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Why Won’t Insurance Normally Cover LASIK?

LASIK is a fantastic procedure that changes lives by offering visual freedom. But the surgery is not considered to be a medical necessity, but rather elective. In most cases, LASIK will not be covered at all. This can make it difficult to afford the surgery for many. Though it can be hard to afford, LASIK… Read More


What To Expect With Cataracts

Cataracts are something that will affect everyone at some point. They are a natural part of life. Given a long enough life, everyone will experience them at some point to some degree. While that notion may seem upsetting, there is actually some good news. Due to their prevalence, cataracts are well understood and easier to… Read More


Remember These 5 Things Preparing For LASIK

Getting LASIK is not quite as easy as signing up for the procedure and coming into the office on time. You’ll need to do some homework ahead of time for a safe procedure with the best results. Here are a few of the most important things to keep in mind when you decide to go… Read More


5 Signs You May Have Dry Eye

With a name like dry eye, it would seem like you only have dry eyes. But there’s a lot more to dry eye than having dry eyes. The disease can actually be tough to deal with and can become a big problem if left untreated. Keep reading for 5 signs that you may have dry… Read More


Do’s & Don’ts Before Cataract Surgery

Preparing for cataract surgery can be overwhelming. That’s why you are always encouraged to ask questions during your cataract screening. It is very important to follow the instructions given to you during this consultation. Following these instructions will help you achieve the best results from the procedure. To help you stay on track, here are… Read More


When Do You Need To See A Cornea Specialist?

Your cornea serves an important function for your vision. It is more than a transparent cover over your pupil. The cornea also handles almost three-quarters of your eye’s focusing power. Functional eyesight would not be possible without a cornea, which is why they need to be in good shape. Protecting your eyes with UV proof… Read More


3 Tips For Your Best LASIK Recovery

Your LASIK journey doesn’t end right after correcting your eyes. Your vision will start getting better soon after, but you will also begin your LASIK recovery. Luckily, recovery from LASIK is very straight forward! There are some things you should know before you get into it. Here are some ways to help ensure that you… Read More


4 Tips For Dry Eye Management

Living with dry eye can be a pain. Dry eye causes redness, swelling, itching, and irritation, as well as other symptoms. Left untreated, dry eye can become worse. It can even lead to permanent vision damage including corneal abrasions and ulcers. If you are currently suffering from dry eye, here are some tips to help… Read More


Can I Be Too Young For Cataracts?

Cataracts affect more than 24 million people older than 40. Over half of all people older than 75 have had cataracts. Developing cataracts is often age-related. In fact, cataract development is usually considered to be a natural part of aging. But that does not mean that you can’t develop cataracts when you are younger. Keep… Read More


4 Ways To Save Money On LASIK

You may be considering LASIK, but feel like there’s no way to afford it. In reality, LASIK may be closer to your financial grasp than you think! The average price of $2,000 per eye may sound like a pipe dream, but there are ways to make LASIK affordable! Keep reading to learn 4 ways to… Read More


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