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Do I Need To Get Cataract Surgery?

If you are over the age of 40 and noticing your vision is beginning to fade, cataracts could very well be the issue. Cataracts are the leading cause of blindness in the world, but the removal of them is incredibly safe. Cataract surgery has a success rate of over 96% with millions of patients who… Read More


How Long Does It Take To Recover From LASIK?

Even though LASIK is a safe procedure, it still requires some time to recover from. During the surgery, your cornea has a flap cut into it. That flap needs time to reattach itself before it is safe to resume a normal life. A normal LASIK patient takes around three months to complete this recovery time…. Read More


Are You Suffering From Cataracts And Don’t Know It?

As we approach middle age, our eyesight tends to decline. It may not be noticeable at first, but many people develop presbyopia. This is just a natural part of getting older! Having a hard time focusing on things up close is normal and usually requires a pair of reading glasses. But if you find yourself… Read More


7 Questions For Your LASIK Surgeon

Thinking about getting LASIK? For contacts and glasses wearers, it’s a common thought. After all, millions of people around the world have undergone LASIK! If you’re considering LASIK, you should find a qualified and experienced LASIK surgeon. Keep reading for a list of 7 questions to ask your LASIK surgeon! 1. How long have you… Read More


Could I Have A Cataract In Both Eyes?

Cataracts are an almost inevitable part of the aging process. They may start developing in your forties or fifties but they won’t affect you at first. Keep reading to learn more about cataracts and if you could have them in both eyes! What Is A Cataract? Cataracts occur because proteins in the lens of the… Read More


Who Shouldn’t Get LASIK?

LASIK is the acronym for Laser Assisted in Situ Keratomileusis. LASIK is the most popular elective surgery and has helped millions of people. Known for its reputation as a safe form of vision correction, it’s no wonder interest remains high. But LASIK isn’t for everyone! Read on to learn why a LASIK surgeon may not… Read More


30 Signs That LASIK Is Right For You

You have been dreaming of LASIK since you started wearing glasses You live an active lifestyle and look forward to LASIK freeing you from the hassles of contacts You have been dreaming of LASIK since you started wearing glasses You live an active lifestyle and look forward to LASIK freeing you from the hassles of… Read More


Diabetic Retinopathy Q & A

Did you know that diabetic retinopathy affects about 8 million Americans? Let’s address common questions about the condition below. Q. What is Diabetic Retinopathy? A. Diabetic retinopathy is the result of a diabetic condition. It can be either diagnosed or undiagnosed. The only way to have diabetic retinopathy is if you have diabetes. You also… Read More


Are Your Cataract Surgery Expectations Realistic?

You may not believe it, but there’s a lot of bad information out there about cataract surgery. Do you have cataracts? It can be easy to get caught up in your fears and anxiety before undergoing cataract surgery. But you don’t need to worry! Cataract surgery is one of the most common procedures you can… Read More


Who Benefits Most From LASIK?

What types of people benefit the most from LASIK, you ask? Well, laser vision correction benefits people who wear glasses or contacts, of course. But besides anyone who wears glasses or contacts, there are people who LASIK affects more. Keep reading to find out who benefits the most from undergoing LASIK! Are You An Athlete?… Read More


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