While most patients do qualify for LASIK, not all do, depending on their vision issues and needs. The good news is that most diagnoses that donâ€™t qualify for LASIK can be treated successfully with other solutions.
Todayâ€™s LASIK procedures take just a few minutes, but they are designed to last a lifetime. There are certain situations, however, when patients may need to supplement their original procedure with an enhancement or corrective lenses in order to keep their vision at its sharpest.
LASIK surgery has undergone several improvements since its approval in the United States in 1999. Learn more about LASIK and how the procedure helps patients achieve 20/20 vision or better all in a matter of minutes.
LASIK can change your life, but what about the costs? The price of contacts and glasses over time can easily add up over the years. Explore how LASIK is not only affordable but an investment that continuously improves the quality of your life.
In the weeks and days before your LASIK procedure approaches, you can help your family help you by telling them what they should expect. With preparation, you will find your LASIK experience to be a smooth transition to better vision and a better way of life.
Dealing with smudged glasses at the end of the day, or dry eyes after several hours of wearing contacts, can set you back several minutes when youâ€™re on call, placing all parties at risk. Read on to learn about other situations when the corrective lenses themselves can be downright dangerous and how you can start working smarter-and safer-today.
Could you be one of the 20 million Americans affected by cataracts? Read on and learn the signs of this eyesight condition and how Cleveland Clinic Sugarbush Eye and Laser Center can provide the right option for you to save your vision.