Laser Vision Correction

#1 Eye Care Center for LASIK and PRK in Phoenix



Walman Eye Center specializes in Laser Vision Correction for residents all over Greater Phoenix with 2 locations located in Central Phoenix and Sun City. Our offices are equipped with the latest technology in laser vision correction and each staff member is trained and certified to assist the doctor before, during, and after each procedure to ensure the highest quality of treatment to each patient. These advancements have enabled our team to better assist patients with their vision problems along with raising the bar for proven results. From LASIK to cataract surgery, it is our priority to offer our patients the latest and most advanced eye doctor treatment options and technologies.


Walman Eye Center offers emergency eye care for those unexpected eye emergencies that require immediate attention from an ophthalmologist.


During your consultation or exam, the Walman Eye Center team can get a better understanding of your individual eye care needs to better treat you.


Personalized one-on-one eye care is crucial for your overall eye health. Our team is dedicated to each client and their individual eye care needs.

Frequently Asked Questions About Laser Vision Correction

LASIK or PRK? What is the best type of refractive surgical procedure for you?

If you are a candidate, Lasik is usually the best option because of its precision and rapid healing. Sometimes, it is safer to utilize PRK – a procedure that still gives us the great precision but does take a little longer to heal. Everyone’s eyes are different; a consultation (which itself is free) with Dr. Walman will result in answers for you as to what technique your unique situation will work best for you.

Will I have pain with a Laser Treatment?

Anesthesia with the eyedrops works very effectively. Some people will feel some mild pressure on the eyelids during the procedure, but the eye itself, after the eyedrops, is expected to be comfortable. After a Lasik procedure, there is a pain, like the sensation of getting sand in your eyes at the beach, for 5 hours. However, if you keep the eyes closed during this period of time, that pain is minimized. In addition, if you focus on the fact that this stage is consistently and reliably over within 5 hours, people get through this stage fine. Bottom line; we send you home to sleep, and by the next morning the eyes are feeling comfortable and are functioning.

Will I see anything during the procedure?

It is impossible to see any details of the procedure; you will only see some colored lights.

What happens if I move my eyes during the procedure?

Once the flap has been lifted, you will be directed to look at a red pinpoint of light. Some people wonder if they are going to mess things up if they happen to move and momentarily lose track of the light; not to worry, because the laser has a tracker that visually locks onto the eye, so that even if you move slightly, the head of the laser will move with you. You may slow things up, but you won’t mess things up.

How fast will I heal? How fast can I return to work?

For Lasik, you can return to normal activities and work by the next day. There will be some minor fluctuations in vision over the 3 month healing period, but you should be functional from Day 1.

What is the cost of Laser Refractive Surgery?

When you come in for your free consultation, we will be able to determine if you are a candidate, and what type of procedure would be most appropriate for you. We can then discuss with you the cost for your procedure, and how to make it affordable for you.

Is patient financing available?

Yes; we do have financing options to make the procedure affordable.



2020 N Central Ave
Suite 1100
Phoenix, AZ 85004
(602) 222-2020


10615 W Thunderbird Rd
Suite D180
Sun City, AZ 85351
(602) 222-2020