ReLEx® SMILE® LASIK from Zeiss

The FDA approved SMILE as the latest in laser vision correction for myopia (nearsightedness), and astigmatism, providing LASIK-like outcomes in a minimally-invasive procedure. Worldwide, over 1,500,000 SMILE procedures have been performed by more than 1,700 surgeons. SMILE is the fastest-growing laser vision correction surgery in the world.


RLE or Refractive Lens Exchange replaces the poorly functioning natural lens in your eye with a permanent man made prescription lens. The new lens, called IOL or Intraocular Lens Implant, corrects vision and storms the changes which otherwise cause an increasing prescription.


LASIK corrects your vision by applying the most advanced cool-beam Wavelight Lasers onto your cornea to gently reshape the cornea and give you immediate vision improvement. Our doctors can safely correct a range of nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. Advances in laser technology have elevated the standards of safety, results, and comfort.

Refractive Cataract Surgery

With recent technological advances in cataract treatment, you have more options than ever before, giving you better results and vastly improved vision! Dr. Shumski is one of the Nation’s leading surgeons using laser and refractive technologies to treat cataracts.


Similar to LASIK, PRK can treat nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism by removing tiny amounts of tissue from the surface of the cornea. During your laser vision correction consultation, Dr. Shumski and Dr. Magruder will determine which procedure is best for your individual situation


Implantable Contact Lenses (ICL) can be an excellent alternative to LASIK for medium to extreme nearsightedness. They provide excellent quality of vision and are the preferred treatment in many military situations.

Eye Floaters

At some point during their life, most people will experience the visual shadows caused by vitreous strands and opacities - commonly referred to as “floaters”. Magruder Laser Vision offers a revolutionary new laser treatment for bothersome eye floaters, using the Ellex YAG laser.