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Is LASIK a Good Financial Investment?

It’s no secret that LASIK can be a little pricey, at least as an up-front cost. But while the surgery itself is expensive, it’s usually a one-time expense. Other vision correction methods need regular updating, whether it’s a new pair of glasses every few years or ordering new contacts. Could replacing glasses or contacts with… Read More


Here’s How To Afford LASIK

It’s no secret that LASIK can be a little pricey. On average, it can cost between $1,000 and $3,000 per eye depending on how severe your prescription is. There are a lot of ads out there for bargain prices, but keep in mind that if a deal sounds too good, it probably is. So, aside… Read More


6 Signs You’re A Good LASIK Candidate

LASIK is one of the most popular elective medical procedures for adults of all ages. But some people may not consider LASIK surgery because they think they don’t qualify for it. The vast majority of patients who get screened for LASIK make good candidates. Only about 15% get screened out. You can also ask yourself… Read More


Can You Be A Bad Candidate For Cataract Surgery?

Cataracts are a very common condition in individuals over the age of 40. Even though they are common, they can be quite troublesome. Left untreated, cataracts can worsen to the point of blindness. In fact, they’re the leading cause of blindness in adults. Luckily, cataracts are treatable with cataract surgery. Cataract surgery can even reverse… Read More


4 Reasons The Holidays Are Better After LASIK

The holidays are a wonderful time of year. They are the perfect time to indulge in relaxation, family time, and gift exchanges. It’s stressful getting all the gifts you need for everyone you love. But seeing their faces when you give them the perfect present makes it all worth it! So this year, consider giving… Read More


4 Signs That LASIK May Not Be Right For You

LASIK is one of the most popular elective surgeries today. Laser vision correction surgery has given millions of freedom from glasses and contacts. But LASIK is not for everyone. Keep reading for 4 signs that LASIK might not be right for you. 1. You’re Not 18 Years Old Yet We get it. Prescription glasses are… Read More


Will LASIK Hurt?

A lot of people consider getting LASIK. For those who have to rely on glasses or contacts to see, LASIK sounds like a dream come true. But sometimes being nervous about surgery holds people back from going through with LASIK. While nerves are understandable for any surgery, a lot of the fear about LASIK is… Read More


What If I’m Not A LASIK Candidate?

Most people who get screened for LASIK qualify for the surgery. For the most part, if you’re 21 or older and in good health, you’ll be a good LASIK candidate. But there are a couple of other factors that may disqualify you. If your corneas are too thin or your prescription is too strong, LASIK… Read More


5 Reasons To Say Goodbye To Contacts

Glasses aren’t for everyone. Contacts seem like a reasonable way to correct your vision without glasses. But contacts have their own set of problems that can make them as annoying as glasses and hazardous. Also, glasses aren’t the only alternative to glasses. LASIK eye surgery is more accessible now that ever! Here are a few… Read More


What’s The Best IOL For Your Lifestyle?

If your doctor has recommended cataract surgery you may be aware that there are many IOL options. Cataract surgery involves removing the natural lens along with the cataract. It is then replaced with an artificial lens. This is an intraocular lens or IOL. There are several types of IOLs, and each is a little different…. Read More


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