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It All Began With A Turkey

Before the 1980s if a person could not have a successful treatment with glasses, contacts, or medicine, low vision and blindness became inevitable. Many scientists and doctors refused to accept that mandate. Surgical tools of the time could cause scars and do not have the precision desired to ensure a highly successful eye operation that […]

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Ghosts, Spots and Halos Oh MY!

In the month of October, everyone expects to see some unusual visuals such as ghosts, fiends, vampires, goblins, ghouls, and gremlins. They enter our workplaces, our homes and everyone laughs and giggles at the dark side who has no power except lies and fears if someone believes such silliness. After that continuing to comment on […]

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Can LASIK Help with Myopia?

Defined as a common cause of visual disturbances, myopia continues to make it as one of the top eye conditions. Known better as nearsightedness, it happens to sight when the eye lengthens too long from back to front. World has the cornea curves a bit more than had it the light entering through a pupil […]

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Possible Complications After A LASIK Surgery

You made the decision to have the procedure. You chose the best doctor the area like found at Houston LASIK. The surgery went well, and the vision improved. A few minor setbacks had appeared on the horizon when you went for a checkup. No matter how good the statistics have appeared on an individual level, […]

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The Military and LASIK

In the month of November, the nation celebrates Veterans Day as a reminder of the many hours of service offered. Whether in or out of the service laser eye surgery offers a way to make the most of a soldier’s or veterans’ vision. Either because of special needs or special equipment, the medical system has […]

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It’s All About The Frames

Though laser eye surgery reduces the need for glasses, it does not necessarily do away with eyewear. For days in the sun and some activities, a set of glasses may be needed. Work requirements often demand glasses be worn. Getting eyewear that you like makes it much more likely you will use it. The frames […]

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Can You Help Hyperopia With LASIK?

The National Eye Institute defines hyperopia better known as farsightedness as a refractive error. Fairly common among adults, hyperopia keeps a person from clearly seeing objects near them, and yet, they can see far away well. For some individual, the experience of farsightedness extends to all distances near and far, and the only variation is […]

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Astigmatism and Laser Eye Surgery

Mostly unknown today but a Norwegian ophthalmologist with cataracts did astigmatic keratotomy in 1885. Since then, much has been learned in the knowledge of the condition and tools. In modern times the use of photorefractive techniques has treated refractive (bending of the light in the eyes) errors from astigmatism with excimer lasers in myopic eyes. […]

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What is Hyperopia?

Looking off in the distance on a variety of vistas remains one of life’s pleasures. But if it becomes one of the few things a person sees with clarity that type of eyesight can have a major effect on life activities. Refractive errors cause blurry vision. A refractive error defines as an issue where the […]

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Glaucoma Facts and Information

Glaucoma The National Eye Institute defines glaucoma as a swelling of the eye that causes optic nerve damage. Though not all the mechanisms that cause the condition have been discovered what has become known remains that intraocular pressure caused by the flow of the vitreous gel from cells does not drain at the same rate […]

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