With LASIK, the Fireworks Have Never Looked Better!


Independence Day is just around the corner, and along with it comes the promise of fun, celebration and hopefully a really good fireworks show. When you’re planning all the festivities of this holiday (and other summertime activities), think about how nice it would be to see clearly without the need for contacts or glasses. Is it time to finally give yourself the gift of LASIK laser eye surgery?

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Keep Your Eyes Safe While Enjoying Fireworks


Who doesn’t love to celebrate Independence Day every year with their friends and family, a delicious barbecue and some sizzling fireworks? Many people have created a holiday tradition around enjoying the Fourth of July with sparklers and a spectacle of other crackling, colorful explosions in the sky. The bad news is that these fun shows often take a dangerous turn, and result in approximately 1,300 eye injuries a year (not to mention burns and other injuries). 

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Signs of Cataracts in Your Loved Ones

In case you haven’t yet heard, this month is Cataracts Awareness Month. While cataracts can develop at nearly any age, they’re most commonly discovered after age 60. But even if you’re not yet near that age, it’s still important to know the symptoms of cataracts so you can help identify signs of cataracts in loved ones. After all, cataracts are the leading cause of blindness around the world but can almost always be treated or removed if caught early enough.

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What is Cataracts Awareness Month?

 June is usually known as the month for hitting the pool (while wearing your best UV-protective sunglasses, of course). This is still the case, but did you know it’s also Cataracts Awareness Month? Considering that more than 22.3 million Americans suffer from cataracts, it’s good news that eye care providers and other health institutions are banding together to raise awareness of this issue and urge individuals to seek treatment.

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