Laser Eye Surgery

How To Know If PRK Is Right For You

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Laser eye surgery has been around for over twenty years now. Most people are familiar with the word “LASIK,” but another great vision solution is PRK or Photorefractive Keratectomy. PRK is a kind of laser eye surgery which can work to correct conditions like nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. Like other laser surgeries, it works by… Read More

Everything you Need to Know About Bladeless LASIK

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Are you tired of carrying your spectacles everywhere? Do you hate wearing lenses? Are you contemplating LASIK? Bladeless LASIK is an accurate, practical, and super safe procedure that can provide you with 20/20 vision with little to no downtime at all.  Here we discuss everything to need to know when considering this type of vision… Read More

Vision Correction: 4 Contact Lens Alternatives

Contact Lens Alternatives

Are you tired of wearing contact lenses each day?  Do you want to get rid of those glasses for good? There are many painless and effective contact lens alternatives available today to set you free of these hassles. Laser surgeries like LASIK or PRK; implantable contact lenses, and Ortho- K are the various options available… Read More

The Different Kinds Of Vision Correction Offered By LASIK

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As Americans receive more information about the ease and safety of laser eye surgery, vision correction procedures like LASIK have become more and more popular. While LASIK is still considered an elective procedure by most insurance providers, new plans that offer deals and discounts for vision correction surgery have started to pop up. Refractive errors are caused… Read More

What Causes Refractive Errors?

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When your cornea is shaped irregularly, your eye cannot focus light properly resulting in unclear vision. People across the country suffer from refractive errors like myopia (nearsightedness, which is the most widely experienced refractive error) or hyperopia (farsightedness). Astigmatism causes a blurry vision as a result of irregular shaped corneas. Hyperopia causes difficulties seeing objects… Read More

3 Unnecessary Annual Expenses That Cost More Than LASIK

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Reflections are natural around this time of year. In December, we reflect on our loved ones, our careers, our goals, and of course, the amount of money we spent over the past year. It’s no surprise considering “spend less” is one of the most common New Year’s resolutions. But there’s also another resolution hidden in that very… Read More

3 Adventurous Activities That Are Easier After LASIK

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LASIK can do wonders for your quality of life and adventurous spirit. After getting LASIK eye surgery, you can more comfortably participate in everyday activities like swimming, going to the beach, or taking a hike. Worrying about breaking your glasses or getting something behind your contacts is no longer a concern. But have you ever… Read More

3 Times LASIK Surgery Was Featured On Reality TV

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Reality TV has quickly usurped the soap opera as the TV indulgence everyone criticizes, but all of us enjoy. Viewers are savvy enough to know that much of what occurs on reality television is either scripted or staged. Even so, reality TV affords us a glimpse into the lives of celebrities and prominent individuals. While… Read More

A Brief Overview Of LASIK

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Despite many patients who express satisfaction with LASIK – including several celebrities – there are still a large number of people who are doubtful about the surgery. It’s understandable. A surgical procedure involving one of our most precious organs is bound to leave people terrified. In these cases, a brief overview of some of the most common… 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

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