What will your improved eyesight be? Will your eyes hurt? Can you return to your favorite activities shortly after your procedure? These are just a few of the common questions people ask when they want to know what to expect with LASIK recovery.
If you’re one of the over 60% of adults in the U.S. relying on prescription glasses to help you see clearly and adjust your vision, you may have considered the possibility of corrective eye surgery only to be intimidated by the cost. With insurance companies denying coverage, it’s not uncommon to abandon the idea of corrective eye procedures like LASIK and remain reliant on prescription eyewear.
You’ve probably heard Piano Man Bruce Barker rocking out at the Neon Cactus, but have you ever heard him talk about his LASIK procedure? Like many LASIK recipients, Bruce will tell you that the procedure changed his life for the better.
If you’re considering vision correction, you’ve probably heard of LASIK. LASIK is a vision correction procedure that uses a laser to reshape your cornea according to your eyes’ unique prescription. After undergoing LASIK surgery, many patients find that their quality of life improves dramatically. Check out one of our amazing LASIK testimonials to see if the procedure might be right for you.
Photorefractive Keratectomy (PRK) was the first laser procedure used to correct vision. Because of its effectiveness, it remains a viable option for patients today and serves as a useful alternative to LASIK. If you’ve committed to taking the next step to better vision, it’s important to stay educated about what each procedure entails. Here’s what to expect during your PRK procedure.
As someone considering PRK, researching the procedure is a good way to decide if corrective eye surgery is right for you. PRK, or Photorefractive Keratectomy, is a vision correction procedure that uses a laser to sculpt the surface of the cornea. PRK is similar to LASIK, but LASIK uses the laser to sculpt tissue deeper in the eye, under the corneal flap.
Living with poor vision should not be a viable option. If you’re ready to correct your vision, but you still have reservations about procedures like LASIK, this article will help. We’ve been providing LASIK service for a long time and often hear many of the same things that seem to cause people to be nervous. But don’t worry! Although your fear is understandable, you have nothing to worry about! Here are the most common fears about LASIK and how to overcome them.
Are you tired of dealing with contact lenses and glasses to correct your vision? If so, it may be time to look into other options to help you see clearly. Many people find relief from poor vision through corrective eye surgery. Although the most popular of these surgeries is LASIK, LASIK isn’t the perfect surgery for everyone. One alternative to LASIK is called Photorefractive Keratectomy, or PRK for short. In this blog, we’ll outline what PRK is, how it works, who can undergo PRK surgery, and how to prepare for your PRK procedure.