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Who is Eligible for LASIK?

Who is Eligible for LASIK?

Do you suffer from nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism? Do you find glasses or contacts cumbersome or uncomfortable and wish you could minimize their use or eliminate them? If you answered YES to either of these questions, you may be a suitable candidate...
Is LASIK Surgery Painful?

Is LASIK Surgery Painful?

LASIK eye surgery is a very popular procedure in part because it is patient-friendly in many ways. The procedure only takes about 15 minutes for both eyes, and the healing process begins immediately with little to no discomfort. Another perk is that it doesn’t take...
How Safe is LASIK?

How Safe is LASIK?

People who struggle with vision issues often wonder if a laser vision correction procedure such as LASIK might be a better option for them than glasses or contact lenses. For those who take the next step to consider LASIK eye surgery, frequently the first question...
How Long is Cataract Surgery?

How Long is Cataract Surgery?

A cataract is the clouding of the eye’s natural lens. As this normally clear lens gets cloudy, it decreases your ability to see well. A cataract can make objects appear blurry. It can also make colors seem less bright. When a cataract first develops, visual aids like...
Can I Watch TV After LASIK?

Can I Watch TV After LASIK?

Following LASIK surgery, it’s important to understand that your eyes are in a recovery process and you need to take special care to ensure they heal properly. Since your eyes are still healing, they will be especially sensitive in the first 24 hours after the LASIK...
Why Should I Have LASIK?

Why Should I Have LASIK?

If you are struggling with vision problems because of a refractive error, LASIK surgery may be the right tool to improve your eyesight. By correcting nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism, LASIK can truly change your life. Some reasons why you may consider...
Doctors Who Perform LASIK

Doctors Who Perform LASIK

LASIK surgeons are eye doctors who are ophthalmologists. When it comes to eye care, the most trained and skilled professionals in the field are ophthalmologists. An ophthalmologist is a physician, either a doctor of medicine (MD) or doctor of osteopathy (DO), who...
Financing Options for LASIK

Financing Options for LASIK

With the average cost of LASIK being more than $2,000 per eye in the U.S. and the procedure not being covered by most insurance plans, you might feel that laser vision correction is beyond your financial means. Thankfully, there are a number of LASIK financing options...

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