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How To Calm Anxiety Before LASIK

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Any surgery can be a little nerve-wracking— even a relatively minor elective procedure like LASIK. Many people are nervous before LASIK surgery as they know they will be awake, and will have surgery on their eyes using a laser. During surgery, you will be awake, but your eyes will be completely numbed, meaning you won’t… Read More


4 Facts About Chronic Dry Eye

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Did you know that July is Dry Eye Awareness Month? You may not have even heard about dry eye before, at least not as a medical condition. Not only is dry eye a real condition, but it’s also extremely common and affects 30 million people a year in the US. So what exactly is dry… Read More


7 Summer Activities To Enjoy After LASIK

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LASIK surgery may seem like a daunting prospect even if you want to have perfect vision without glasses or contacts. Any surgery can be scary, and the price of LASIK may make you think twice. But there are many reasons to consider LASIK, and the benefits tend to outway any negatives. If you have LASIK… Read More


4 Reasons You Could Be A Good LASIK Candidate

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LASIK surgery can be a huge improvement in your life. Imagine not having to use glasses or contacts to see anymore, and having the freedom of perfect vision. However, before you consider LASIK, you should know that not everyone is qualified. Many people are, and if you aren’t, there are available alternatives. Here are a… Read More


Is LASIK Safe For Pregnant Women?

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If you are thinking about LASIK and are pregnant, you may have questions that you need answered. LASIK surgery is not recommended for women who are pregnant or nursing. Having the procedure now may lead to less-than-ideal results for you and unnecessary health risks for your baby. Shifting Vision Your LASIK surgeon will make tiny,… Read More


Common Misconceptions About Cataracts

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When it comes to cataracts, there are many common misconceptions that come up. Learn what to expect if you have cataracts and how to get your vision back! What Is A Cataract? A cataract is a clouding of the lens in the eye. The term comes from a Latin word meaning “portcullis”: a barrier sliding… Read More


5 Ways To Know If You Have A Cataract

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Chances are, you know someone with cataracts. The age-related eye condition is the most common cause of vision loss in the world. Here in the United States, nearly half of the population will develop cataracts by age 75. Plus, the number of Americans with cataracts is expected to double by the year 2050. Cataracts are… Read More


3 Benefits Of Custom LASIK Surgery

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From shoes to bicycles, most things can be customized to fit the size and shape of your body. LASIK surgery is no exception — vision problems that are unique to your eyes can be corrected through a sophisticated procedure called custom LASIK. Custom LASIK surgery, also known as wavefront LASIK, is a relatively new procedure… Read More


Your Guide to Premium IOLs

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When going through cataract surgery there are many decisions you will have to make. When will you schedule the surgery? If you have cataracts in both eyes, which eye will you fix first? How will you get home from the clinic? Perhaps the most important decision you will have to make, however, is which IOL… Read More


As Summer Approaches, Is It Time to Ditch Your Glasses?

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There’s no doubt that glasses are a big problem. They are uncomfortable, you may not like how they look, and it can be a huge hassle to deal with if they are broken. Even if you try to get around their appearance by using contacts, you have to deal with a whole other set of… Read More


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