My LASIK Experience: A Patient’s Point of View

My name is Rebecca, a 32 year old mom, and a professional. I’m very busy in my daily life, as most of us are, and I’m always looking for ways to streamline and improve my health. I also have had not-so-great eyesight for the past 20 or so years. 

Posted in Lasik Information

What Do I Do With My Old Glasses?

You just got LASIK and are thrilled you can essentially see the world in HD. But, you’re also seeing your old glasses laying around your house and wondering if you should toss them or do something else with them. Or, maybe you just got a brand new pair of eyeglasses. You like them way better than your previous pair, so you want to say goodbye to the old ones. In either scenario, can you donate glasses? You sure can - and we recommend it. Here’s more about charity donations for glasses. 

Posted in Optometry Information

Top Treatments for Dry Eye

If you’ve suffered from dry eye disease or even just an occasional dry eye, you understand how irritating dryness can be. But, you don’t have to suffer any more. The good news is that there are dry eye treatment options like Lipiflow, and new treatments like AmnioGraft, that can help. Here’s some information about dry eyes and how to treat them. 

Posted in Dry Eye

How Does Our Eyesight Change as We Age?

Curious about what happens with your eyes and aging? Here’s what to know about age-related eye disease and how to care for your eyes for your entire lifetime. 

Posted in primary eye care

What Does 20/20 Vision Actually Mean?

So you want to have 20/20 vision. But what does that mean? And is it the best eyesight number possible? Here’s what you should know.

Posted in LASIK Eye, Eye Exam

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