A pterygium is a condition that many people have never heard of. It is often better know by the nickname “Surfer’s eye.” It was given this nickname because pterygia affect individuals who spend long periods of time outdoors. What is a Pterygium? A pterygium is a pinky, fleshy growth on the inside of your eye…. Read More
Over the years, we have heard many objections from patients who weren’t ready for LASIK surgery. But the biggest concern most people have is that price tag. Most people assume there is no way they can afford LASIK. And we can sympathize with your concern because LASIK is an investment. However, most patients who end… Read More
If you are someone who regularly spends a lot of time outdoors, you are probably already familiar with a pterygium. Or you may be more comfortable with its nickname of “surfer’s eye.” A pterygium affects surfers, athletes, and individuals of all ages who spend long periods time in the sun. Surfers are at higher risk… Read More
LASIK is one of the most common and safe procedures you can have but most people still have a number of questions. The most frequent questions we have encountered usually concern the length of the recovery time. Fortunately, the recovery time from LASIK is usually quite short and most patients begin feeling better right away…. Read More
Many people will consider having LASIK but unfortunately, the majority will not take the plunge and actually get the surgery. While most people would like to ditch their glasses or contacts, a large percentage of people just won’t do anything about it. If you have been considering LASIK surgery, there are several steps you can… Read More
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