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Guide to Laser Refractive Surgery

  • What is Laser Refractive Surgery?

    Are you thinking of having laser eye surgery? Laser eye surgery, also called laser refractive surgery, is a common procedure that is performed to eliminate the need for eye wear— both glasses and contact lenses. Up to 98 percent of patients achieve 20/20 vision with laser eye surgery....
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  • Contact Lenses or Laser Eye Surgery?

    Tired of wearing your glasses everyday? If you wear corrective lenses for nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism, you may be wondering about the advantages that contact lenses and laser eye surgery have to offer. Contact lenses are a great solution if you would like to be free of your glasses, but laser eye surgery, also called laser refractive surgery, can help to eliminate the need for corrective eye wear altogether....
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  • LASIK Eye Surgery: 5 Myths and Facts

    Here's the most common myths and facts on laser eye surgery. While LASIK eye surgery has become the most popular refractive surgery in the U.S, there are many misconceptions regarding this procedure that prevent people from even discussing LASIK with their eye doctors....
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  • Guide to Implantable Contact Lenses

    Have you been told you cannot have laser eye surgery? ICLs may be the solution. If you are considering laser vision correction surgery, an implantable contact lens (ICL) could be an option to provide you with the best vision....
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  • Alternatives to LASIK

    If you are thinking of LASIK eye surgery, there are many alternatives that could be better suited for your eyes.  Many people are seeking the...
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  • Dry Eyes After LASIK

    Dry eye syndrome is the most common side effect of LASIK, affecting 9 out 10 people. LASIK is the most frequently performed laser refractive eye...
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  • 5 Benefits of LASIK Surgery

    Not sure if LASIK is right for you? Read why most people choose LASIK for vision correction. For many people who dislike wearing glasses or...
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