If you are looking for the BEST LASIK in Phoenix, Walman Eye Center is your solution. We get it, having to wear glasses or contacts is a frustrating experience for most people. Not only do you have to deal with having less-than-perfect vision, but you also have to worry about replacing your contacts on a regular basis and getting yearly eye exams in order to renew your prescriptions. At a certain age, your vision will stabilize, changing only slightly as you age which means you may be considering LASIK. For many people, LASIK surgery is a great solution for poor eyesight. Walman Eye Center offers the best LASIK in Phoenix for patients who meet all of the surgery requirements. Feel confident in Dr. Walman’s ability to give you 20/20 vision with the best LASIK center in Phoenix.



Our team offers emergency eye care services for those unexpected vision and eyesight issues that require immediate attention.


We specialize in many forms of laser eye surgery and general eye care services to best assist you in bettering your eyesight.


Here at Walman Eye Center, we offer personalized one-on-one eye care services to help better prepare you for your procedure.

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Dr. Gerald Walman is a Board Certified Eye Doctor | Best LASIK in Phoenix

If you’re tired of nearsightedness or farsightedness affecting your vision, contact Walman Eye Center today to understand why LASIK eye surgery will save you both time and money. With over 30 years of experience as a board certified laser eye doctor, Dr. Walman has performed over 50,000 successful refractive eye surgeries and has been named one of the top options for the best LASIK in Phoenix.


What are Cataracts?

Cataracts refer to the cloudiness that can occur on the lens of the eye. Cataracts are most commonly found in older adults. This is the leading cause of loss of vision among people over forty years old. Cataracts are characterized by a progressive impact on your vision. It may begin as a blurring, intensity of light and sun, and dullness in colors. It may appear as though you are looking through a piece of cloudy glass. Symptoms will continue to worsen if left untreated.

There are three types of cataracts that people can develop.

  • Subcapsular Cataracts | These occur at the back of the lens in the eye. If you take high doses of steroid medication or have diabetes, you are at higher risk for developing this type of cataracts.
  • Nuclear Cataracts | These occur in the central zone of the lens in the eye. This is the type of cataract most commonly associated with aging.
  • Cortical Cataracts | These begin with opacities at the edges of your vision and move inward. The opacities usually appear as wedges in your peripheral vision with spokes moving inward toward the center.