LASIK surgery involves reshaping the cornea in order to reduce nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. Insight Vision Group is one of the most comprehensive refractive facilities in Colorado. We employ the most advanced LASIK and PRK technologies available to ensure your procedure is completed as safely and efficiently as possible. All refractive procedures are performed in our modern surgical facilities.


Glaucoma is a common eye condition and is defined as a type of damage to the optic nerve, is related to eye pressure, and can eventually cause vision loss. Therapy to reduce Intra-Ocular Pressure (IOP) will reduce the risk of such vision loss, but cannot improve vision already reduced from glaucoma. Many types of glaucoma exist; the best therapy and management depends on the particular patient and the type and stage of glaucoma. At InSight Vision Group, like the Mayo Clinic, we utilize a doctor team approach for glaucoma management. This enhances the coordination of patient’s care needs among doctors within our practice, and the coordination of the care plan with doctors outside of our practice.


A cataract is a common condition of the aging eye which can make your vision cloudy. The cure is to remove the cataract surgically and replace it with a new, artificial lens. At InSight Vision Group we utilize high end technology and offer laser-assisted cataract surgery as well as many different premium lens options. We will meet with you individually to help you select the right options for your visual needs.


The cornea is the clear front window of the eye. It vaults over the iris (the colored part of the eye) and the pupil (the black center of the iris). The cornea is in charge of 2/3 of our focusing power. When the corneal tissue is disrupted by dry eye, keratoconus, or other corneal disease, the visual system is disrupted. The surface of the cornea needs to be wet, smooth and regular to obtain the best vision. We provide the latest advancements in corneal procedures, and we will discuss with you options to help you obtain the best possible visual outcome.


Also known as floater laser treatment, vitreolysis is a non-invasive, pain-free procedure that can eliminate the visual disturbance caused by floaters. The goal of vitreolysis is to achieve a “functional improvement”. That is, to allow you to return to “normal” day-to-day activities without the hindrance of floaters.


At InSight Vision Group, we provide a wide range of refractive surgical procedures that are performed in our state-of-the-art facility. Contact us today to learn more about our procedures or to schedule a FREE consultation with one of our specialists.