Learn the specifics, benefits, and disadvantages of traditional vs. custom LASIK to find out how advanced treatment technology could improve your vision.
LASIK surgery and prescription contact lenses are great options for improving your vision. Let's compare the two to see the pros and cons.
It’s go time. The contestants: LASIK vs. glasses, no holds barred. Custom wavefront LASIK has a distinct advantage, but let’s see who wins.
If you wear contacts and suffer from eye allergies, LASIK can improve your vision and reduce your reliance on contact lenses.
In some cases, patients emerge from custom LASIK with improved night vision, thanks to the correction of their higher order aberrations.
After LASIK, computer use should be avoided for the first day or so. Using the computer can resume normally after that.
Glare is a common side effect of LASIK surgery. Here are some tips to reduce glare and other light sensitivity issues.
Presbyopia is an unavoidable age-related farsightedness (hyperopia) that occurs when the lens of the eye loses flexibility. LASIK, corrective lenses, and other treatments are available.
LASIK is a great treatment option for astigmatism related to refractive error (irregular shape of the cornea). Laser vision correction can help you see clearly.
LASIK can be used to treat farsightedness and presbyopia (age-related hyperopia), but it is not the only vision correction option out there for patients.