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3 Tips Before A LASIK Consultation

If you want to get LASIK, there are a few things you need to know. The best way to get informed and find out if LASIK is right for you is to have a consultation. Part of the consultation includes an evaluation to make sure LASIK will be safe for you. Keep reading for 3… Read More


4 Ways To Help Avoid Dry Eyes After LASIK

Any kind of eye surgery can trigger dry eye symptoms. Even for people who haven’t had dry eyes before, having a procedure like LASIK can take its toll. It’s normal if your eyes feel a little dried out and irritated as you recover. The good news is that these symptoms are something that you can… Read More


What Can I Do For A Better Cataract Surgery Recovery?

If your cataracts are making it hard to complete tasks, it might be time to consider having cataract surgery. But there’s no need to stress because cataract surgery is an effective and low-risk procedure. In fact, it’s the most commonly performed medical procedure in the country. But you may have concerns about recovery after cataract… Read More


Will LASIK Make Me Safer?

If you’re thinking about getting LASIK, a big part of it may be so you can see without needing glasses or contacts. But getting LASIK is about more than just convenience. It can even make you safer! Not only is LASIK itself a very low-risk procedure, but the benefits of having your best vision can… Read More


Am I Guaranteed To Be A Good Candidate For PRK?

If you’re looking for an alternative to glasses or contacts, laser surgery is a great choice. And while LASIK is the most popular kind of corrective laser surgery, it isn’t the only one available. In fact, PRK predates LASIK as the first widely available laser eye treatment. If you don’t qualify for LASIK, PRK may… Read More


4 Tips For Your Best Vision With LASIK

So you’ve decided to have LASIK: awesome! LASIK is an effective way to correct your vision and no longer need glasses or contacts. LASIK patients also have a high satisfaction rate as most achieve 20/20 vision or better. But if you want to get the most out of LASIK, you need to care for your… Read More


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


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