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Sports Eye Safety

September is sports eye safety month.An estimated 40,000 sports-related eye injuries occur every year, predominantly with kids under the age of 18. Here’s what parents of athletes need to know so that they can all be prepared in case of an unexpected emergency. The highest risk sports for eye injuries are racquet sports, basketball, baseball… Read More

What is Monovision?

What is monovision? Monovision is an option often used when patients start to develop presbyopia, a condition causing difficulty reading small print or seeing near objects. Presbyopia starts to become evident in most people between 38 to 48 and worsens with age. To address presbyopia, the doctor may prescribe glasses with bifocal or progressive lenses… Read More


In 2017, another laser corneal sculpting option became available for nearsighted individuals. The VisuMax femtosecond laser manufactured by Zeiss of Dublin, California was approved in September 2016 for the use of the SMILE procedure. SMILE is an acronym for Small Incision Lenticular Extraction. As in Femto-Flap Creation, a million or so laser pulses are placed… Read More

Taxes and Laser Vision Correction

If you’re fortunate enough to be receiving a refund at tax time and you were thinking about using it for the vacation of a lifetime, might we suggest instead using it for a vacation for a lifetime! Consider Laser Vision Correction to get rid of your contacts and glasses. If you are among the 75%… Read More

Cost of Getting LASIK

Most glasses and contact lenses require a lifetime commitment and multiple renewals and ordering of your prescription through the year while, Laser Vision Correction is a quick, pain-less, 10 minute out-patient procedure.According to industry experts, LASIK will pay for itself on average within 5 years. Here’s why: The average cost of LASIK is a one-time… Read More

What You Should Know About Contact Lenses

There are approximately 36 million people in the United States who wear contact lenses. When contact lenses are fitted to the eye, much more is taken into account than just the numbers from the glasses prescription. The curvature of the cornea (the clear tissue at the front of the eye that the contact lens sits… Read More

What is Glaucoma?

Glaucoma is a complicated disease in which over time, damage to the optic nerve leads to progressive, irreversible vision loss. It is estimated that about three million Americans have glaucoma, but only about half of them know that they have this disease. Glaucoma is a leading cause of blindness for people over 60 years old… Read More

Give the Gift of Sight

The search for the perfect holiday gift is over! Over time, it’s easy to fall into the habit of giving an old standby, gift cards, or cash. This year, give the gift your loved one will love and cherish for years to come…the gift of sight! After all, what gift is better than the gift… Read More

Not a LASIK Candidate? Check Out IOL’s

Procedures such as LASIK and PRK reshape the cornea by removing microscopic amounts of tissue. In order for these procedures to be effective, the cornea must maintain a certain thickness after reshaping. As it turns out, the higher your prescription, the more your cornea must be thinned. Patients who are very nearsighted, or who have… Read More

What Causes Vision Loss?

According to the American Foundation for the Blind, 22.5 million American Adults age 18 and older reported experiencing vision loss, and more than about 80 percent of them could have been avoided or cured. That’s why regular eye exams are so important, they can be particularly helpful in detecting progressive eye conditions such as vision… Read More

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