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Durrie Vision in Overland Park, Kansas is a state of the art refractive surgery center and research facility specializing in laser vision correction including Advanced LASIK, Phakic IOL and refractive lens procedures. Our facility houses the most comprehensive and advanced combination of diagnostic and treatment technology available anywhere in the world.

At Durrie Vision our focus is providing exceptional outcomes within a world-class patient experience. We are committed to excellence because the world turns to us for answers, and our patients turn to us for the highest quality of care and most advanced technology available. Our refractive surgeons Dr. Daniel S. Durrie, Dr. Jason E. Stahl, and Dr. Timothy P. Lindquist are among the most experienced refractive surgeons in the country with international reputations as innovators and leaders in the field.

Why Choose Durrie Vision?

A Customized Experience

At Durrie Vision, we pay attention to the little things that make a big difference. Each patient experiences the most comprehensive exam available with a refractive surgeon to optimize his or her long-term vision goals.

Top Surgeons

Our refractive surgeons are experts in laser vision correction and recognized internationally for their research, experience and patient outcomes.


Durrie Vision invests in the most advanced diagnostic and treatment technology available today. Patients of Durrie Vision can rest assured that their surgeon has knowledge of all the technology that is available and everything that is currently in ophthalmic research. This allows Dr. Durrie, Dr. Stahl and Dr. Lindquist to recommend the best treatment options for each patient, or to recommend waiting for a new technology or procedure which may be a better option for a specific condition.

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From the Blog

  • Latest Global LASIK Literature Review Published

    Findings from a scientific literature review of more than 4,400 peer-reviewed clinical studies report patients are experiencing better visual outcomes than ever before and that the procedure has improved over time. The new study, entitled “Modern Laser in Situ Keratomileusis Outcomes,” was published in the July 2016 issue of the Journal of Cataract and Refractive

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