Williamson Eye Institute provides winter eye care do’s and don’ts to help you protect your vision.

Winter Eye Care Do’s and Don’ts


As the temperatures continue to drop outside, you may feel the effects of cold weather. For example, getting out of your warm bed in the morning can be a struggle, even with all the holiday excitement you have to look forward to! Your eyes may feel a little uncomfortable during this time of year as well. But, the good news is that you can care for your vision in the winter with a few simple tips.

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How soon can you travel after LASIK? You can usually drive, fly, and return to work within a day or two of your procedure.

How soon can I travel after LASIK?

Whether you’re driving or flying to a holiday destination or heading back to work after your corrective eye surgery, you may be asking yourself, “How soon can I travel after LASIK?” This is a valid question because you want to have the freedom to get yourself from point A to point B, but you also need to protect yourself and others while traveling.

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Williamson Eye Institute provides five fall recipes that are great for your eyes.

Five Fall Recipes That Are Great For Your Eyes

Eating a well-balanced diet of vegetables, fruits, and healthy fats does more than just help you maintain your weight — it’s also essential for promoting eye health and keeping your vision sharp. Foods such as fish, eggs, nuts, and vegetables (particularly orange ones) are packed full of vitamins, antioxidants, and fatty acids that have the power to fight against a wide variety of degenerative eye conditions.

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Conductive Keratoplasty

Conductive Keratoplasty: Make Farsightedness Feel Far Away

Conductive Keratoplasty, or CK for short, is a non-laser eye surgery that reduces farsightedness. During the procedure, the surface of the eye — the cornea — is reshaped, allowing light to be refocused on the retina. Radio waves are used to heat and shrink the corneal tissue, which allows more light to be directed onto the retina. With CK

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