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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


Why Is LASIK A Custom Procedure?

LASIK is a popular vision correction procedure that millions have already undergone. Surgeons perform LASIK to permanently correct your vision. Getting LASIK can be as fast as 15 minutes per eye. But if the goal of LASIK and the method is the same, then why do so many places talk about their “custom” LASIK procedures?… Read More


3 Ways To Calm Down Before LASIK

Like any surgical procedure, it’s normal to have some nerves before LASIK. What LASIK is not is dangerous. But it’s still totally understandable if you’re nervous. Your vision is on the line, and that can be scary, especially if you don’t know a lot about the procedure. But if you’re considering LASIK, you shouldn’t let… Read More


Is A Premium IOL Better?

Cataract surgery may seem complicated, but the reality is it’s not. Cataract surgery only takes about 15 minutes per eye to perform. During the procedure, the natural lens of the eye is replaced with an artificial lens. These synthetic lenses are called IOLs, short for intraocular lenses. In their most basic form, they provide functioning… Read More


Are Cataracts Painful?

Cataracts cause gradual vision loss due to the lens of the eye becoming cloudy. This process is very slow and almost unnoticeable until it starts to affect your daily life. Cataracts do not cause pain, although they do cause a variety of symptoms. Keep reading to learn more about cataracts and some of the common… Read More


Why Should You Consider LASIK?

Considering LASIK? It’s a life-changing procedure that gives you total visual independence. LASIK’s immense popularity is the first clue that it is a great procedure. Keep reading to learn why you should consider LASIK as a vision correction procedure! It Works LASIK is a procedure that permanently reshapes the cornea. This allows for the correction… Read More


What Kind Of IOL Should You Choose?

Cataract surgery is the only way to effectively deal with cataracts and treat them. It is a safe procedure that provides patients with amazing results. You may even end up with better vision than ever before! The kind of vision you experience after cataract surgery is dependent on the type of IOL you choose. An… Read More


5 Tips When Preparing For LASIK

LASIK may be a short procedure since it only takes about 15 minutes per eye but there’s more to it. Wondering how to prepare before undergoing this amazing procedure? Keep reading for 5 tips to follow when preparing for LASIK! 1. Attend a LASIK Consultation Contact Georgia Eye Associates to get started on your LASIK… Read More


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