301 Perimeter Center North
Atlanta, GA 30346-2404
Phone: 1-800-SEE-MORE (733-6673) or 404-843-EYES (3937)
InView Vision Atlanta Georgia
InView brings together, in one convenient location, the expertise of internationally-renowned physicians and a state-of-the-art facility dedicated to vision correction surgery.
During the past 20 years, InView surgeons have earned worldwide recognition for their expertise in LASIK refractive surgical techniques designed to improve your vision and reduce or eliminate your dependence on glasses and contact lenses.
InView is located at 301 Perimeter Center North Suite 600 in north Atlanta.
InView features multiple waiting rooms, the most advanced eye testing technology and equipment, examination rooms and three LASIK laser suites for vision correction surgery. InView houses the latest LASIK technology and equipment including four LASIK excimer lasers from three different manufacturers for refractive surgery.
InView's ophthalmologists attend professional meetings and lecture internationally.
As a result, they have the earliest possible access to technological advances -- wherever they may be discovered. Over the years, they've studied all types of refractive surgical techniques, including radial keratotomy (RK), astigmatic keratotomy (AK), automated lamellar keratoplasty (ALK), photorefractive keratectomy (PRK), laser in situ keratomileusis (LASIK), intracorneal ring segments (Intacs), laser thermal keratoplasty (LTK), and phakic intraocular lenses (IOLs - recently FDA approved).
A InView LASIK Testimonial
At the age of nine, Scott Slade stood in front of the eye chart in the nurse's office at his elementary school in Griffin, Georgia.
Little did he know the next five minutes would change his life forever. Unable to even see the chart on the wall, Scott was forced to get his first pair of glasses.
"I had no idea I was so visually impaired; I couldn't even see the chart on the wall. I had always been the one who had to sit in the front row in class and I sat two feet from the TV, but I thought that was normal," Scott said.
For reasons uncommon for an average nine-year-old, Scott's diagnosis of poor vision broke his heart. As long as he could remember, Scott had dreamed of being a naval aviator. It was all he had ever wanted to do with his life. Unfortunately, his plans quickly changed when he realized he would never have the vision he needed to be a naval pilot. So he did what every other third grader would do; he chose another career. He decided he would work in radio and television. And he did just that.
Fast-forward 30 something years and you will find Scott in the booth doing the morning news program on WSB-AM Radio. He still holds onto his first passion and flies his own plane, but the glasses are no longer part of his life. On February 16, 1999, Scott said goodbye to his lenses and had LASIK surgery.
"It took me about a year to decide, but [once I had the surgery,] suddenly the whole world opened to me and I was not handicapped anymore. I have a freedom I didn't know I would have this late in life," Scott said.
Scott had an enhancement with InterWave ® LASIK in October, and is still adjusting to his new vision. "It is amazing how clear and clean my vision is. I thought it was good before, but this is incredible," Scott said. "Sometimes I wonder where I would be today, if I had been born with vision like this."
We will never know where Scott Slade would be today if he had been able to see that eye chart when he was in the third grade. What we do know is that he is keeping Atlanta informed with the latest news every morning, and flying his plane as often as he can. And doing it with vision he never thought possible.