More Real Stories: Hear from People Who Have Had LASIK

Reading about the experiences of people who have had LASIK or other laser vision correction procedures offers those who are thinking about their vision correction options some valuable insights. Here, we continue to share stories from recent patients talking about the decision to have laser vision correction. Cody S., Real Estate Agent Cody S. is…

Real LASIK Stories from Real People

We recently spent some time with several individuals who recently elected to have LASIK or another laser vision correction procedure. These individuals – who live all over the U.S. and hail from all walks of life – talk about their decision to have laser vision correction. You can read about their experiences below and we…

Options in Laser Vision Correction Give Surgeons the Power to Personalize

Because LASIK is so popular, you may think it is the only laser vision correction procedure available. This couldn’t be further from the truth.  In fact, there are several techniques and technologies that make up a spectrum of choices in laser vision correction. Taken together, laser vision correction options – including PRK and SMILE –…

Super Bowl Referee Vision

The Vision of the Super Bowl Referee Can Determine Who Wins or Loses

This Sunday is the National Football League’s championship game – Super Bowl LIII – and millions of football fans will have their eyes glued to television sets to watch the New England Patriots face off against the Los Angeles Rams. While the action on the field is what fans will focus on, the calls from…

Military Trusts LASIK

The U.S. Military Trusts LASIK, So Can You

For most people, having LASIK is about seeing well without needing to rely on glasses and contacts. What you may not know is that the U.S. military trusts LASIK and other laser vision correction procedures in order for service members to have the vision required for operational success and safety. While a civilian may really…

LASIK: What To Do When Your Expectations Aren’t Met

When you choose a laser vision correction procedure, you go into it with an expectation of better vision that frees you from needing glasses or contacts. The day of the procedure, you expect to see better immediately, but you know there is a healing process and during that time you should expect to see gradual…

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