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LASIK or PRK for Military Personnel

Jul 11, 2014 @ 02:37 PM — by Andrew Holzman | Comments (0)
Tagged with: Lasik | Refractive Surgery |

Military personnel consider LASIK, PRK, and other refractive surgery options to improve job performance and effectiveness in combat situations.

Paying for LASIK with FSAs vs. HSAs

Jun 11, 2014 @ 09:00 AM — by Andrew Holzman | Comments (0)
Tagged with: Lasik | Eye Care |

Both flexible spending accounts and health savings accounts are great options when it comes to paying for LASIK.

LASIK Financing with CareCredit

May 11, 2014 @ 09:00 AM — by Andrew Holzman | Comments (0)
Tagged with: Lasik | Eye Care |

Though CareCredit doesn’t typically cover the costs of LASIK eye surgery, our unique in-house financing options are equally as affordable.

Career Fields that Can Benefit from LASIK Surgery

Apr 13, 2014 @ 09:48 AM — by Andrew Holzman | Comments (0)
Tagged with: Lasik | Refractive Surgery |

LASIK surgery reduces your dependence on glasses and contacts, which can have a number of benefits for your career. Read on to learn which kinds of professions may benefit most from LASIK.

Ceasing the Use of Contact Lenses Leading to LASIK Surgery

Mar 18, 2014 @ 10:37 AM — by Andrew Holzman | Comments (0)
Tagged with: Lasik | Contact Lenses |

Dr. Andrew Holzman explains when the use of contact lenses should be ceased prior to LASIK surgery and why this is necessary.

The Risk of Flap Complications after LASIK

Jan 20, 2014 @ 12:17 PM — by Andrew Holzman | Comments (0)
Tagged with: Lasik | Refractive Surgery |

Flap complications are possible after you undergo LASIK. We want to take a moment right now to consider these kinds of surgical complications so you have a good idea of what these matters entail.

Bladeless LASIK - Why is it better?

Oct 12, 2013 @ 06:10 PM — by Kristina Oneill | Comments (0)
Tagged with: Lasik |

 

The Bladeless LASIK option utilizes a precise, high-energy femtosecond laser instead of a microkeratome blade to create the flap of corneal tissue. Since being invented in the 1990s, the femtosecond laser has been incredibly successful. This laser continues to provide LASIK patients and their eye doctors with a bladeless alternative to traditional laser eye surgery.

 

Blurry or Hazy vision after LASIK

Oct 6, 2013 @ 09:23 AM — by Kristina Oneill | Comments (0)
Tagged with: Lasik |

It is important that you understand that your eyes need time to heal after LASIK and there time is variable between patients. The speed of visual recovery ultimately depends on personal healing patterns. While your eyes are healing, it is normal for your vision to go back and forth between clear and blurry phases for several weeks.

I think I am still laughing at just how EASY the whole LASIK process and procedure was!

Sep 25, 2013 @ 02:45 PM — by Kristina Oneill | Comments (0)
Tagged with: Lasik |

 

 I was able to go for a run (brought drops along with me) a few days after, played tennis two days ago, golf yesterday, and busy walking dogs with no problems at all!!!

 

 

How do I know what LASIK surgeon and laser center is right for me?

Aug 27, 2013 @ 07:25 PM — by Kristina Oneill | Comments (0)
Tagged with: Lasik |

  LASIK and PRK are simple and amazing elective procedures when you are in the hands of a skilled refractive surgeon and surgical center.