At our eye surgery center Northland location, surgical eye care services are provided by board-certified ophthalmologists. Since 1973, Discover Vision has provided Kansas City and Northland eye care with best-in-class expertise at affordable rates. With services that range from cataract surgery to LASIK eye surgery, our team of optometrists and ophthalmologists enhance your vision by combining acquired technique with new technology and great customer care. To get more information or to schedule an appointment, you can contact us by calling 816-478-1230.
LASIK eye surgery is performed at Discover Vision’s Northland location. To have LASIK, you must first have a LASIK consultation with our team to determine whether you are a candidate for the procedure. LASIK consultations are free of charge and can be scheduled through a virtual or in-office appointment. At the Eye Surgery Center Northland location, LASIK surgery is performed by Dr. Randy Jackson.
PRK eye surgery is a refractive procedure that is recommended as an alternative to LASIK. Again, you must first have a consultation with our team to determine whether you are a candidate for the procedure.
SMILE Vision Correction is the latest advancement in refractive surgery and is an alternative to LASIK and PRK. Similar to LASIK, you must have a consultation with our team to determine whether you are a candidate for the procedure. SMILE consultations are free of charge and can be scheduled through a virtual or in-office appointment.
Light adjustable lens surgery, or LAL, is a procedure that helps two groups of people: those who are forty and older who suffer from presbyopia, and those who are 65+ and have been diagnosed with a cataract. The light adjustable lens is the first lens replacement surgery that allows the doctor to adjust your prescription after surgery.
Refractive Lens Exchange is an elective procedure that may be recommended for those who suffer from presbyopia. Presbyopia typically occurs when one is over forty and begins to experience trouble reading things up close. With RLE, the goal is to remove the natural lens in the eye that has lost its flexibility with age and replace it with a lens that allows you to see at a range of distances, including near, distance, and intermediate.
Full Focus Vision Correction may be recommended for two different age groups: those who are forty-plus and who have difficulty reading up close, and those who are sixty-five or older and have been diagnosed with a cataract. For those who are forty-plus, Full Focus is an elective procedure where the natural lens in the eye is replaced with an intraocular lens that allows you to see at a range of distances. For those who are sixty-five plus with a cataract diagnosis, insurance may cover standard lens replacement, but you would be responsible for upgrading to a premium lens that allows you to see at a range of distances.
ICL is an acronym for Implantable Collamer Lens. ICL may be recommended as an option for those who are nearsighted, farsighted, or have astigmatism. ICL is an intraocular lens that can be placed into the eye without removing the eye’s natural lens.
Intraocular Lens or IOL surgery is a procedure that replaces the natural lens in the eye. IOL surgery may be recommended for those who want to utilize surgery to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, presbyopia, or cataract surgery. As we age, the lens in our eyes loses flexibility, making it difficult to see up close, far away, or in between. The goal of a new IOL is to provide greater focusing power to see more clearly.
Cataracts occur as we age. The natural lens in our eyes changes over time, often becoming cloudy, yellow, or blurred. Because changes happen gradually, it is sometimes difficult to notice; however, when cataracts start to interfere with daily activities, your eye doctor may recommend cataract surgery.
Astigmatism occurs when the cornea, the front surface of the eye, is shaped or curved differently. This abnormal shape makes it difficult for the light that enters the eye to focus on one spot, resulting in blurred vision. Astigmatism may be treated with eyeglasses, contacts, or through refractive surgery such as LASIK or SMILE.
Dry eye is a common condition in the Midwest due to environmental effects. Dry eye occurs when the eyes don’t make enough tears to stay lubricated, making your eyes feel scratchy, itchy, and red. Dry eye can be treated with prescription or over-the-counter eye drops. In severe dry eye cases, surgical options may also be recommended.
"Tyler F. Brundige, M.D. is excellent. He is caring and very thorough. He explains everything and takes time to answer all questions. Highly recommend him and Discover Vision, North location."
"I have had great experiences at this office. I love the doctor and he is very good at letting you know what is going on and taking time to discuss the results. I would highly recommend Dr. Sayed."
"Dr. Jackson did my lens replacement surgery and I opted for the advanced lenses. I don't need glasses anymore! Best thing I ever did for myself!!! "
Discover Vision ophthalmologists are board-certified eye doctors with a range of specialties. Our surgeons provide treatment for medical conditions such as cataracts, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration and more. At Eye Surgery Center Northland, all refractive vision correction procedures such as LASIK, SMILE and PRK are performed by Dr. Randy Jackson. In order to have surgery at Discover Vision, you must first be seen by an optometrist or ophthalmologist. To schedule an appointment, please click the option to request an appointment or call 816-478-1230 to speak with our team.
Discover Vision has been serving the local community since 1973. What began with one eye doctor has grown to more than thirty optometrists and ophthalmologists in nine locations throughout Missouri and Kansas. Our doctors are regularly selected among “Best of Kansas City” recipients.
The Discover Vision North Kansas City office is located on the corner of North Oak Trafficway between 95th Terrace and 94th Street. The clinic is located on the second floor in suite 200. The surgery center is located on the first floor in suite 124.