If you surf the web, you'll notice that most Lasik websites are advertisements for having Lasik eye surgery. These sites will list complications but severely downplay the risks associated with LASIK just to sell you the procedure. The same can be said of MANY doctors who perform this procedure when you go in for consultation. Don't be rushed, and try to research as much as possible.

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This website is to educate you to the dangers of having Lasik when you are not a proper candidate. Before you consider Lasik, you must be sure it can be done safely, and that you are a proper candidate. Many will view this site as anti-lasik, but the intent is to show what can (and HAS happened). The information is here, but it is still YOUR decision!

My name is Dom Morgan, and I tell my story because it may be useful to anyone considering Lasik. I went to a doctor who advertised that anyone who was nearsighted, farsighted, or had astigmatism could be done safely...that's almost everybody! I trusted these doctors, and now I'm legally blind.

My websites contain material which some people do not want you to see. I know that Drs. Herbert Nevyas and Anita Nevyas-Wallace, the doctors who damaged my eyes do not, because they sued to shut down my website. The documents on this site are vast and (I believe) irrefutable however, I ask that you come to your own conclusions regarding LASIK.

Please be safe - your eyes are too important to risk to just anybody.

The Right To Free Speech
When I first started warning others of the potential risks of LASIK surgery, I could not name Drs. Herbert Nevyas and Anita Nevyas-Wallace (the doctors who damaged my eyes) due to litigation (medical malpractice).

After my med mal lawsuit, I added the doctors’ names because I believed then (and still do) that as a matter of public safety, they should be named. Their investigational study, as proven by the information (documents) posted resulted in numerous lawsuits. I posted all of the information I could get.

The doctors did not like this, and filed a defamation lawsuit against me. In the course of the 2 years it took for this case to appear before a judge at trial, my website was shut down 3 times, through intimidation and threats of lawsuits against my web hosting companies. On the second attempt, even after a temporary restraining order was denied twice by the courts, my site was shut down due to phone calls and a letter from the doctors’ attorney.

In July 2005, I was ordered by the court to remove the doctors’ names from my website. I appealed the court's decision.

Were My Rights Being Violated?

In April, 2000 I filed a medical malpractice lawsuit against Herbert Nevyas and his daughter Anita Nevyas-Wallace, two Philadelphia area LASIK doctors and their practice, Nevyas Eye Associates.

I found out I was not alone. At the time I started this website, there had been multiple cases of medical malpractice (including mine) filed against these doctors and their business, as listed in the Philadelphia Civil Docket Access System.

000402621 or 031100946


In response to posting this website, and including the Nevyases names, I have been sued. Through threats of lawsuit, intimidation, and (I believe) violation of my First Amendment rights, my website was shut down three times previously, the 2nd time after a temporary restraining order was sought, and denied (by the courts). Because of the way my medical malpractice lawsuit was handled through the courts, I believe it necessary to document this case in its entirety.

In the Nevyas Eye Associates section of this site, I believe the documents posted support all my claims against Drs. Herbert Nevyas and Anita Nevyas-Wallace (Nevyas Eye Associates). The Nevyases have fought hard to keep these documents from the public eye.



Public Citizen
Public Citizen felt so strongly about my rights being violated, that they appealed on my behalf, pro bono (without charge to me). The ACLU also took interest (they helped me obtain local counsel for my appeal).

From their website:

Public Citizen Litigation Group is the litigating arm of Public Citizen. The Group specializes in cases involving health and safety regulationconsumer rights,  access to the courtsopen government, and the First Amendment, including internet free speech

Because Public Citizen does not accept funds from corporations, professional associations or government agencies, we can remain independent and follow the truth wherever it may lead. But that means we depend on the generosity of concerned citizens like you for the resources to fight on behalf of the public interest.

Public Citizen has done an exceptional job in providing representation for not only my rights, but those of many others.  Please consider donating to help them continue protecting the rights of Americans. The donations ARE tax deductible.



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LASIK: Another Insider’s Experience…

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Dear Dom,

I'm sorry to hear about your experience. I am a laser tech. I have been for a number of years, and have assisted in over 30,000 procedures with over 20 different surgeons. I have seen it all...



A VERY Interesting Article:

Refractive Surgery – A Ten Year Learning Curve

“Ten years on, LASIK appears to have lived up to its promise, although not for the high refractive errors that had originally been proposed.”


“In the case of LASIK, patient outcomes showed that visual outcomes became more unpredictable and unstable as refractive error increased.”


Read The Full Story



The FDA and Lasers

Some Lasers Just Don't Cut It... The FDA has been very 'choosy' as to what actions they took against SOME in the LASIK industry regarding 'Black Box' and other lasers and efficacy of doctors.

Debris After LASIK

LASIK Blade Leaves Metal Under Flap Some patients have reported large chunks of metal in their corneas after lasik.

Flap disintegrates during lifting

Seemingly Harmless, And Yet... Others have reported the LASIK flap lost, missing (found on the floor), or stuck to the microkeratome blade.
Read the FDA section for more...  Read more on flap articles/studies...  Read the Studies section for more...