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Newest LASIK Technology and Is it Safe

Newest LASIK Technology and Is it Safe?

As with most types of medical procedures, LASIK technology is constantly evolving. With these latest innovations, this popular eye surgery has become more accurate and exact, giving patients improved vision and a better quality of life. But with any highly touted new medical advancement, you may have some questions and concerns about safety. And that’s […]

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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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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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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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Corneal Refractive Surgery Guide

Whether its myopia, hyperopia, presbyopia, or astigmatism, refractive eye issues affect nearly half of all Americans, necessitating the use of contacts and eyeglasses to improve their standard of living. Many more Americans ignore the problem altogether, wandering the world below crystal-clear 20/20 vision because of aesthetics or impracticality. The good news is that corneal refractive […]

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