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Pros and Cons of Multifocal Lenses for Cataract Surgery

While monofocal lenses are still considered standard for cataract surgery, many patients cannot help but consider multifocal lenses. Although these lenses have not been around nearly as long as monofocal lenses have, they still offer some unique advantages that are worth exploring. It is important to look at the advantages and disadvantages before moving forward. […]

March 14, 2017

What to Expect After LASIK

You are sick and tired of using contacts or glasses to see, so you are considering LASIK. Before you commit to getting eye surgery, you want to know what to expect in the days following the procedure. Then, you’ll be ready to schedule your appointment and move forward with your surgery. Mild Discomfort You can […]

February 27, 2017

Don’t Fall for These Cataract Myths

From word-of-mouth to fake websites, it is easy to spread myths about anything, including cataracts. Unfortunately, myths related to cataracts can be dangerous. They might prevent you from getting cataract surgery, which means you’ll have to live with blurry and cloudy vision. Take some time to learn the common myths so you will know the […]

February 24, 2017

LASIK Eye Surgery and Astigmatism

Most people associate LASIK eye surgery as a treatment for farsightedness and nearsightedness. What they don’t realize is that it is also a treatment option for astigmatism. But what is it about astigmatism that makes it correctable by LASIK? Astigmatism is a common vision problem that occurs when the cornea is shaped more like an […]

January 23, 2017

7 Signs Cataract Surgery May Be in Your Future

The lens of your eye is used every single day in everything that you do. From driving to reading to playing games on your computer, you put it to work. As you age, the proteins inside your eye’s lens can combine, causing the lens to become cloudy. This affects how well you see, and that […]

January 17, 2017
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