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Not a LASIK Candidate? 3 Ways to Still Achieve Visual Freedom

LASIK is the most well-known vision correction procedure in the world. While the procedure is highly effective, it isn’t for everyone.  Most people who want LASIK qualify for it. However, about 10-15% of people who get evaluated for LASIK are screened out because they are not good candidates.  Luckily, other vision correction procedures are just… Read More

Should I Think About Budget Before Choosing an IOL?

Is your vision blurry? Do you feel like you’re looking at the world through a foggy or dirty window?  These are often common signs of having a cataract. The only way to treat cataracts is by having cataract surgery. When you have cataract surgery, you first need to choose what kind of intraocular lens (IOL)… Read More

Can Dry Eyes Affect LASIK Candidacy?

Are you thinking about having LASIK? LASIK is a highly effective, low-risk procedure that can give you incredible vision and total freedom from contact lenses and glasses.  Over 95% of LASIK patients achieve 20/20 vision or better. Most people qualify for LASIK, which is around 85% of patients. However, one of the things that can… Read More

What is an ICL?

When most people think of vision correction procedures, they think of laser eye procedures. Although the most popular vision correction procedures are laser procedures, some alternatives don’t use a laser to change the shape of the eye or even correct your vision.  One of these alternatives uses an implant called an ICL. An ICL, or… Read More

Why You Should Invest in Yourself By Having LASIK this Season

Most people have heard of LASIK. After all, LASIK is one of the most popular elective procedures in the world, and it’s no wonder why.  For anyone who has a refractive error and needs glasses or contact lenses to see, LASIK is a life changer. LASIK corrects your vision and can give you total visual… Read More

Why Getting LASIK Could Give You the Edge You Need for Pickleball

Are you looking for something to do? Why not try pickleball?  Pickleball is sweeping the nation! If you’ve picked up one of the fastest-growing sports in the country, you may be looking to improve your game in any way you can.  If you need glasses or contact lenses to see, one great way to improve… Read More

Want to Avoid Cataracts? Think About Having Refractive Lens Exchange!

Cataracts are one of the most common age-related eye conditions. Almost half of all adults develop at least one cataract by age 75.  But you don’t have to be a certain age or considered elderly to develop cataracts. Once you’re over 40, you’re at risk of developing them.  However, there is a way to avoid… Read More

Yes, LASIK is Worth It, and Here’s Why

Are you frustrated when your glasses get foggy? Does it seem like your contact lenses dry your eyes out or cause irritation most days you wear them? If you’re tired of the small but frustrating things that come with wearing visual aids, you may have considered a visual correction procedure like LASIK. Most people have… Read More

When Dry Eyes are Due to More than Allergies

Do you suffer from itchy or inflamed eyes? Your eyes may feel itchy, inflamed, and irritated for several reasons.  One common cause is allergic conjunctivitis, the medical term for eye inflammation caused by allergies. Allergic conjunctivitis is especially common in people with allergies to pollen, pet dander, and other airborne allergens. Sometimes, allergic conjunctivitis can… Read More

These are 7 of the Most Obvious Signs that it’s Cataracts

Cataracts are one of the most common age-related eye conditions. Just being over 40 puts you at risk for cataracts.  They develop on the eye’s natural lens, making it cloudy and harder to see through. They also develop very slowly over time, so you may not even notice you have them at first.  But as… Read More

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