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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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LASIK Vision Correction Amid COVID-19

As the infection curve of COVID-19 begins to flatten in the United States, many states have attempted to restore some sense of normality. As of May 4, 2020, over 30 states have reopened businesses in some capacity, allowing businesses to recoup their losses and residents to resume their normal day-to-day activities. Among the lifted restrictions […]

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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 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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Am I Limited on Activities After LASIK Treatment?

Lasik patients are always worried about activity limitations after Lasik Treatment. LASIK (laser-assisted in situ keratectomy) and PRK (photorefractive keratectomy) are minimally invasive procedures that allow patients to gain 20/20 vision without the hindrances of contacts or eyeglasses. However, a common question is how long patients have to wait after surgery to return to their […]

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Laser Eye Surgery Myths and the Truth Behind Them

For over 20 years, laser eye surgery has been helping patients regain their vision without the hindrances of corrective lenses. However, the nature of the surgery has led to a number of myths about the procedure. Don’t believe everything you hear. If you’re considering laser eye surgery to repair your vision, here are some myths […]

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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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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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Vision Correction for Firefighters

From battling intense fires to helping citizens during disaster response calls, a firefighter has one of the most dangerous professions on the planet. While physical fitness is integral to this civil service role, firefighters shouldn’t overlook potential or current vision problems. Glasses and contact lenses are highly susceptible to smoke, flames, and heat, and may […]

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