Should I Consider Refractive Lens Exchange?

Vision correction procedures have become increasingly popular in recent years. Procedures like LASIK are especially popular as they are highly effective and low-risk.  However, LASIK isn’t suitable for everyone. Most vision correction procedures correct refractive errors, such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism.  But they don’t correct age-related vision loss, so they aren’t as effective for… Read More

Are There Obvious Symptoms of Macular Degeneration?

Macular degeneration is a common age-related eye condition. It doesn’t typically cause total blindness.  However, it is a leading cause of vision loss in adults over 55. It also doesn’t show many symptoms, especially during its early stages.  Once symptoms start appearing, there is no treatment, as vision loss from the eye condition is permanent…. Read More

Can I Use My HSA for Laser Eye Procedures?

If you’ve ever considered having a laser eye procedure like LASIK, you’re likely aware that it’s not covered by health insurance. These elective procedures are not considered medically necessary, and health insurance and most vision insurance don’t cover them.  But laser eye procedures are well worth the expense, as they can give you incredible unassisted… Read More

7 Reasons You Need to See Your Ophthalmologist

When was the last time you went to the eye doctor? You should regularly see your eye doctor to ensure your eyes are healthy.  If you have refractive errors like nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism, you’ll need to see your eye doctor more. Having refractive errors makes it necessary to use visual aids like glasses and… Read More

Do Cornea Transplants Work?

Cornea transplants are one of the most common transplants you can undergo and are second only to blood transfusions. Unlike other organ transplants, cornea transplants are relatively low-risk and minimally invasive.  In almost all cases, only a section of the cornea is removed and replaced with donor tissue. Because only a small amount of donor… Read More

Is the EVO ICL Really Reversible?

When it comes to vision correction procedures, you have several options. These include LASIK and PRK.  But there are other options like the EVO ICL for patients looking to correct their vision while changing their lives for the better. In addition to these benefits, the EVO ICL is also reversible.  Keep reading to learn more… Read More

Is Cataract Surgery Permanent?

When you have cataracts, the only way to treat them is by having cataract surgery. The good news is that cataract surgery will remove your cataracts and restore your ability to see clearly, along with any vision loss you may have experienced because of them.  Cataract surgery is also permanent because you’ll have your cataracts… Read More

Does My Child Need to See a Pediatric Ophthalmologist?

As your child grows and develops, keeping an eye on every aspect of their health is essential. Many medical conditions, including eye conditions, are present in childhood. Annual eye doctor appointments are necessary for children, even if their eyes seem perfectly healthy. But when should you take your child to see a pediatric ophthalmologist?  There… Read More

Get the Visual Satisfaction You Want with LASIK

If you have a refractive error, you need glasses or contact lenses to see. Some people wear contact lenses over glasses because they are often more convenient.  But contact lenses can come with their own set of frustrations as well. But permanent vision correction procedures like LASIK exist if you want to explore other options…. Read More

What Makes LASIK Worth It, Anyway?

If you have a refractive error and need glasses or contact lenses to see, chances are you’ve heard of LASIK. LASIK is the most popular and well-known vision correction procedure you can undergo.  It’s also one of the safest and most effective. Most patients who have LASIK end up with 20/20 vision or better, eliminating… Read More

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