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

The 4 Things College Grads Really Want

If you have a child graduating from college, it’s tough to figure out what to get them. Gift giving is almost always tough and it’s especially tough when it’s for such an important milestone. It’s important to keep in mind that grads are in a unique and sometimes scary position when they graduate. Many of… Read More

LASIK vs. Contact Lenses

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

7 Facts Nobody Told You About LASIK

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

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