LASIK surgery can be life-changing. It means visual freedom. It gives you the ability to see without glasses or contacts, sometimes even better than you could see before with your prescription glasses. But not all LASIK is the same. Did you know that you can get custom LASIK surgery? Custom LASIK is different from regular… Read More
San Francisco— the City by the Bay. What better place to visit after undergoing LASIK surgery? If you’ve been here before, you’re guaranteed a whole new experience thanks to your perfect, unassisted vision. And if you haven’t been to San Francisco before, there’s even more reason to check it out now that you can see… Read More
Cataracts can be a real pain. They’re a common side effect of the normal aging process, but that doesn’t make them any less irritating. If you have cataracts, you may wonder if they’re severe enough to consider having cataract surgery to remove them. There are several ways to tell when things are bad enough that… Read More
Cataract removal is among the safest and most performed of all surgical procedures. More than 3 million Americans have cataract surgery each year, with most experiencing fast healing and dramatically improved vision. That being said, every cataract patient needs a little help during the first day or two after surgery. Here are some steps that… Read More
Imagine being free to dive into the work you love without worrying about glasses and contacts. Picture being able to see near and far in all lights and weathers, and shift perspective on a dime. If you’re a professional in a field where agile vision is key, LASIK could change your world. 1. Design Clothing,… Read More
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