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If I Don’t Qualify for LASIK, are there Alternatives?

Are you tired of relying on glasses and contact lenses? A procedure called LASIK is one of the most popular forms of vision correction available. LASIK has helped millions of people eliminate their dependence on glasses and contacts by correcting their refractive errors. These include farsightedness, nearsightedness, and astigmatism. Yet, as popular as LASIK is,… Read The Rest of The Article

Why the PanOptix Trifocal Lens Makes it Easier to Be Active

Are cataracts interfering with your hobbies or everyday activities like driving, reading, and cooking? While there’s no guaranteed way to avoid them, cataract surgery can help you regain your sight and get back to enjoying life. During cataract surgery, you’ll have your natural lens replaced with an artificial lens or IOL. There are different types… Read The Rest of The Article

How to Know if Durysta Can Treat Your Glaucoma

Did you know that glaucoma is a group of serious eye diseases that permanently destroy the optic nerve? Damage to your optic nerve elevates your eye pressure, which causes irreversible blindness and vision loss if left untreated. Although there is no cure for glaucoma, treatment can slow or even stop its progression, helping you maintain… Read The Rest of The Article

Does My Child Need to See a Pediatric Ophthalmologist?

Has your primary care physician recommended that your child sees a pediatric ophthalmologist? Going to a top ophthalmologist specializing in pediatrics guarantees your child receives the best possible vision care. Pediatric ophthalmologists have the qualifications and experience to correctly diagnose, manage, and treat all children’s eye issues. They are also experts at detecting subtle signs… Read The Rest of The Article

Can I Correct Astigmatism When I Have Cataract Surgery?

Do you have cataracts? If you need to have your cataracts removed by having cataract surgery, you may also be happy to learn you can correct refractive errors simultaneously. While cataracts and astigmatism are unrelated eye conditions, it doesn’t mean you can’t address them during the same procedure.  The procedure is highly effective and safe… Read The Rest of The Article

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