Category: Cataracts

Dealing With Dry Eye After LASIK

Chronic dry eye is a particularly bothersome condition. Many people have it, some without even knowing. The condition is the result of inadequate tear production, and symptoms can be mild or severe. They can range from a slight burning sensation to extreme irritation. If you have issues with dry eye, often these issues are made… Read More

Tired Of Reading Glasses? We Can Help!

For many people, getting older is no picnic. One thing that starts to get worse as we age is our vision, which can be more than a little annoying. People who have been able to see well often find themselves having to use reading glasses. Sometimes this is the only way they can see up-close… Read More

When Should I Start Worrying About Glaucoma?

As we get older, we have more diseases that we’re susceptible to. Many of these conditions are vision-related. With age comes declining vision and increased risk for cataracts or glaucoma. But when are you old enough to start worrying about these conditions? Well, for one thing, you shouldn’t worry. Many of these conditions are treatable…. Read More

5 Ways To Know If You’re A LASIK Candidate

If you want to be able to see without pesky glasses or contacts, you’ve probably considered having LASIK. LASIK is definitely one of the best options for vision correction. It’s an effective procedure with few risks that millions of people have already had. Who wouldn’t want visual freedom? But how do you know if LASIK… Read More

Are You Guilty Of Summer Vision Blunders?

Summer is a great time of year to get outside and spend your days in the sun. But it’s also a time of year where you have to be careful about your health. Keeping healthy during the summer takes more than wearing sunscreen outside. You have to look out for your eye health, too! Many… Read More

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