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See inside Goel Vision’s state-of-the-art laser facilities in Columbia and Towson, Maryland. From the moment you arrive, you’ll feel at ease knowing you’ll be taken care of every step of the way by our friendly staff. During your visit we’ll perform a variety of tests to help determine which vision correction procedure will be best for you. We offer six procedures in all that feature advanced testing that can customize treatment to your specific needs. So book your appointment today. You’ll have to see it to believe it.

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Introducing the next generation of laser vision correction… SMILE! To date, over four million procedures worldwide have experienced the astonishing results of SMILE eye surgery. Less dry eyes. Faster vision recovery. And you can begin seeing clearly almost immediately and resume all your daily activities the very next day.

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Whatever vision challenges you may have, you can trust Goel Vision has the solution that’s just right for you. Goel Vision offers three laser vision solutions: SMILE, LASIK and PRK. And three lens-based vision solutions: Cataract, RLE and ICL surgery. With over 95,000 LASIK procedures, Dr. Goel is one of the most experienced eye surgeons in the country and the only SMILE surgeon in Maryland.

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Transform the way you see the world with SMILE laser vision correction from Goel Vision. In a matter of minutes, you can enjoy life again without the hassles and discomfort of contacts or glasses. One of the most amazing results of our SMILE refractive solution is that you can be running, swimming and living your life without restrictions the very next day after the procedure.

SMILE As Seen On “CBS This Morning”

If you’re experiencing the hassles of foggy glasses while wearing a mask, take a closer look at SMILE laser eye surgery and learn more about the benefits of this remarkable new procedure. This quick, easy, advanced laser procedure creates a thin contact lens shaped layer just beneath the surface of the eye and then a small opening through which that layer is removed, quickly correcting your vision. The results are simply amazing. Less downtime and less dryness than LASIK, giving you so much more to SMILE about.

SMILE Eye Surgery for Patients with Astigmatism

Laser eye surgery has been a breakthrough in the world of refractive vision treatment. In fact, those who receive this surgery can sometimes totally ditch their distance glasses or contact solutions for good. Some refractive treatments can even have patients seeing 20/20 after the cornea procedure is complete. However, with new technology advancing rapidly, new… Read more »

Possible Risks & Complications of SMILE

Visual surgery is a common way to treat vision problems. When it goes right, patients requiring severe corrective lenses can be left with near-perfect vision. In recent years, laser surgeries have dominated the field. They provide faster, safer and more precise means for doctors to fix eye problems. One of the newest and most popular… Read more »

Can Level and Angle of Astigmatism Change Within a Year?

Astigmatism prescriptions can change and often do so with advancing age. Small changes to the shape of your cornea can often cause large changes in the axis measurement, although these are rare. If the axis has changed by more than 90 degrees, you may wish to clarify this with our eye doctor, as a variation this large is quite unusual. If you would like more information about astigmatism, our dedicated and knowledgeable team would be happy to advise you. Call today at 410-888-2020.

How to Prepare for LASIK surgery

Many people who are approved for LASIK are understandably nervous about the prospect of having laser surgery on their eyes. Rest assured, LASIK is considered to be extremely safe when performed by a fully trained and experienced professional. During the consultation, Dr. Goel will answer any questions you have about preparing for LASIK surgery. Call our office to learn more at 410-888-2020.

How to Protect your Eyes from Overexposure to Blue Light

A significant increase in the use of digital devices over the last few decades has meant that there is a new threat to our vision, and it comes in the form of overexposure to blue light. Overexposure to blue light from digital devices can affect your eyes and general health. Learn how to protect your eyes.