4 Ways Undergoing LASIK Surgery Can Improve Your Quality Of Life

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The biggest benefit of LASIK is its corrective effect on your vision, but glasses and contacts have the same result. What LASIK does not do is inconvenience your day to day life with specific hassles like finding a safe place to keep your glasses while engaging in physical activity or being unable to enjoy a beach trip… Read More

Are Athletes Unsuitable Candidates For LASIK?

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LASIK can be a convenient option for people who are tired of glasses or contacts. It can also be enormously beneficial for those who engage in activities that make glasses and contacts not only inconvenient but impractical as well. Glasses are not suitable for aggressive contact sports like hockey or football, and contacts can be uncomfortable especially… Read More

5 Ways You Can Prepare Yourself For LASIK

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LASIK is a routine procedure that takes approximately fifteen minutes to complete per eye. In total, Inland Eye patients can expect to spend an hour to an hour and a half in the clinic when they come in for their LASIK procedure. Although the surgery is straightforward, preventing complications and infections ultimately comes down to… Read More

5 LASIK Myths You’ve Probably Heard

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LASIK surgery, although it is so common, is still often misunderstood. While LASIK (as with any surgery) comes with its risks, it is safe to say that LASIK is one of the most successful eye surgeries worldwide. Millions of people have successfully undergone LASIK surgery with no adverse effects. So why have you heard so… Read More

LASIK Or Contact Lenses: Which Is Best For Me?

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As LASIK reaches new levels of popularity, people of all ages are ditching their prescription contact lenses for laser vision correction. Here at Inland Eye, we see hundreds of patients wishing that there was a better solution to their blurry vision. While LASIK surgery is extremely safe and effective, there are some people who are better off… Read More

Blade Or No Blade? A Comparison Between Traditional And Bladeless LASIK Surgery

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Did you know that Laser In-Situ Keratomilieusis (LASIK) is one of the most commonly performed refractive surgeries worldwide. It has given people with less-than-perfect eyesight the chance to live a life free from prescription glasses and corrective lenses. The goal of the surgery is to achieve the best possible vision by correcting the shape of… Read More

Why Individualized Laser Vision Correction Is Best For You

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Just as every person’s DNA is unique, every person’s cornea is different. Moreover, the irregularities and imperfections of the eye do not follow a pattern. This is the reason why traditional LASIK is not for everyone, especially those with complex visual defects and corneal irregularities, referred to as higher order aberrations. Fortunately, an advanced LASIK… Read More

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