The IntraLase Method is a 100% blade-free technique used to perform the critical first step in the LASIK procedure: creating the corneal flap. The creation of the corneal flap prepares the eye for the second step of the LASIK procedure where an excimer laser is used on the inner cornea to correct vision.
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Anne M. Freeman, O.D.
Dr. Anne Freeman was born and raised in Bellaire, Texas. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree with honors as a Biology major from the University of Texas at Austin and her Doctorate in Optometry from the University of Houston. She completed her externship with the Veteran's Administration Hospital in Tulsa, Oklahoma before beginning practice in Dallas, Texas in 1986.
In 1989, Dr. Freeman moved to Anchorage, Alaska where she practiced primary eye care with an emphasis in contact lenses as part of a busy private group practice. She returned to the"Lower 48" in 1993. Since 1995 she has been practicing optometry in Long Beach and Los Alamitos.
In 1996 she completed the International Board of Examiners exam in the Treatment and Management of Ocular Disease and is licensed to prescribe therapeutic pharmaceutical agents to treat eye diseases. She completed a mini-fellowship course in LASIK in 1997. In 2012 she was certified by the California Board of Optometry to treat glaucoma.
Dr. Freeman provides complete eye examinations, prescribes glasses, and is experienced in fitting all types of contact lenses. She also provides pre- and post-operative care for patients undergoing cataract surgery and laser vision correction surgery.
She has been a member of the American Optometric Association since 1982.
Dr. Freeman was involved in the National Charity League for six years and currently volunteers optometric services for Pathways to Independence. She is married and has two children.