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How Long Do I Have to Wear Protective Shields after LASIK or PRK?

Following laser eye procedures such as LASIK and PRK, individuals are instructed to wear protective shields to prevent unintentional damage during sleep. Many of our…

Posted by Andrew E Holzman, MD FACS on Aug 09, 2020

Is PRK Safer than LASIK?

Many patients ask us if PRK is safer than LASIK. Let’s compare these laser vision correction options and when one surgery may be better than…

Posted by Andrew E Holzman, MD FACS on May 16, 2019

Am I Too Old to Have PRK?

Laser eye surgeon Andrew E. Holzman discusses whether age affects a patient’s candidacy for PRK treatment.

Posted by Andrew E Holzman, MD FACS on Sep 28, 2018

Top Three Ways to Get Rid of Your Glasses

While eyeglasses provide patients with clear vision, they can be hassle. Here, we discuss the top three ways to get rid of your glasses.

Posted by Andrew E Holzman, MD FACS on Jun 16, 2018

Corneal Cross-Linking with Topography-Guided PRK

At the ophthalmology practice of Dr. Andrew E. Holzman, our team discusses the benefits of corneal cross-linking with topography-guided PRK.

Posted by Andrew E Holzman, MD FACS on Apr 26, 2018

PRK After 40: Refractive Surgery in Middle Age

There are pros and cons to getting PRK after age 40. Andrew E. Holzman, MD FACS considers the benefits of refractive laser eye surgery and…

Posted by Andrew E Holzman, MD FACS on Jan 16, 2018

PRK and Smoking: What You Should Know

Smoking can interfere with recovery after PRK surgery and increase the risk of complications. Find out more as we take a closer look at PRK…

Posted by Andrew E Holzman, MD FACS on Dec 11, 2017

Tips for a Smooth, Successful PRK Recovery

Patients can learn helpful tips for ensuring a smooth and successful recovery following PRK surgery with Dr. Andrew E. Holzman.

Posted by Andrew E Holzman, MD FACS on Nov 11, 2014

Who is most likely to benefit from PRK?

 Generally, those that benefit from PRK might fall into four general categories.

Posted by Kristina Oneill on Sep 05, 2013

What is More Effective Lasik or Asa?

Asa is advanced surface ablation.  An acronym for PRK. 

Posted by Kristina Oneill on Aug 03, 2013

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Andrew E. Holzman, MD, FACS

Andrew E. Holzman, MD, FACS, is one of the most well-respected ophthalmologists in the greater Washington, DC, area. He is regularly sought out by professional athletes, media personalities, and other doctors for laser eye surgery. Dr. Holzman is a member of several prestigious organizations, including:

  • The American Academy of Ophthalmology
  • The American College of Surgeons
  • The American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery
  • The American Medical Association
  • The International Society of Refractive Surgery

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