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Ideal Age for Lasik Eye Surgery

Ideal Age for Lasik Eye Surgery

With 90% of patients achieving at least 20/40 vision and 99% of patients obtaining 20/20 vision, LASIK eye surgery is perhaps the most effective way at improving one’s vision. And with an overall satisfaction rate hovering around 95%, patients remain satisfied. Yet even with these amazing results, patients still have one looming question: What’s the […]

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Conventional Lasik vs Custom Lasik

Conventional Lasik vs Custom Lasik

Originally invented in the 1970s but approved by the FDA in 1995, LASIK has been the preferred choice of corrective laser eye surgery for 25 years. Yet during that time, LASIK has been perfected. Now more exact and precise than ever, the surgery has been customized to correct eyesight in a variety of patients. Here’s […]

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Emergency Medical Technicians and Lasik in the Covid-19 Era

Emergency Medical Technicians and Lasik in the Covid-19 Era

In the COVID era, wearing a mask isn’t only essential, it’s mandated across many states throughout the country. Fortunately, most people are able to remove their mask after going out in public. But that’s just not the case for emergency medical technicians (EMTs), doctors, and nurses. Throughout their shifts, they’re forced to wear masks as […]

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Professionals and Students Are Using the Quarantine to Achieve 20/20 Vision with Custom LASIK

Professionals and Students Are Using the Quarantine to Achieve 20/20 Vision with Custom LASIK

The COVID-19 pandemic has quarantined many people around the globe. Students are forced to take online classes, while working professionals have been required to telecommute. Now that the second wave of COVID-19 has hit, the situation seems dire. But even during a global pandemic, a silver lining remains. Students and professionals are using the opportunity […]

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Laser Eye Surgery in 2020 Safe, Precise, and Better Than Ever

Since the COVID-19 pandemic hit the United States, over 40 million people have filed unemployment claims while an estimated 24.9 percent jobless rate plagues the country. As a result of these current hardships and economic times, many Americans are cutting back on unnecessary expenditures. However, cutting back on medical care such as laser eye surgery […]

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eye emergency concerns orange county

Eye Emergency Concerns During Covid-19 and Beyond

As the Covid-19 outbreak reaches its apex in the United States, hospitals are becoming overwhelmed.  Eye emergency concerns are increasing.  Between quarantining new patients, testing for the virus, and maintaining a semblance of order throughout the facility, doctors and nurses may have little time for non-life-threatening ailments. During these trying times, you should make every […]

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lasik for competitive sports

LASIK vs. PRK for Competitive Athletes

Excellent eyesight is more than just an advantage for competitive athletes. It’s a necessity. Whether it’s hitting a 90-mph fastball, using peripherals to anticipate an opponent’s moves, or seeing the rim clearly to execute a free throw, 20/20 or better vision can make a world of difference. However, not all athletes are blessed with terrific […]

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Eye Deterioration Vision Correction with lasik

Why Do Eyes Deteriorate and What Can I Do About it?

Aging is the foremost reason why eyes deteriorate. Over time, eyes change shape to focus the right amount of light on the retina. Yet these changes in the eye can lead to myopia, hyperopia, and presbyopia. While some of this deterioration is hereditary, other factors such as your job or the climate where you live […]

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Vision Correction for Military Personnel

Lasik for military personnel has increased in popularity. If you’re in the military or have thought of joining the military, poor vision is a hindrance. Not only can it detract from your ability in training or in the line of duty, but it also may disqualify you from entry into certain positions and programs. Thankfully, […]

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Orange county lasik surgeon for myopia

Refractive Surgery Options for Myopia

Also known as nearsightedness, myopia is a refractive eye disorder that affects around 40 percent of Americans. This disorder occurs when light rays focus at a point in front of the retina instead of directly on the surface of the retina, causing objects at a distance to appear blurry and out of focus. While corrective […]

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