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

Can Dry Eye Syndrome Stand In The Way of Having LASIK?

Many people suffer from dry eye syndrome. It’s a common condition caused by inadequate tear production. This can affect either the number of tears produced or if you produce low-quality tears. If you have chronic dry eye or are prone to dry eyes, you may have heard that you can’t have LASIK. That isn’t exactly… Read More

Why Do I Need A LASIK Consultation?

If you’re thinking about getting LASIK, it’s a big deal. You could be on your way to clear vision and a life without contacts or glasses. But before you decide anything, you need to have a consultation. A consultation for LASIK isn’t only about deciding if you want to have the procedure and understand the… Read More

Should I Have LASIK This Winter?

When you schedule any kind of surgical procedure, it’s important to consider what time of year is best to have it. LASIK surgery is actually a very safe procedure. What you need to remember is there is still a recovery time involved after having it. While you get to go home the same day you… Read More

Why You Should Consider Treatment For Your Dry Eyes

Dry eye is a common condition, whether it’s temporary or chronic. Dry eye syndrome may go unnoticed for some time. You may even dismiss your symptoms as allergies or discomfort from wearing contacts. But if you experience symptoms of dry eyes like itchiness, feeling like there’s something in your eye, burning, redness, and irritation, you… Read More

3 Reasons Clear Vision After LASIK Is Worth It

So you’re thinking about getting LASIK. Great! LASIK surgery can change your life for the better. But plenty of people who want to get LASIK struggle to go through the actual process of getting a consultation and scheduling the procedure. LASIK is something that doesn’t fit into every budget. It’s also an elective procedure, meaning… Read More

Will A Trifocal Lens Work For Me?

You may have heard of bifocal lenses. These are lenses for glasses or contacts that are divided into two sections. For reading or looking at things up close, you look through the bottom half, and for everything else, you look through the top half. This isn’t anything new since Benjamin Franklin invented bifocals over 200… Read More

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