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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Contact Lenses: 6 Myths versus Facts

  Contact lenses can be a good vision correction solution for many people, but wearers have to deal with the daily hassle of cleaning and disinfecting them to prevent eye infections and irritation. Which is why many people concerned about contact lens maintenance and infection risks turn to LASIK laser vision correction surgery – it’s maintenance-free…

5 Things You’ll Want To Experience After LASIK

Have you thought about what you’ll experience after LASIK? Have you wondered: can having LASIK transform my life? (It can – we’ve talked more about it here). After LASIK, your vision can give you the freedom to do all the things you want without relying on contact lenses or prescription eyeglasses and the world will…

Cataracts: 5 Questions To Ask Your Eye Doctor

  If your world is getting a little cloudy, it may not be the weather. You could be developing cataracts, which means the lens in one of your eyes – or both eyes – has becomes partly or completely cloudy. The lens plays a vital role in helping us see clearly. When you look at…

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