free LASIK eye surgery with unparalleled speed and accuracy. Contact us to find out how Dr. Suson can use these LASIK technologies to improve your vision and lifestyle.
Knowledge is Power
Deciding to have refractive surgery and selecting your LASIK surgeon shouldn’t be as simple as ordering off a menu. It’s your eyes, after all! That’s why we feel it’s our responsibility to accurately and honestly represent the facts regarding LASIK. As such, we have written a free consumer guide about refractive surgery to answer some of your questions before you schedule your LASIK consultation.
Working at the Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Eye Institute, our surgeons provide the most advanced LASIK technology & vision services.
Need to find us or get in touch?
Our surgeons see patients at the Medical College of Wisconsin Eye Institute, located on the Milwaukee Regional Medical Campus near the Zoo Interchange.
To schedule your consultation,
Call Us for a Consultation! 414-955-7812
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*Results are not guaranteed, may not be permanent and can vary per individual. Some images are of models, not actual patients.