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  • ARTICLEIOL: Intraocular Lenses Explained

    IOL: Intraocular Lenses Explained

    Most everything in the body seems to have an artificial replacement available these days. Your eyes are no different. The natural lens inside an eye can be replaced by an intraocular lens, or IOL.

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  • ARTICLEHow Much Is LASIK With Insurance?

    How Much Is LASIK With Insurance?

    One of the first questions many ask while considering LASIK is “How much is LASIK with insurance?” Unfortunately, most insurance companies don’t cover LASIK, because laser eye surgery is nearly always considered an elective or cosmetic surgery.

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  • ARTICLE20/20 Vision: What is it?

    20/20 Vision: What is it?

    20/20 vision is a term most people have heard. But just what is 20/20 vision? A person with 20/20 vision can see at 20 feet (the first “20”) what any normal person could see at 20 feet (the second “20”).

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  • ARTICLEWhat Does a LASIK Price Include?

    What Does a LASIK Price Include?

    When you purchase LASIK, you’re buying more than just the procedure. LASIK prices include several line items. These items include your surgeon, the costs of the vision center where you have your procedure and your care before and after surgery.

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  • ARTICLEMyopia: What is it?

    Myopia: What is it?

    Medically, myopia (my-OH-pee-uh) is an inability to see far away. A synonym is “nearsightedness.” Someone who is myopic can see near, but not far away. LASIK eye surgery can correct this common condition.

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  • ARTICLEPaying a Lower LASIK Price

    Paying a Lower LASIK Price

    The price of LASIK is similar to that of a car or a house. No, it's not wildly expensive - but there may be ways to decrease the sticker price or overall cost of the purchase. Here are ways to decrease the overall cost of LASIK.

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  • ARTICLELASIK Risks: A Straight Answer

    LASIK Risks: A Straight Answer

    A majority of people never have a LASIK complication, but you might have wondered what risks this procedure carries. Here are some of the most common possible risks of LASIK. It's important to discuss these risks with your LASIK eye surgeon or optometrist before your procedure.

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  • ARTICLEThree Reasons to Ask Your Eye Doctor About LASIK

    Three Reasons to Ask Your Eye Doctor About LASIK

    Many optometrists have special training in LASIK. Your eye doctor can play an important role in helping you understand if laser eye surgery is right for you. Here are just three ways a your eye doctor can help.

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