Boomer LASIK: Choices for Distance and Reading Vision for Those Over 40 If you are near or over age 40 and considering…
A patient’s age can affect the type of LASIK he receives and the outcome of that treatment. While each person is unique,…
LASIK (laser assisted in situ keratomileusis) is a type of refractive procedure that can correct myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism. The goal of LASIK is to provide a…
Looking back on your 20s, you may find that it was a challenging decade marked by struggles to define and establish yourself…
People in their 20s are often beginning their careers and enjoying job advancements. It’s also a popular time to get married and…
A person’s age marks a number of important life milestones, from driving and voting, to working and eventually retiring. While the lasers…
Is LASIK just for the young? Not necessarily. Each prospective patient has a unique set of circumstances that must be evaluated before…
Each family’s eye health is unique and determined by heredity, lifestyle and happenstance. However, some eye conditions typically occur during a specific…
“Eye conditions” and “eye diseases” are frequently used terms that lead to some confusion among patients. What’s the difference? What are some…
The aging process can take its toll on the health of your eyes, and lifestyle choices can bring on or compound these…
More than 11 million Americans have vision problems due to refractive errors. Fortunately, the majority of these issues can be addressed with…
Search for the term LASIK on the Web, and you’ll receive over 22 million results on the subject. That’s a lot of…