Are You a Candidate for LASIK?

About 50 percent of Americans are either nearsighted or farsighted — up to 40 percent are nearsighted and 5-10% are farsighted. If you’ve had to rely on either glasses or contacts to see clearly, you may long to shed them. It’s time to investigate LASIK surgery. LASIK surgery has constantly evolved since its inception a…

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Can I Resolve My Astigmatism with LASIK?

Astigmatism is a very common eye disorder that causes blurry vision for millions of Americans. It tends to run in families and affects both near and far vision. It’s not a disease. Rather, it’s a refractive error that occurs when the light your eyes use to transmit visual images to your brain doesn’t focus correctly…

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What is the Difference Between PRK and LASIK Eye Surgery?

If you’re tired of wearing eyeglasses, contact lenses, or reading glasses to correct vision such problems as nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, or presbyopia, you may like the idea of having a surgical procedure that can help you see clearly again without assistance. These vision problems are the result of refractive errors — the light entering your…

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