If you have diabetes, you may know that getting any surgery is riskier than if you weren’t diabetic. Diabetics are more susceptible to complications, and it can take longer to recover. But what about for procedures like LASIK? Many doctors recommend not getting LASIK if you have severe or uncontrolled diabetes. But what about if… Read More
If you have a relative who had cataract surgery and still wears glasses, you may think that’s the norm. While there are people who need glasses after cataract surgery, it’s not always necessary. Instead, many people have better vision than ever before thanks to IOLs. Keep reading to learn more about cataract surgery! Cataract Surgery… Read More
LASIK surgery is a quick and painless procedure as far as surgeries go. It can give you complete visual freedom just by using a laser to shape your cornea to your prescription. The surgery is an outpatient procedure, which means you can go home right after. Like any surgery, there is a recovery period after… Read More
By the time you’re in your seventies, there’s at least a 50 percent chance that you’ll have cataracts. This means chances are good either you or a loved one will have cataracts at some point in your life. It also means odds are good that you’ll have cataracts that will need removal. Removing cataracts only… Read More
Having LASIK gives you a great chance to change up your style. If you used to rely on glasses, opening up your face can mean trying out all new looks with eye makeup. Heads up: you’ll need to wait after LASIK before you start experimenting with makeup. Doctors generally recommend not to wear makeup right… Read More
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