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LASIK Surgery and Diabetic Retinopathy

Diabetic Retinopathy and LASIK Surgery? Diabetes leads to a high surge of blood sugar in the body. An increased level of blood sugar leads to all sorts of health complications, including Read More

How Lasik May Correct Age-Related Presbyopia

Presbyopia is a condition that occurs with age when your eye loses elasticity and cannot focus on nearby objects. While the condition can be corrected by wearing special glasses, Read More

Healthy Vision Month

Taking care of your eyes is vital. Nearly 12 million individuals in the United States suffer from vision impairment. However, with routine eye care, vision problems and eye diseases can be Read More

Age-Related Macular Degeneration

Understanding Macular Degeneration Every LASIK Surgeon in our network understands that one of the leading causes of vision loss among older Americans is Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD). The first step in Read More

How Lasik Treats Diabetic Retinopathy

Diabetic Retinopathy and LASIK Surgery? Did you know that by having a regular eye exam with an experienced eye doctor, your doctor may see early signs of Type 2 Diabetes? And if Read More

Everything You Need To Know Before Your LASIK Surgery

Everything You Need To Know Before Your LASIK Surgery Have you been contemplating getting LASIK surgery because you're tired of wearing contacts or glasses every day? Find a trusted LASIK surgeon Read More

Common Questions About LASIK Eye Surgery

Common Questions About LASIK Eye Surgery Many people are tired of the stress of wearing eyeglasses or contacts and want a long-lasting solution to correct their vision problems. One good example of Read More

Laser Vision Correction

Laser Vision Correction Surgery (LASIK and PRK)Are you tired of relying on glasses or contacts to see objects near or far?  Are you sick of blurry vision and want to see Read More


Presbyopia  Presbyopia is a condition that starts showing symptoms around the age of 40. This condition makes it difficult to see objects up close, even if you had perfect vision just Read More

Keratoconus Treatment through Cross Linking

Keratoconus Treatment through Corneal Cross-Linking What is Keratoconus? Keratoconus is a disorder in the eye where the cornea thins and gradually bulges outward into a cone shape.  Over time Keratoconus typically results in Read More

How Lasik Corrects Nearsightedness

How LASIK Corrects Nearsightedness  Are you struggling with nearsightedness and wondering how Trusted LASIK Surgeons™ can help you correct your nearsightedness so you can avoid a lifetime of corrective lenses? Or have Read More

How Lasers Treats Cataracts

How Lasers Are Used to Treat Cataracts When you have a Cataract, there are two different kinds of treatment. You can go with traditional Cataract Surgery (Phacoemulsification) or with laser-assisted cataract surgery. Read More

Blurred Vision

What To Do If You Start to Have Blurry Vision Blurry vision can result from a number of different causes. Some of these are benign, such as increasing refractive errors and the Read More

Night Vision Problems

Trusted LASIK Surgeons™ Discuss Night Vision Problems Millions of Americans have trouble seeing at night. This can be caused by vision problems, such as nearsightedness, or more serious issues such as cataracts Read More

Eye Surgeries and Astigmatism

Visit an Ophthalmologist for Astigmatism Correction When your cornea is not curved normally, this irregular curvature prevents incoming light rays from focusing at the back of your retina. Usually accompanied by nearsightedness Read More

Sports Eye Safety

Sports Eye Safety From Trusted LASIK Surgeons™  As the weather starts to warm up outside, it is time for everyone to think about ways to enjoy the sunshine. As spring and Read More

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