Waite Vision

Aaron Waite, MD

Dr. Aaron Waite is a fellowship trained, board-certified ophthalmologist and the founder of Waite Vision. He discovered his passion for ophthalmology while working as an ophthalmic technician and scribe. During this time, he witnessed the life-changing impact modern eye surgery can have on an individual’s life.

Best LASIK in Utah

7 Things to look for in a surgeon prior to Your LASIK I have seen firsthand thousands of lives positively changed by vision correction surgery. The technology available today is nothing short of miraculous. Among these procedures, LASIK (laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis) is the most common form of laser eye surgery and patients with nearsightedness …

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Refractive Lens Exchange RLE Utah vs. CLR

Refractive Lens Exchange (RLE), also known as Custom Lens Replacement (CLR), is a precise and long-lasting solution for age-related vision changes caused by aging in the eye’s natural lens. Patients who have undergone RLE eye surgery describe it as “turning back the clock,” because they no longer need reading glasses. It restores their youthful vision and prevents …

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Waite Vision Collaborative Learning

Waite Vision: Committed to Collaborative Learning

At Waite Vision, we are committed to collaborative learning and continuing education. Aaron Waite, MD, recently partnered with Greg Parkhurst, MD, a leading San Antonio LASIK surgeon, in a co-learning experience at Parkhurst NuVision “LASIK Eye Surgery San Antonio” where each surgeon shared their knowledge and expertise. Both surgeons are part of the Refractive Surgery …

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Keratoconus Utah

Keratoconus is an eye condition that thins the cornea (the front clear part of the eye) and causes it to lose the normal curved shape, making a cone-like shape. The cornea is responsible for focusing most of the light that enters the eye. When the cornea is distorted from keratoconus, the vision suffers. It would …

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Can LASIK Fix Astigmatism?

What is Astigmatism? The idea that astigmatism cannot be corrected with LASIK laser eye surgery is one of the most prevalent myths concerning laser vision correction. In fact, laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis (LASIK) is the most popular method for treating astigmatism and nearsightedness (myopia). This misinformation may have deterred thousands of people with astigmatism from …

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