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Contact Lens Risks: Are Contact Lenses Dangerous?

Risks Associated with Contacts   Keratitis For contact lens wearers, it's common innocuous bad habits that put most at risk of infection- things like sleeping in your contacts and wearing your contacts for too long. The most common infection that can come as a result of wearing contacts for too ...

Common Eye Infections

Common Eye Infections: How to Find Relief

Eye infections are extremely common conditions typically caused by bacteria, viruses, allergies, or fungi. They can affect people of all ages and walks of life, and are typically uncomfortable but non-threatening issues. Three of the most common eye infections are conjunctivities (pink eye), blepharitis, and styes. Conjunctivitis (Pink Eye) What ...

Eye Floaters and Flashers

Eye Floaters and Flashers: The Causes and How to Get Rid of Them

What are Floaters? Floaters are typically described as cobweb-like lines, rings, or small “floating” spots in your vision. They typically drift and move through your field of vision (hence the name floater.) While these objects look like they are in front of your eye, they are actually floating inside. When ...

7 Important Questions to ask your LASIK center

7 Important Questions to Ask Your LASIK Center

1. Who Will Perform My LASIK Surgery? It is common for a LASIK center to have several surgeons perform their LASIK procedures. Every laser eye surgeon is different in their degree of experience, training, and qualifications, and without knowing which surgeon will be performing your surgery ahead of time it can ...

Advanced LASIK Technology and Equipment

LASIK Equipment and Technology – Why We Use The Best

Intralase Femtosecond Laser: The Femtosecond Laser is a key feature of our All-Laser approach to LASIK surgery. A key advantage with this technology is granting your laser eye surgeon the ability to perform LASIK without a bladed surgical instrument. Instead of a blade, your surgeon will use two lasers to ...

Pterygium

What is Pterygium and How Do I Treat It?

What is a Pterygium? Pterygium, also known as Surfer’s Eye, is a benign eye growth that covers the white part of the eye (also known as the sclera). This small, elevated eye web typically starts at the conjunctiva: the membrane that lines the eyelid and covers the white of ...

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