Latest Global LASIK Scientific Literature Review Published

In 2009, the first global LASIK scientific literature review – entitled “LASIK World Literature Review – Quality of Life and Patient Satisfaction” – was published.  The study’s authors reviewed nearly 3,000 LASIK studies published between 1988 – 2008. The data reported on the procedure’s performance and safety supported an outstanding patient satisfaction rate (95.4%). The…

Clinical Research: The Science Behind LASIK

Clinical research, including stories about health and medicine are popular in the news today.  Whether on TV, in a newspaper or online, its likely you’ve seen reports about a “clinical study” or “clinical research.”  These stories often include compelling stats and comparisons and these findings often make good headlines.  However, headlines – or news stories…

LASIK Prep: 10 Questions Help Define Your Quality of Vision

People seeking LASIK as a vision correction option tend to focus on the potential for clear vision: 20/20 being the goal. It is understandable, particularly for those who rely on glasses and contacts to navigate through life. However, if you think about it, there is more to your eyesight than correcting the nearsightedness, farsightedness and…

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Foods for Healthy Eyes and Healthy Vision

We eat foods that give us energy, prevent diseases, help us lose weight and make our bones and bodies strong. But do we eat the right foods for healthy eyes? People who eat a healthy diet that includes lots fruits and vegetables – one that’s also low in saturated fats and sugar – can usually…

Presbyopia: Everything You Need To Know

Age may bring wisdom but it also brings presbyopia (Greek for “aging eye”). If you’re in your 40s or older, you’re probably familiar with the symptoms. Over time, it gets harder to focus on objects close up. Suddenly, you have trouble reading a menu in the low light of a restaurant, need to hold a…

5 Reasons Competitive Athletes Choose LASIK

Professional athletes train their bodies to perform at an elite skill level. Because vision is integral to physical performance, athletes require vision correction that is always in place and can stand up to extreme conditions. Not surprisingly, many athletes choose LASIK due to its safety and effectiveness. Wherever a sport takes place, field, pitch, course,…

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