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What Is The Real Cause Of My Dry Eyes?

Dry eye syndrome, or chronic dry eye, is a common condition that can affect a variety of different people. Sometimes, dry eye is situational and temporary. Other times, it’s a chronic condition brought on by a predisposition. With a condition like dry eye syndrome, it’s important to figure out what’s causing it. If you have… Read More


4 Reasons Why Summer Workouts Are Better After LASIK

Summer is coming, and with it comes warm weather and sunny days. Working out indoors during the winter can be a drag, but when it’s nice out, it’s time to enjoy the sun and get fit! Even better, the summer months are a great time to enjoy worry-free perfect vision. After LASIK, outdoor activities can… Read More


Will I Achieve 20/20 Vision With LASIK?

LASIK surgery is an increasingly popular alternative to traditional glasses and contacts. With modern medical advances, the procedure is also precise, simple, and effective. But before you decide to get LASIK, you should be aware of all the risks, as you should with any surgery. You should also know that while most patients that get… Read More


5 Tips For Safer Eyes This Summer

It’s finally almost summer! That means it’s time to enjoy some fun in the sun. Warm, sunny days and plenty of outdoor activities are standard for this time of year. But don’t forget to stay safe! Healthy living is as important as ever in the summer. This is especially true when it comes to protecting… Read More


Can I Have LASIK With Cataracts?

You can never be too old for LASIK! Patients in their eighties have had successful LASIK procedures. But older patients are more likely to have eye-related conditions like cataracts. If cataracts are affecting your vision, can you get LASIK? Will LASIK fix your cataracts? Unfortunately, no. There’s only one way to treat cataracts, and that’s… Read More


What is the PanOptix Lens?

When you have cataract surgery, it involves removing your natural lens. This is the only way to get rid of the cataract that has clouded the lens. In years past, this left the patient without a lens in their eye and they had to wear extremely thick glasses to see. But now, the lens is… Read More


Can Too Much Screen Time Hurt Your Eyes?

Feel like you’re spending too much time in front of screens? Between working on a computer and looking at your phone in your free time, your eyes may feel a little sore. This could be because of something called Computer Vision Syndrome. While the word “syndrome” may sound worrisome, it’s actually a treatable condition. You… Read More


Why Can’t Teenagers Have LASIK?

LASIK is the most popular elective medical procedure available and it’s easy to see why. LASIK surgery offers a simple and safe alternative to glasses and contact lenses. For many people who’ve had to wear glasses their whole lives, LASIK can be life-changing. But only adults should get LASIK. For teenagers, even 16 and 17-year-olds,… Read More


The Most Common Questions About LASIK

While almost everyone has heard of LASIK, far fewer actually know much about it. But if you’re thinking about having LASIK surgery, you want to have the right information about it. LASIK is a far more common procedure than you may realize. It’s also far more accessible now than it’s been in the past. But… Read More


Do’s and Don’ts Before LASIK

So you’re considering LASIK. It’s a great decision for vision correction. But that doesn’t mean you might not be a little nervous about the procedure. In the weeks and days leading up to surgery, there isn’t that much you need to worry about. But there are a few things to avoid and a few things… Read More


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