Monthly Archives: June 2019

cataracts and blurry vision

Is Your Blurry Vision a Sign of Cataracts?

Our eyes naturally change as we get older, but you should be on the lookout for these cataract symptoms so you and an eyecare specialist can put together a treatment plan if necessary.

LASIK blurry vision

Why You Might Have Blurry Vision after LASIK

After receiving LASIK vision correction surgery, it’s very common for patients to experience slightly blurry vision for a short time. Here’s what you should expect after undergoing the procedure.

6 Questions to Ask Before You Decide on LASIK

LASIK eye surgery helps hundreds of thousands of people improve their eyesight each year. Ask yourself these important questions to determine whether you’re a good candidate for the procedure.

cataracts vegetables and fruits

Fruits and Vegetables May Help Prevent Cataracts, Study Shows

The vitamins and carotenoids in red, orange, and yellow fruits and vegetables have been found to lower the risk of age-related cataracts.

5 signs of glaucoma

5 Signs You May Have Glaucoma

Though glaucoma can cause significant vision loss and blindness, detecting it early is one of the best ways to counteract its effects.

corneal transplant

Corneal Transplants: What Patients Need to Know

With a success rate of 90 percent for good candidates, corneal transplant surgery is a highly-effective way for patients with damaged corneas to improve their vision.

LASIK and Dry Eye — Here’s What You Need to Know

LASIK surgery is a safe, effective way for people struggling with blurry vision to restore their eyesight, but the procedure can sometimes result in short-term dry eye. Here’s what patients should expect after their procedures.  

How to Have a Successful Recovery from Cataract Surgery

Cataract surgery has a great success record, but patients must follow certain procedures to make sure their recovery goes smoothly.