Author: Santo Rizzo As we age, the likelihood of developing cataracts in our eyes increases. For those not familiar with the term, a cataract is the clouding of the lens in our eye that affects vision. Cataracts are not contagious and cannot spread from one eye to the other, so. . .
LASIK Steps At Laser Eye Surgery of Erie, we work hard to make your LASIK experience as easy and stress-free as possible.For your comfort and convenience, the surgery suite is located within our office. You will need someone to drive you the day of your procedure and you should plan. . .
If you’re ready to have LASIK surgery, you’re probably focused on one thing: seeing better. Many people don’t realize that the vast majority of LASIK patients have improved vision almost immediately after their procedure. They sit up seeing the world in a whole new way and it’s very exciting. Despite. . .
Thinking you can’t afford LASIK? Think again! Chances are, if you are currently wearing corrective eyewear (ie glasses or contacts), you are spending far more than you’ve probably considered.Remember, Blade-Free LASIK only has to be performed once*; glasses and contacts are an annual purchase.
Good vision and overall eye health are vital to learning. The Laser Eye Surgery of Erie joins the American Academy of Ophthalmology in emphasizing the importance of healthy vision to academic success during Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month in August.
Considering the financial investment required for LASIK, you’ve probably already compared the cost of the procedure versus the cost of years of continually replacing glasses and contacts. In case you haven’t, this article lays out the details — including a few you might not have thought of.
As everyone grows older, the lenses of their eyes thicken and become cloudier. Eventually, they may find it more difficult to read street signs. Colors may seem dull. These symptoms may signal cataracts, which affect about 70 percent of people by age 75. Fortunately, cataracts can be corrected with surgery.