Visionary Blog2021-03-24T18:26:39+00:00


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  • Difference between Intraocular Lenses vs LASIK

Learn the Difference Between Intraocular Lenses vs. LASIK

If you are struggling with your eyesight, you don't have to live with it anymore. You have options! No, we don't mean the option of either eyeglasses or contacts. You can opt for eye surgery and live the life you've always wanted, free of the poor eyesight that has been holding you back. Before you can run full steam ahead [...]

  • Reno Cataract Surgery

How Will Cataract Surgery Affect Your Vision?

A cataract is a clouding of your eye’s natural lens. As the condition progresses, your lens becomes increasingly clouded, preventing light from passing through to the retina clearly. This results in a progressive deterioration of vision. As the cataract gets worse, the eye has a harder time focusing. In early stages, glasses may help you see better. As the lens [...]

  • LASIK procedure

What are the Advantages of a LASIK Procedure?

Are you tired of wearing contacts or glasses? You may think, "Sure, but I don't have any other options." Actually, this is not true. A LASIK procedure means you could wake up each and every morning without the vision problems that require you to need these items! What is a LASIK Procedure? Your vision problems all boil down to how [...]

  • Advanced Eye Surgery

What is the Most Advanced Eye Surgery?

You're tired of poor vision. Whether it be from cataracts, nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism, your eyes don't allow you to see everything with the clarity you wish you had. Poor vision can be corrected! You're ready to finally do something about it. The question is, what?  You're looking to learn more about advanced eye surgery in Reno, NV. What can [...]

  • Blink During Cataract Surgery

What Happens if You Blink During Cataract Surgery?

Cataracts are a clouding of the lens of the eye. If you struggle with cloudy vision, difficulty seeing at night, light sensitivity, and seeing excessive glare, you may be experiencing the early stages of cataracts. As the condition progresses, eyesight in the affected eye will be impaired. This isn't something to ignore because cataracts will not “fix themselves”, they require [...]

  • See a Reno Ophthalmologist

When to See an Ophthalmologist

Most people have a general practitioner or family doctor they go to for general health concerns and annual check-ups, but sometimes you need to see a specialist. If you have a toothache, you book an appointment with your dentist. If you were having trouble with chest pain, you would see a cardiologist. For every special medical need, there is a [...]

  • Glasses After Cataract Surgery

Will I Need Glasses After Cataract Surgery?

It's time to finally stop living with cataracts. You've booked your upcoming Reno cataract surgery, and you're very excited. Yet, you're also a bit overwhelmed and maybe even a little scared. It's okay! A surgery like this is a big step in restoring your vision, and you have every right to ask questions in order to feel a peace of [...]

  • Older man receiving an eye exam for diabetic eye disease

What Should You Expect When Considering Cataract Surgery?

Thanks to modern medicine, we have a plethora of surgical options to improve our lives. Before you have any type of surgery, you may have a lot of questions: Will it hurt? What type of recovery should you expect? When can you drive again? Will it be difficult to sleep? When your upcoming surgery is on your eyes, you have [...]

  • woman looking through her fingers like glasses

Does Laser Eye Surgery (LASIK) hurt?

If you’ve been considering having laser eye surgery to improve your vision, you no doubt have a lot of questions. Laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis (LASIK) is one of the most common procedures that our eye surgeons do at Eye Care Professionals. Our expert doctors can answer any and all questions you may have about what to expect. One of the [...]



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