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LASIK vs Laser Eye Surgery: What Are the Differences?

LASIK, or Laser Assisted In-Situ Keratomileusis, has become the most popular procedure to correct vision problems such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism in just 10 minutes on average per eye. The popularity increased due to having the quickest recovery and the least discomfort in the recovery period of all the laser eye surgery methods. Then what is the difference between [...]

  • Dr. Matthew Mills, M.D. of Eye Care Professionals Named One of the Best Cataract Surgeons in America

Dr. Matthew Mills, M.D. Named One of the Best Cataract Surgeons in America

Eye Care Professionals is pleased to announce that our lead ophthalmologist and owner, Dr. Matthew Mills, M.D. has been recognized as one of the best cataract surgeons in America. This distinction is awarded by the organization, Best Cataract Surgeons in America, that works to provide information to patients investigating cataracts and cataract surgery options. Surgeons are nominated by fellow professionals [...]

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Is LASIK Eye Surgery Worth It? Pros & Cons

Are you tired of dealing with the hassle of glasses or contacts? Do you want to explore a permanent solution for your vision correction needs? If you're considering LASIK eye surgery, you're not alone. Many individuals like you are curious about the benefits and drawbacks of this popular procedure. In this article, we'll delve into the details of LASIK eye [...]

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Understanding Refractive Lens Exchange

Using glasses may not be the most suitable option. While glasses can provide clear vision for many daily activities, they can be less practical for high-performance sports and other physical activities. On the other hand, using contacts requires extreme care and hygiene habits; otherwise, this can result in serious infections and other severe eye complications. If you want to improve [...]

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Does LASIK Eye Surgery Hurt?

Are you tired of the inconvenience that comes with glasses or contacts? If so, you’ve probably considered getting LASIK eye surgery. Although having someone operate on your eyes can be daunting, you can rest assured that LASIK is a safe and effective procedure.  But one of the biggest questions in patients' minds is whether the procedure is painful. Every patient [...]

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Is LASIK Eye Surgery Safe?

If you're considering LASIK eye surgery, it's normal to have concerns about the safety of the procedure. LASIK (laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis) is a type of refractive surgery that corrects nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism.  The procedure involves cutting a tiny incision in the eye's cornea and using a specialized laser to reshape the cornea to the correct shape. The surgery [...]

  • how long does lasik eye surgery last

How Long Does a LASIK Eye Surgery Last on Average?

LASIK eye surgery is one of the most popular and successful treatments for correcting vision problems. The procedure is quick, gentle, and highly effective, and it typically takes just minutes to complete. However, how long does LASIK eye surgery last? The actual LASIK eye surgery procedure typically only takes about 10 minutes per eye, though the entire visit may last [...]

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Does Insurance Cover LASIK Eye Surgery?

LASUK eye surgery is a popular and widely accepted procedure for improving vision. But is there such a thing as LASIK eye surgery insurance coverage? The answer is that LASIK surgery is not eligible for reimbursement under Medicare or private health insurance as it is deemed an elective procedure and, therefore, medically unnecessary. Certain vision insurance policies can assist in [...]

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Eye Surgery 101: What is Lasik Eye Surgery?

The most popular method of vision correction nowadays is LASIK. Astigmatism, farsightedness, and nearsightedness can all be treated with LASIK eye surgery. The purpose of LASIK is to improve your eyesight by correcting your refractive defect. Your need for eyeglasses or contact lenses will decrease as a result of LASIK eye surgery. In most circumstances, it enables the patient [...]



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