Why You Should Consider Refractive Lens Exchange

Do you love the idea of LASIK but you’re concerned that it may not be right for you? There are several ways you can have your vision corrected without glasses or contact lenses. Vision correction surgery is more popular than ever. When most people think about vision correction surgery, LASIK is the first thing that… Read More

5 Things That Make LASIK More Affordable Than You Think

Have refractive errors like nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism? There’s a good chance that you also hate having to wearing glasses or contacts. You may have also considered LASIK but put it on the back burner. Sound familiar? A refractive procedure is a great alternative to traditional glasses and contact lenses. For many, the problem is… Read More

Play Tennis? Why Choosing a Premium IOL Improves Your Game

Love playing tennis? This excellent game is for everyone, no matter what age you may be! But with age, you may have started to notice that your eyes are getting worse. If you’re 40 years old or more, your risk increases for developing age-related conditions like cataracts and presbyopia. If you have presbyopia, you may… Read More

Why It’s Time To Treat Your Dry, Itchy Eyes

Everyone’s eyes feel dry and itchy sometimes, but if you find your eyes are always dry and itchy, you may have a common, chronic condition. Dry eyes can be a side effect of several health conditions. Having eyes that are frequently dry could even be dry eye syndrome, which is common in many older adults… Read More

How Does PRK Work?

Are you wondering if there are other ways to achieve visual freedom besides LASIK? For those that don’t qualify for LASIK, procedures like PRK are worth considering! PRK is a refractive procedure that’s very similar to LASIK, but it has a few small differences. It’s these differences that make it ideal for people that aren’t… Read More

Yes, LASIK is Life-Changing and Here’s Why

At this point, you’re probably aware of LASIK and the idea of a laser vision correction procedure. Maybe you’ve even considered having LASIK yourself. If you have refractive errors like nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism, LASIK sounds like a dream come true! Who wouldn’t want to finally say they are free of their glasses and contact… Read More

4 Reasons The PanOptix Trifocal Lens Is The Right IOL For You

Before you can have cataract surgery, one of the biggest decisions you have to make is what kind of IOL to get. An IOL, or intraocular lens, is an artificial lens that replaces your natural lens after it’s removed during cataract surgery. IOLs come in a wide variety of different designs, so it may feel… Read More

What Is Refractive Lens Exchange?

Refractive Lens Exchange, or RLE, is a vision correction procedure. Unlike in other vision correction procedures, like LASIK, the shape of the eye isn’t changed during RLE. Instead, your eye’s natural lenses get taken out and replaced with artificial lenses. The artificial lenses, called intraocular lenses or IOLs, are the same used in cataract surgery…. Read More

Which Vision Correction Procedure Is Right For Me?

Are you nearsighted, farsighted, or do you have astigmatism? If yes, then you must rely on glasses, contacts, or both for clear vision. But did you know there are alternatives to glasses and contacts? Vision correction surgery can permanently fix your vision. There’s more than one option available for vision correction procedures. LASIK remains the… Read More

3 FAQs To Ask Before Cataract Surgery

Do you have cataracts that make it hard to see or get around? You may have questions or concerns about the procedure that you want to have answered. Keep reading to learn more about 3 FAQs to ask about cataract surgery! 1) What Are Cataracts? Cataracts are clumps of proteins that form in your eye… Read More

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