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Can you get a Cataract Twice?

From time to time, patients whose vision has been corrected through cataract surgery experience a decline in their eyesight weeks or even months after their vision correction surgery. In these rare cases, patients understandably come to the conclusion that their cataract has returned. Which prompts the question, “Can you get ...

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Can You Have Laser Eye Surgery Twice?

Laser Eye Surgery The Second Time Around A common question patients ask about laser eye surgery is “is the treatment permanent?” and the answer is, a little blurry. Just like your prescription for eyeglasses has changed slowly over time, so too, will your vision after laser eye surgery. The laser ...

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A Brief History of LASIK

The Basics of LASIK As one of the most popular elective procedures in the world, LASIK eye surgery has also become one of the most effective treatments for vision correction. Millions of people around the world have experienced the life-changing effects of LASIK. Even today, new advancements in technology and ...

Risks of Cataract Development

What Increases My Risk of Developing Cataracts?

What increases your risk of developing a cataract? Age First and foremost, as you age your chances of developing a cataract increase. Age is the number one risk factor for developing a cataract. Some will begin to develop small cataracts as early as their 40-50’s. By 80, more than half ...

5 Questions to Ask Your Cataract Surgeon Before Getting Cataract Surgery

1. What’s the difference between traditional and advanced cataract surgery? Most cataract surgeons either perform traditional or advanced cataract surgery. In traditional cataract surgery, your eye surgeon will make a small incision in the side of your cornea with a hand-held blade to remove the clouded portion of the lens. ...

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