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5 Things You May Learn After Having LASIK

Seeing clearly is something many of us take for granted. Having to rely on glasses or contacts can be very limiting, and may cause you to miss out on some opportunities. Thanks to LASIK, you may find some new passions and opportunities waiting for you on the other side! Keep reading for 5 things you… Read More


Practice Safe Hygiene

While practicing social distancing as our state has begun reopening in phases, we have to be mindful of practicing safe hygiene. According to the CDC one of the general guidelines to slow the spread of COVID-19, avoid touching your face — particularly your eyes, nose, and mouth. Visit the The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to… Read More


How Do I Choose The Right Cataract Surgeon?

Choosing the right surgeon to remove your cataracts is crucial for the success of the procedure. While the surgery is safe, you should feel comfortable with the person in charge of your vision. Here are some ways to determine if you are in good hands with your cataract surgeon. Look Up The Surgeon’s Credentials Not… Read More


We’re Back

To Our Valued Georgia Eye Associates Patients, In light of the recent governmental changes in Georgia regarding easing of restrictions for the medical community to evaluate and treat patients due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the doctors of Georgia Eye Associates and its parent company, EyeSouth Partners, have agreed to a plan to begin seeing non-emergent… Read More


14 Tips For Before, During, and After LASIK

Considering LASIK? Although it’s an easy procedure, there are some things you should know before you have it. The procedure only lasts for about 15 minutes per eye. But the experience does not begin or end there. There is quite a bit of preparation you will need to do, and things you should remember during… Read More


What Is Having Cataracts Really Like?

Despite cataracts being the most prevalent source of blindness in the world, many people don’t know what it’s like to have them. This is because cataracts primarily affect the older population. Cataracts start to begin after the age of 40, but may not affect vision until much later. One thing you should know is that… Read More


Is Cataract Surgery The Only Way To Treat Cataracts?

Like many other eye problems, cataracts affect your vision. But unlike refractive errors, cataracts only get worse over time. Glasses won’t help forever either. This is because vision loss occurs because the lens of the eye becomes more opaque. When this happens, it blocks light from shining all the way into the eye. Visual aids… Read More


When Shouldn’t You Get LASIK?

LASIK is a refractive procedure designed to give you visual freedom. After all, who doesn’t want to enjoy their life without glasses or contacts? The procedure is famously effective and is quite safe for most people. But as is the case with any kind of surgery, there are certain risks involved with LASIK. If you… Read More


Coronavirus: How We’re Taking Precautions

The safety of our patients and staff is of the utmost importance to Georgia Eye Associates; therefore, in light of the issues surrounding COVID-19, commonly referred to as Coronavirus, we wanted to let our patients know about the precautionary steps we are taking.  Our leadership team pro-actively developed a plan to deal with COVID-19; we… Read More


At What Age Should I Worry About Cataracts?

Cataracts are an eye condition that affects everyone, as they usually occur as a result of aging. They typically begin their development when you are in your 40s or 50s. It can take years or even decades for cataracts to develop! They usually only begin affecting your vision when you are in your 60s. But… Read More


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