Wear contacts but you’re sick and tired of the upkeep associated with them? Maybe it’s time to think about LASIK! LASIK is a great option if you’re looking to finally ditch your contacts to see clearly! Keep reading to learn more about the differences between LASIK and contacts! Are Contacts Safer Than Undergoing LASIK? Although… Read More
Almost everyone has heard of LASIK. Most may know someone who’s had LASIK or at least know someone who knows someone. Despite this, there’s a lot of misinformation surrounding LASIK. Many people are afraid to have LASIK because of false facts. The truth is, LASIK isn’t scary at all. For almost all LASIK patients, it’s… Read More
LASIK surgery has proven itself as a safe and reliable procedure for patients. If you’re looking for freedom from glasses or contacts, LASIK may be the answer! Before booking your LASIK consultation, check out these LASIK myths. Let’s separate fact from fiction, once and for all! LASIK Myth #1: We have no idea if LASIK… Read More
LASIK is a powerful surgery that can free you from glasses and contacts forever. Millions of people around the world think that’s pretty life changing! LASIK has a 96% success rate with patients, which is unheard of. That means if you go through with LASIK, odds are you will be living free from glasses for… Read More
Almost everyone has heard of LASIK. For many people who can’t see without glasses or contacts, LASIK seems like the answer. Did you know that 96% of LASIK patients report satisfaction with their results? And yet many more people who would be good candidates for LAISK are afraid of undergoing it. One reason for this… Read More
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