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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. Each year, eye surgeons perform more than 3 million cataract surgeries in the U.S. It’s estimated the success rate for restoring full vision to cataract patients tops 90%. During the procedure, the surgeon lifts out… Read More


Simple Ways You Can Prevent Vision Loss

Visual impairment is on the rise in the United States, but Americans can save their vision by eating vitamin-rich foods, protecting their eyes from damaging light, and visiting their eye doctor at regular intervals. According to a study conducted by the National Eye Institute, the number of cases of visual impairment or blindness in the… Read More


There May Be More Correlation between Glaucoma and Genetics than Previously Thought

Studies have uncovered gene mutations that could lead to glaucoma, a sight-stealing disease whose causes have eluded scientists for decades. Sometimes called the “silent thief of sight,” glaucoma often comes with no apparent warning signs as the progressive disease slowly robs people of their vision. In fact, according to the Glaucoma Research Foundation, half of… Read More


Here’s How Long LASIK Vision Correction Will Really Last

For the majority of patients, LASIK surgery will result in a lifetime of improved vision. If you’re considering surgery to correct or improve your vision, you probably have a lot of questions: How long will the effects of the surgery last? Will you need another procedure in a few years? Does the surgery prevent all… Read More


Protect Your Eyes from the Effects of Aging with This Guide

Poor vision doesn’t have to be a normal consequence of aging – if you take precautions now. With age, you may notice slight changes in your eyesight. For example, small print may be harder to decipher, and bright or flashing lights bother you more than they once did. It’s true that these changes are a natural… Read More


How Genetics Impacts Your Risk of Age-Related Macular Degeneration

Could your genes hold the key to finding a cure for age-related macular degeneration? Age-related macular degeneration, or AMD, is a progressive blinding disease that’s the single most common cause of vision loss over the age of 50. An estimated 10 million Americans suffer from age-related macular degeneration, and it’s estimated that in three years’… Read More


Are Eye Floaters Normal?

Those tiny dark specks darting across your line of vision often come with age, but they could also signal a serious eye condition. If you’ve ever noticed tiny dark spots, strings, or cobwebs darting across your line of vision, you’re experiencing what is known as eye “floaters.” They move as you move your eyes, but… Read More


What to Expect When You Get Botox

Curious about Botox? Here’s the key information about the procedure, recovery time, and results. Botox is one of the most popular non-invasive treatments for wrinkles worldwide. The quick, safe procedure greatly reduces the appearance of forehead wrinkles, crow’s feet, and frown lines. If you’re considering getting Botox, you may have some questions about the procedure,… Read More


Are You an Athlete? LASIK Could Be the Game-Changer You Need.

When it comes to sports, glasses and contact lenses can be cumbersome. LASIK offers a performance-boosting edge that glasses and contacts can’t offer.   A hockey player tracks a puck — and loses it in his peripheral vision. A tennis player squints to find the ball across the court, her vision momentarily blurred. For most… Read More


The Truth about LASIK Success Rates for Astigmatism

Many patients don’t realize they’re good candidates for this procedure—but the LASIK astigmatism success rate is higher than ever. Astigmatism is surprisingly common, and most people have at least a mild form of this condition. But when it begins to cause blurred vision all the time — whether you’re reading a book or gazing at… Read More


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