Edward E. Manche, M.D.
Your eyes tell a great story, why hide them behind glasses?
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Edward E. Manche, MD, is the Director of Refractive Surgery at the Stanford Eye Laser Center and an Professor of Ophthalmology in the Stanford University School of Medicine. He is one of the few physicians in the world today who specializes in laser and surgical techniques for vision correction, and has personally performed thousands of procedures. He was recognized in "AmericaÃ¢??s Top Doctors", "Best Doctors in America", "Top Doctors in Silicon Valley", "AmericaÃ¢??s Top Ophthalmologists", "Top 500 Doctors in the Bay Area" and "Guide to Americas Top Ophthalmologists".
Stanford Eye Laser Center
The Stanford Eye Laser Center is committed to the safest and most advanced techniques for correcting vision. Vision that is less reliant on traditional correctional methods such as glasses and contact lenses means greater mobility, freedom and safety—and the Stanford Eye Laser Center is a leader in the technology that makes such unhindered vision possible.
Before your eyes can be corrected a thorough exam must be conducted. Most people with slight abberations in their sight have otherwise healthy eyes, so this is generally little more than a routine examination.
Wavefront-LASIK (Custom LASIK) The Latest in Laser Eye Surgery
Custom LASIK involves measuring the eye from front to back with a special laser, using what's called wavefront technology, to create a three-dimensional (3-D) image of the eye. The information contained in the wavefront-map guides the laser in customizing the treatment to your individual visual system.
The IntraLASIK procedure uses a precision laser device to create potentially a more precise flap without the use of a blade.
Laser In Situ Keratomileusis (LASIK)
LASIK has become the procedure of choice for almost all levels of refractive error when performed by an expert surgeon. An excimer laser reshapes the partially-exposed central cornea under a thin corneal flap. The flap is then replaced over the cornea without the need for sutures.
Photo-Refractive Keratectomy (PRK)
PRK is done without any incisions at all. The cornea is reshaped by the laser to compensate for the effects of nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism.
If you wish to schedule a free evaluation, please complete your information on the form provided on this website. At this visit, you will be examined by Dr. Manche, who specializes in laser vision correction procedures. This evaluation is necessary to determine if you are a suitable candidate for laser vision correction and we will answer most of your basic questions regarding laser vision correction.
When it comes to something as important as your vision, there should be no compromise in the level of medical expertise you devote to it.
As an ophthalmologist who performs LASIK surgery on a regular basis, I understand the importance of excellent visual acuity. I chose Dr. Manche to perform my LASIK surgery because of his experience, expertise and most importantly, his high ethical standard. I now enjoy 20/20 vision in both eyes without glasses or contact lenses.-Anonymous, LASIK Procedure
- Stanford Eye Laser Center employs the latest technologies available for vision correction.
- Over a century's heritage of innovation and care.
- Safest and most advanced techniques for correcting vision.
- Leader in eye surgery research.
Some of our most asked about procedures: CK - Conductive Keratoplasty, LASIK Eye Surgery, CustomCornea® LASIK, Custom Wavefront LASIK, CustomVue™ Visx LASIK
Areas Served: Redwood City CA, Mountain View CA, Los Altos CA, San Jose CA, Fremont CA, San Francisco CA, Sunnyvale CA, East Bay