July 28th, 2013  Posted at   Uncategorized
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The eyes are a very important organ in the body and must be treated as such. During the period after having an eye surgery, the eyes may require more care and precaution than usual. Taking extra care of the eyes during this time is essential to avoid complications and to enable quicker recovery.

The most important thing to do after surgery is to follow the doctor’s specific after care instructions. Instructions may vary from surgery to surgery, but they generally give patients Read more… »

January 17th, 2012  Posted at   Uncategorized
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Choosing the right eye surgeon for your laser eye surgery is the most important thing you’ll do regarding the service – it’s hard to know who to trust. Here are a few suggestions for picking the right doctor for your eye surgery:
Look Online: Use your http://www.satellitestarinternet.com/ connection to look into doctor reviews made by people in your area and Google any doctors you’re considering to find out what people are saying about them. Discard anyone with ‘red flag’ reviews.
Ask Around: If you’re on Facebook or Twitter, put out a post to those in your community asking for suggestions. Likewise, talk to your friends about where they had their LASIK – the best recommendations come from people you know and who know what you’ll be looking for right off the bat.
Do Some Research: The best way to know if you’re going to be comfortable with the doctor you’ve chosen is to do a lot of research on the procedure yourself then ask tons of questions. See what kind of vibe you get and determine whether or not the doctor knows the answers to the questions you’re asking.

January 13th, 2012  Posted at   Uncategorized
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Having bad eye sight can cause a lot of stress for many. With the advent of technology today, there are many procedures such as laser eye surgery that can help those see better than every again. If you’re thinking about considering this procedure, here are ten reasons why you should consider:

1 Feel Comfortable Again: You’re going to no longer have to wear Read more… »

September 24th, 2011  Posted at   Uncategorized
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Before laser eye surgery, I could not clearly see the large letter at the top of the eye chart. I had worn glasses since the third grade and my eyes had been plagued by infections ever since converting to contacts. My doctor consulted me on the two options of laser surgery that were available. I chose Photorefractive Keratectomy over Lasik because I did not want the slightest possibility of my active lifestyle leading to a dislocation of the cornea flap.

PRK is an older and more painful form of laser eye surgery. The cornea Read more… »

September 22nd, 2011  Posted at   Uncategorized
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If you are tired of the inconvenience and chronic expenses associated with wearing glasses or contact lenses, laser vision surgery may be the solution you have been seeking. Laser vision therapy offers the potential of a permanent vision correction and the end of the inconvenience and expense of vision appliances.

Your eyes are unique and require a treatment tailed specifically for them. There are several forms of laser vision surgery. A knowledgeable and experienced surgeon will be able to determine which type of surgery would be most appropriate for Read more… »

September 21st, 2011  Posted at   Uncategorized
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There are many pros and cons to consider when deciding if laser eye surgery is right for you.
The benefits include saving money on glasses, contacts, exams and solution, and the convenience of not wearing glasses or contacts while participating in activities. Applying make-up or shaving would be less complicated, and surgery would eliminate the problem of misplaced or lost glasses.
There is also the advantage of avoiding complications associated with long term use of contact lenses.

There are a variety of risks that need to be evaluated before deciding on surgery.
Over-correction and under-correction Read more… »

September 17th, 2011  Posted at   Uncategorized
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If you have desired to have Lasik surgery, it is important that you be open with the surgeon about all you physical issues with your eyes. If your eyes seem dryer than normal and you often experience irritated eyes, there may be a medical problem that needs to be addressed. The same is true is you are plagued by double vision.

Dry eyes can be a complication caused by several different issues. Dry eyes can be caused by your tear ducts releasing insufficient Read more… »