Thinking about having surgery to correct your vision? Find out how a longtime fix for cataracts might be right for you — no matter how old you are.
The SMILE procedure is similar to LASIK vision correction, but has some distinct advantages — especially if you’re very nearsighted. Get the details.
If you’re considering laser eye surgery for refractive vision correction and started some online research, you may have run across stories of surgical complications that would make any reasonable person hesitate. But when it comes to making this important decision, not all surgical centers are created equal. It’s important to know the whole story. So how do you know … Read More
With summer comes sunshine, and with sunshine comes exposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays and white-hot glare. If you’re in the market for a new pair of shades, keep eye protection and comfort — and not just style — in mind. Some research suggests that high-energy ultraviolet rays from the sun can harm vision later in … Read More
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Consider this: 75 percent of Americans over age 60 will show signs of cataracts, a common eye ailment that dulls vision. That’s why cataract surgery is the most commonly performed procedure in the country. It’s about to get better, too, because of the femtosecond laser technology, already in use for the popular LASIK eye surgery. … Read More