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Is The Visian ICL Permanent?

One popular alternative to laser vision correction surgeries like LASIK is an Implantable Collamer Lens, also known as the Visian ICL. The ICL has many benefits over more traditional corrective procedures. One of the most popular benefits is the fact that it’s removable. While the ICL can be permanent, as it lasts years and years,… Read More


5 Recommendations For Your LASIK Recovery

Getting LASIK can be an amazing, life-changing experience. If you’ve lived most of your life having to rely on contacts or glasses, LASIK is a dream come true. Most patients end up with 20/20 vision or better after LASIK. That means that they no longer need glasses or contacts to see! But no surgery is… Read More


Can I Be Too Young For Cataracts?

Cataracts are usually associated with older adults. But it may surprise you to learn how old a person is when their risk for cataracts becomes significant. That age? It’s only 40 years old. The older you are, the more likely you are to develop cataracts, but you can actually get them at any age. Certain… Read More


4 Fall Activities You’ll Enjoy More After LASIK

Finally, fall is here! No matter what your favorite time of year is, you can’t deny that fall has plenty of fun activities! Whether you’re a fan of pumpkin spice lattes and Halloween, you could be getting even more out of the season. How? LASIK! Not only is cooler weather the perfect time to get… Read More


3 Tips Before A LASIK Consultation

If you want to get LASIK, there are a few things you need to know. The best way to get informed and find out if LASIK is right for you is to have a consultation. Part of the consultation includes an evaluation to make sure LASIK will be safe for you. Keep reading for 3… Read More


4 Ways To Help Avoid Dry Eyes After LASIK

Any kind of eye surgery can trigger dry eye symptoms. Even for people who haven’t had dry eyes before, having a procedure like LASIK can take its toll. It’s normal if your eyes feel a little dried out and irritated as you recover. The good news is that these symptoms are something that you can… Read More


What Can I Do For A Better Cataract Surgery Recovery?

If your cataracts are making it hard to complete tasks, it might be time to consider having cataract surgery. But there’s no need to stress because cataract surgery is an effective and low-risk procedure. In fact, it’s the most commonly performed medical procedure in the country. But you may have concerns about recovery after cataract… Read More


Will LASIK Make Me Safer?

If you’re thinking about getting LASIK, a big part of it may be so you can see without needing glasses or contacts. But getting LASIK is about more than just convenience. It can even make you safer! Not only is LASIK itself a very low-risk procedure, but the benefits of having your best vision can… Read More


Am I Guaranteed To Be A Good Candidate For PRK?

If you’re looking for an alternative to glasses or contacts, laser surgery is a great choice. And while LASIK is the most popular kind of corrective laser surgery, it isn’t the only one available. In fact, PRK predates LASIK as the first widely available laser eye treatment. If you don’t qualify for LASIK, PRK may… Read More


4 Tips For Your Best Vision With LASIK

So you’ve decided to have LASIK: awesome! LASIK is an effective way to correct your vision and no longer need glasses or contacts. LASIK patients also have a high satisfaction rate as most achieve 20/20 vision or better. But if you want to get the most out of LASIK, you need to care for your… Read More


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