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Faces of Omaha 2018

April 19, 2018 by
Photography by Bill Sitzmann

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The following pages introduce more than 100 people and companies, the leaders in their respective areas of expertise, who stand ready to serve their community.  

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Lance Kugler, M.D.

April 6, 2018 by
Photography by Bill Sitzmann

Vision correction is life-changing, particularly when it is performed by an expert surgeon in a state-of-the-art facility that boasts the most advanced diagnostic and treatment capabilities in the region.

Nearly everyone has heard of LASIK, but patients are often surprised to learn that more options exist. LASIK is one of seven vision correction procedures available today. Kugler Vision is the only practice in Nebraska or Iowa offering all of them—giving its doctors unparalleled ability to correct both near and distance vision issues at every stage of life. 

The doctors at Kugler Vision take the time to analyze the best vision correction option for each patient, depending on their vision as well as the goals and lifestyle they wish to achieve. Customized lifetime treatment plans are created to provide excellent vision now, as well as in the future. Patients are well-informed at every step of the way.

The staff’s confidence in vision correction is obvious – every eligible member of Kugler Vision’s team has undergone a vision correction procedure with great results. Kugler Vision was established in 2011, and recently expanded to a new facility near Village Pointe, significantly elevating the patient experience. Kugler Vision’s unique, holistic approach to vision correction allows patients to enjoy independence from glasses and contacts so they can get the most out of life. 

Kugler Vision
17838 Burke St., Suite 100

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Kugler Vision

April 1, 2017 by
Photography by Bill Sitzmann

People who wish they could have 20/20 vision without glasses or contacts have options. There are seven safe, effective laser vision procedures that can enable most people to see clearly without corrective lenses, and Kugler Vision is the only medical practice in Omaha that specializes in them all: LASIK, ASA, SMILE, ICLs, Corneal Inlays for near vision, Refractive Lens Exchange, and Corneal Crosslinking. Kugler Vision also offers Refractive Laser Cataract Surgery. The primary focus is on finding a customized solution for each patient based on his or her unique vision challenges and lifestyle. All eligible staff members have had a refractive procedure themselves, so they understand the freedom and confidence that comes from seeing the world in a new way.

“It’s so much more than just not wearing contacts or glasses,” explains Dr. Lance Kugler. “It’s deeper than that. It’s a transformational experience that changes how you interact with the world. It’s such an incredible honor to be doing what I do.” As director of refractive surgery at UNMC, Dr. Kugler is in charge of resident education and research programs that advance the field of refractive surgery.

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