All-Laser Vision Correction

Our SharpeVision Modern LASIK team of eye experts is bringing custom All-Laser LASIK paired with the most modern technology and techniques to everyone. 


New location. New energy.

Our new LASIK clinic is now open

3025 112TH AVE. NE



LASIK: (425) 451-2020


Welcome to the Future of LASIK in Seattle

Is LASIK right for you? In most cases, yes! While not everyone can safely have laser vision correction, about 90% of the patients we see are great candidates for LASIK. And because we utilize the latest techniques and newest technology, we’re able to treat many patients who weren’t candidates in the past. So, if you’ve been told that you aren’t a candidate for LASIK, you very likely could be at now at SharpeVision.

All-Laser LASIK. Always.

We’re not your typical LASIK eye surgery Seattle. Total transparency is our mission, from our glass-walled surgery suite to our straightforward pricing. We only do custom all-laser vision correction surgery with the latest and greatest tech. This means that Dr. Sharpe can tailor the procedure specifically to your unique eyes, giving you the best possible results. One of the top 5% LASIK surgeons in the country, Dr. Sharpe has performed over 90,000 LASIK procedures. 

Over Accomplished, Not Overpriced

We believe that everyone should have access to the best technology at a fair price and in a comfortable environment. Whether you are interested in LASIK, PRK, ICL, RLE, or Cataract surgery, you can know you are getting the best possible value because our pricing is transparent with no hidden fees. Check out our LASIK Cost Calculator to see how much LASIK can save you vs contacts and glasses. We also offer guaranteed financing!

Price Match Guarantee

We believe that we give our patients the best experience at the best price, but if you happen to find a better price somewhere else, you can still have the SharpeVision experience! Just bring in your exam paperwork with the quoted price from another local LASIK provider within three months of your consultation, and we’ll match the price for service & give you an extra $100 off! It’s that simple. So when you’re ready, we’ve made it easy to book your free consultation online, but we’d also love an old fashioned phone call. We’ll see you soon!

Candidate Quiz

Are you eligible?

The majority of people-90%-who meet the age and general health requirements are good candidates for the LASIK surgery procedure. There are some conditions that exclude certain patients. Take the quiz to see if LASIK is right for you.

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What to Expect

MODERN LASIK: Start to Finish

Comprehensive Exam

A comprehensive, dilated examination is the only way to know which vision-correction procedure is best for you. We do this at no charge because we believe so strongly in giving patients all the information necessary to make the right treatment choice. While your exam involves comprehensive diagnostic testing, it is also our opportunity to learn more about you, your expectations, and your lifestyle. All of these factors play an important role in recommending the best procedure for you:

The complete exam can take up to 90 minutes. After all the data is collected, our doctor will examine you, discuss the treatment recommendation, and answer any questions you have. Your visit will include dilation of your pupils, which will affect your eyesight for about 4-6 hours, as you may have experienced with a routine eye exam.


I just had LASIK done at SharpeVision and it was by far the best decision ever! My only regret is not doing this sooner!

Amy — Seattle

I didn’t have any pain during the procedure or even after. I just slept right after surgery and through the night!

Ally — Seattle

Dr. Sharpe is very attentive and is there through the procedure, explaining each step as it occurs. Can’t recommend this place enough!

Alex — Seattle

It has been pretty incredible to not be dependent on glasses or contacts! I can’t believe I didn’t get LASIK sooner.

Jenny — Seattle

I walked away with 20/15 vision, I feel like a superhero! Thank you Dr. Sharpe and staff for such a rewarding experience!

Kelsie — Seattle


LASIK Myths Debunked

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You have questions. We have answers.

No, the laser can’t burn a hole in your eye. But it’s a good question. Find the answers to our most frequently asked questions at SharpeVision. Some of them may surprise you!

  • What is LASIK Surgery?

    LASIK, an acronym for Laser-assisted in situ Keratomileusis, is a procedure that involves the use of a laser or microkeratome to reshape the eye’s cornea to improve vision. The cornea is the clear tissue covering the front of the eye that helps focus light rays to create an image on the retina. Imperfection of the shape of the cornea causes images to be distorted on the retina, thus vision problems such as:

    • Nearsightedness (Myopia)
    • Farsightedness (Hyperopia)
    • Distorted or blurred vision at any distance (Astigmatism)
  • How is the procedure performed at our Seattle-Bellevue LASIK clinic?

    At SharpeVision, we perform only all-laser LASIK. Dr. Sharpe will use an extremely precise femtosecond laser to create a flap in the cornea. He then uses another laser to reshape the cornea, correcting the refraction problems in the eye.

    LASIK is one of the most commonly performed eye laser surgery for many reasons:

    • 96% of patients get their desired vision after LASIK nearly immediately. Vision also continues to improve over several weeks to months after.
    • New technology like the femtosecond laser is faster, safer, and more comfortable than before.
    • It’s a relatively quick, painless procedure with a short recovery period.
    • It’s safer than wearing contacts, with a lower risk of infection post-operatively too.
    • No bandages or stitches are required after LASIK.
    • It’s a safe long-term solution for people with vision problems, even allowing for adjustments to be made years later if your vision changes with age.


  • How much is laser eye surgery in 2023?

    The average cost per eye for LASIK and PRK in the US is $2300, with a range from $1500 to $3000. An advertised price lower than $1000 is typically only for the lowest prescriptions without astigmatism. Most LASIK providers will make you come in to receive a quote for surgery. At SharpeVision our pricing is clear and consistent and listed on our pricing page, so you’ll know what to expect to pay for LASIK before your consultation- just compare our pricing to the prescription of each of your eyes. For example, if your left eye is -1.25 and and your right eye is -1.0, your total cost of LASIK would be $495 + $2395= $2890 for both eyes. The price is the same whether you have LASIK or PRK. We also have a price-match guarantee: if you happen to get a lower price quote for LASIK or PRK somewhere else, we will match the price for service, just bring in your paperwork. It’s that simple!

  • Which insurance plans cover some or all of the cost of laser eye surgery?

    Most insurance/vision plans do not pay towards LASIK or PRK, but we do honor the discount from EyeMed, VSP, and Davis, so that if you’re a member, your out of pocket expense will be the same. Always check with your insurance carrier or health benefits administrator before coming in for your exam. A few forward-thinking companies are currently paying for some or all of their employees’ LASIK, PRK, and ICL including The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Adaptive Biotech, and Zillow in Seattle.


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LASIK Alternatives

What If I Don’t Qualify?

If you happen to fall in that small percentage of patients for whom LASIK is not the best option, there is still hope! You can get rid of your glasses and contacts with alternative laser vision correction techniques.


Just like LASIK, but with a twist. Best for those with thinner corneas.



Involves one eye corrected for distance vision and the other corrected for near vision.


Implantable Contact Lenses (ICL)

Micro-thin lenses placed inside the eye to correct a variety of vision problems.


Refractive Lens Exchange (RLE)

Exchange your high prescription lens with a new 20/20 lens.


Cataract Removal Surgery

Laser-asssisted removal of a cloudy lens that’s replaced with a new lens. See like you did when you were young.


Modern LASIK

Goodbye Glasses

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