Category: Cataract Surgery

Eye Exams & Why They Shouldn’t Be Avoided

Eye exams are an important component to maintaining one’s health. With the end of the year quickly approaching, it is important to have an annual eye exam before vision benefits for 2016 expire. However, insurance isn’t…

Floaters, Flashers & When You Should Seek Help

Floaters, Flashers & When You Should Seek Help The tiny specks that move across your field of vision have a name. They are called floaters. They are often more noticeable when looking at something that…

LASIK After 40: Special Considerations

LASIK After 40: Special Considerations Laser Assisted In-Situ Keratomileusis, or LASIK is the most popular cosmetic procedure performed in the U.S., having helped more than 18 million Americans see clearly since it was approved in…

Computer Vision Syndrome: The strain of lifetime

With technological advancements, computer usage has increased over the years. The average person spends approximately 8 hours in front of a computer, which has led to an increase of eye computer vision syndrome. According to…

Making Your FSA Work For You

Last week, we discussed the impact the upcoming Flexible Spending Account changes will have on those considering a LASIK procedure. Since the enrollment deadline for 2011 has passed, there are ways in which patients can…