Choosing the Right LASIK Surgeon Is Important

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While LASIK is considered one of the safest surgeries out there, it is first and foremost just that – a surgery. All surgeries and operations have an inherent risk of complications, it comes with the invasive nature of surgery. LASIK itself is very minimally invasive, but it is nevertheless crucial to make sure your LASIK… Read More

Enjoy Fall Without Glasses

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Fall is an amazing time of year, filled with delicious scents of pumpkin, refreshing cool breezes, and of course, football! It’s a time to get together with family and friends, whether it’s to eat candy with the kids on Halloween, tell ghost stories around a campfire, or to stop for a moment on Thanksgiving and… Read More

5 Fun Things to Do in Texas After You Get LASIK

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LASIK can restore your vision and allow you to experience fantastic new adventures that are otherwise impossible or significantly less fun with the need to be reliant on glasses or contacts. Texas is a large state, but it is packed with fun things to do and beautiful sites to see. Here’s just a taste of… Read More

Eyesight in the Space Age: LASIK Technology That Was Designed by NASA

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There’s no question that we are living in the future. From having an extraordinarily powerful computer capable of doing just about anything in the palm of your hand everyday, to unimaginable leaps and advances in medicine that allows people to enjoy life longer and healthier, technology is always improving. One of the best parts about… Read More

Is It Too Late to Get LASIK?

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LASIK improves hundreds of thousands of lives every year. Those who get the treatment enjoy better sight, better comfort, and a better lifestyle. However, not everybody needs LASIK or are aware of its benefits until they are older. Many medical procedures cannot be performed on older patients due to an increase in risk factors that… Read More

4 LASIK Myths and the Truth Behind Them

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Surgery is frightening and there is no lack of superstition surrounding just about any procedure that you can think of. LASIK is no exception, and it is easy to see why there could be so many misconceptions. It uses cutting edge technology, which some may think is unsafe or untested, and when you are dealing… Read More

4 Things You Should Know About Cataracts

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Cataracts are the leading cause of blindness in the world: Currently, cataracts affect more than 22 million people in the United States that are above the age of 40. Worldwide there are more cataract cases than macular degeneration, glaucoma, and diabetic retinopathy combined according to Prevent Blindness America (BPA). There are several symptoms of cataracts:… Read More

The Positive Impact LASIK Can Have on Your Life

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Eyesight is important to us. From doing everyday tasks like reading and driving, to fully enjoying the most valuable moments of life, whether or not we can see clearly has a profound impact on us. It dictates many of the opportunities we are given, which in turn determines what kind of choices that we can… Read More

4 Things You Can Do To Avoid Severe Vision Loss

4 Things You Can Do To Avoid Severe Vision Loss

Over 20 million people in North America alone suffer from severe vision loss. Not all of these eye diseases can be prevented or cured, but there are some things you can do to help your eyes remain healthy and possibly lower your risks of developing serious vision loss. Here are 4 things you can do… Read More

Learn How to Protect Your Eyesight

Learn How to Protect Your Eyesight

We always try out best when it comes to protecting our skin, but not enough of us take the same care to protect our eyesight. Protecting your eyesight is very important and essential if you hope to have good quality vision by the time you are in your 40s. Your risk of vision loss gets… Read More

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