5 Ways to Use Your FSA/ HSA for Your Vision

The world of health savings accounts (HSAs) and flexible spending accounts (FSAs) can be confusing, but they’re important and can make medical care more affordable. If you have questions like, “what can you use HSA for?” and “can you use FSA for LASIK?” - keep reading. Here are five ways to use your health savings account or flexible spending account for eye care this year.

Posted in Lasik Information, HSA

What To Expect From LASIK Results: How Long Does It Last?

If you’re considering getting LASIK in Phoenix, one of the top factors to think about are the LASIK results you can expect. Many patients are quickly won over by all of the LASIK benefits that getting laser eye surgery can provide, but they wonder if there’s some sort of a catch. Specifically, will the results last? Keep reading to find out the answer.

Posted in Lasik Information, LASIK Surgery Options, LASIK Eye

Why Do My Eyes Burn?

Do your eyes burn? Are they red? Does the vision get blurry only to get better after heavy blinking or eye rubbing? Do your eyes frequently tear? There are many reasons why someone’s eyes would burn and tear. The most common reason is blepharitis. Thankfully, the problem is easy to understand and frequently treatable at home.

Posted in Avoid Dry Eyes, Chronic Dry Eyes Symptoms and Signs, Dry Eye, Cornea, blepharitis

4 Important Facts About Glaucoma That You Need to Know

Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases that can cause vision loss and blindness by damaging a nerve in the back of your eye called the optic nerve. Affecting more than 2.7 million Americans aged 40 and older, this condition is important to understand. Here’s a look at four facts about glaucoma that everyone should know.

Posted in Glaucoma, primary eye care, Eye Health Tips, Eye Exam, Eye Health Care Tips, Ways to Improve Eye Health, Yearly Eye Exam

Early Signs of Cataracts: What Should I Be Looking For?

Cataracts, a clouding of the eye’s lens, affect a lot of us. In fact, 24.4 million Americans over the age of 40 have at least one cataract and by age 75, it’s estimated that half of all Americans have cataracts. We know that age is the most common cause of this condition, but what are signs of cataracts to watch out for? And if you do get them, what is cataract treatment like? Read on for more information.

Posted in Cataract Information, Intraocular Lenses, Cataract Surgery Options, Cataract Evaluation, Cataract Lens Cost, Signs of Cataracts

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