Mar 15, 2014
Long-Term Results of LASIK

The first LASIK corrective procedure took place in 1992, though the treatment can trace its roots back much farther: to the development of keratomileusis in the 1960s, and the evolution of photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) in the 1970s. Combined, these technologies paved the way for the modern Advanced Custom Wavefront LASIK and All-Laser LASIK procedures.

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Mar 13, 2014
The Five Scariest Eyes in the Animal Kingdom

The scariest eyes in the animal kingdom can be found in jungles dense and dark, in skies gray and tempestuous, and even in oceans murky and deep. These sets of eyes are indeed spooky ones best seen from afar, if at all.

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Mar 11, 2014
How Do Eye Shapes Affect Vision?

Eye shapes play a crucial role in vision. The eye works by focusing light as it passes through the cornea and the crystalline lens. The light travels through the vitreous humour, a clear gel filling the inside of the eye, and hits the retina at the back of the eye.

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Mar 02, 2014
Is There a Best Time to Get LASIK?

Prospective laser vision correction candidates often wonder if there is a best time to get LASIK: should they have it in the summer or hold out until fall? What about winter, or spring? Will they have to miss a vacation or special event while they recover? In reality, any time is a great time for LASIK. Here’s why.

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Jan 29, 2014
LASIK and Sports: A Winning Combination

Sports can feel like a distant dream if you wear eyeglasses or contacts. For team sports such as football or rugby, the National Eye Institute recommends that you wear eye protection in addition to glasses or contacts, which often feel awkward and cumbersome.

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