6 Tips For Recovering From Lasik Surgery

11 December 2018
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Laser eye surgery can correct vision problems and reduce your dependence on glasses or contacts. Although the procedure is fairly routine, it is still important to take good care of yourself afterward. The better you take care of yourself, the faster you will recover. Here are some useful tips for recovering from laser eye surgery. Wear Sunglasses After laser eye surgery, your eyes will be very sensitive to light for at least a few days. Read More 

How To Protect Your Eyes From Swimming-Related Dangers

23 September 2018
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As enjoyable as swimming is, it can leave you with eye complications if you don't take protective measures when swimming. The germs, dirt, and chemicals in water can damage your eyes if you aren't careful. Here are some of the measures you need to ensure that doesn't happen to you the next time you are swimming. Wear Goggles When Swimming One of the best things you can do for your eyes is never to swim without goggles. Read More 

What To Expect During Your First Eye Exam

1 July 2018
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The eyes are a sensitive part of the body, so naturally the idea of an eye exam sounds intimidating. Rest assured, you have nothing to worry about. However, if you at least have an idea of what to expect during the process, you may be able to ease some of your fears and concerns. Here are some of the things you can expect during your first eye exam.  Health Screener Read More 

Improve Your Looks

1 May 2018
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If you are looking at recent pictures of yourself and you see things you aren't so happy with, or if you aren't as pleased as you would like when you look in the mirror, there is something you can do. Making a few changes to your appearance can be all it takes for you to feel wonderful about your appearance. Here are some of the areas you can focus on that can help you achieve the look you will be happy with. Read More 

4 Key Questions To Ask Your Ophthalmologist During An Eye Exam

26 February 2018
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If you have an appointment for a comprehensive eye and vision exam scheduled, there's a good chance the majority of your exam will be conducted by a vision professional known as an ophthalmologist. If it's been awhile since your last eye exam or if this is the first eye exam you've ever had, there are some important questions you might not think to ask the ophthalmologist that can provide you with valuable insight into your ocular health. Read More