Posts made in 2017


Thanksgiving will soon be here and everybody is planning on ways to make it even more special than last year. Now, before you start looking for a new recipe to surprise and delight the whole family with, why not celebrate Thanksgiving by being thankful for your healthy eyesight and making sure that you and your family will share nutritious, good for the eyes Thanksgiving meal? Here are best foods for the eyes that you can serve this...

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Risks With LASIK


Posted By on Nov 8, 2017 in LASIK Surgery

All surgeries entail some risk. LASIK continues to have a high rate of success with patients mostly because of the caring compassion of the doctors who believe in the procedure. LASIK surgery should not be taken lightly. Your eyes are an important part of your well-being. A fair assessment of any surgery is knowing the complaints and risks.  Complaints Fortunately, complaints have listed few and tend to follow a certain pattern....

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LASIK is among the foremost refractive eye surgeries. It defines as a form of a corrective procedure to reshape the cornea. Excimer lasers exist for this purpose. Intended to treat conditions such as myopia, astigmatism and hypermetropia, this type of surgery is common in the treatment of congenital conditions as well. Currently, a proven and established practice; it became ideal for those wanting freedom from glasses and contacts. To...

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UV Radiation and LASIK


Posted By on Oct 25, 2017 in LASIK Surgery

Summer has arrived, and with the recent news from NOAA that the sun has increased the number of solar flares, it throws at us, its time to look at UV radiation levels. In the solar flares exist a variety of light waves which effect the body one of which lists as UV radiation. UV radiation defines as the invisible rays of energy the burst from the sun and bathes our planet just like normal sunlight. UV Radiation and the Body UV...

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Types of Surgeries


Posted By on Oct 18, 2017 in General, Uncategorized

No one technique fits every patient. That is why the Houston Lasik clinic trains its staff and doctors in several techniques. If LASIK laser eye surgery becomes determined not to give you the best eyesight Houston Lasik has other options. What are the surgeries or terms used in a LASIK center? 1. LASIK means laser assisted in situ keratomileusis. A laser eye surgery which corrects the vision by reshaping the cornea. It originally...

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