Differences Between LASIK and PRK

April 26, 2018 MI Lasik 0

If you’re considering eye surgery for better vision without the need for glasses or contacts, you might have already started researching your options and come across LASIK and PRK. Although you’ve probably heard of LASIK, not many know what PRK is and the major differences between the two. Here’s a breakdown of the two and… Read more

The Do’s and Don’ts of LASIK Eye Surgery

April 19, 2018 MI Lasik 0

Getting the best result out of your laser eye surgery occurs when you take the necessary steps to prepare for before and after the procedure.   As with any surgery, there are certain risks involved.  This is just one of the reasons it is important that you do everything possible to prevent issues from arising.  Below… Read more

Guidelines To Follow In Order To Qualify For LASIK

April 12, 2018 MI Lasik 0

Laser eye surgery is performed to help improve a person’s eye sight.  Most LASIK patients are seeking freedom from wearing eye glasses and contact lenses.  If this describes what you are looking for, laser vision correction surgery may just be the best option for you.  While laser eye surgery is effective in correcting the visions… Read more

Improving Eyesight One LASIK Surgery at a Time

April 5, 2018 MI Lasik 0

There are many solutions when it comes to correcting vision problems.  Some individuals choose to wear contacts and glasses to make their day to day sight better while others investigate more convenient vision correction methods such as laser vision correction including: LASIK, PRK, and LASEK. There are a number of benefits that come with choosing… Read more

What to Expect After LASIK?

March 28, 2018 MI Lasik 0

Laser vision correction is a surgical procedure used to reshape the cornea with an excimer laser. This type of surgery can be used on patients experiencing short sight, long sight or astigmatism. Laser vision correction is not an ideal solution for everybody and some people are not candidates for this type of surgery because of… Read more

Which Type of Laser Surgery is Best for You?

March 26, 2018 MI Lasik 0

Over the years many types of vision correction methods have been evolved. These include laser vision corrections or laser eye surgeries and other methods that include implantation of the lenses. Since eyes are our most precious and by far the most delicate organ of all, we must practice due caution before going for the surgery.… Read more

Four Common Types of Laser Eye Surgery

March 15, 2018 MI Lasik 0

Eyeglasses and contact lenses are not the only ways to correct vision issues. Laser eye surgery can correct vision problems, bring back 20/20 vision and reduce or in most cases eliminate the need for contact lenses or glasses. Eye surgery is not for everyone, but you are considered a likely candidate for laser vision correction… Read more

How does PRK laser eye surgery differ from LASIK?

March 8, 2018 MI Lasik 0

PRK and LASIK vision correction methods are the most popular modern procedures for the correction of astigmatism, nearsightedness, and farsightedness. While their outcomes are ultimately similar, their procedures differ. Ophthalmologists usually determine the best procedure for a patient depending on the unique laser vision correction needs of the individual. But how does PRK laser eye… Read more

Can I Have Lasik Eye Surgery If I Have an Astigmatism?

March 1, 2018 MI Lasik 0

It is a general belief that people suffering from astigmatism do not necessarily need LASIK eye surgery. This might be acceptable in cases of mild astigmatism.  When the case is either severe or mild, then LASIK eye surgery is a recommended way of having a vision correction. Astigmatism is actual an abnormal or irregular curvature… Read more

What is Myopia and What are the Correction Options?

February 22, 2018 MI Lasik 0

Myopia, or nearsightedness, is the most common refractive error of the eye a situation where the eye does not refract light or bend properly to a single focus to view images clearly. In this case, close or near objects look clear while there is poor distance vision which causes distant objects to appear blurry. However,… Read more