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Thursday, October 26, 2017

Benefits Of Cataract Surgery

If you’re considering going ahead with cataract surgery, you’ve got a lot of questions. The only way to remove cataracts–and the blurry vision, halos, and compromised night vision that go with them–is through surgery. You may be wondering what kind of results to expect, and whether surgery is worth it. Here are a few things to think about: Cataract Removal The most obvious benefit, post-surgery, is the removal of your cataract. Most people who have cataracts removed enjoy the absence of cloudy vision, halos around lights, or double vision that the cataracts caused. Some people who have cataracts removed also report that colors seem brighter. This is due to the brownish or yellowish tinge that some cataracts have. READ MORE: https://exceleye.wordpress.com/2017/10/19/benefits-of-los-angeles-cataract-surgery/

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Cataract Surgeons: What You Need To Know

You’ve been diagnosed with cataracts, and have taken your time and chosen one of the finest cataract surgeonsavailable. Now you’re wondering what your course of treatment will look like. Before surgery, you can expect to go through several sets of tests and measurements to ensure your best outcome.

Medical History & Physical

Your surgeon or their staff will give you brief medical exam and take your medical history. It’s important to mention any medications you may be on, even vitamins or herbal supplements, because some of these may need to be omitted for several days before the surgery in order to make the surgery as safe as possible.

LASIK Surgeons: Choosing Doesn’t Have To Be Hard

Congratulations!  You’ve decided that LASIK surgery is for you, and you’re ready to choose your surgeon.  Choosing a skilled surgeon is the key to achieving a good surgical outcome.  Among all the LASIK surgeons available, how can you pick the one that’s right for you?  Let’s go over some things to look for:

Qualifications

Look for a surgeon who is a board-certified ophthalmologist who has done at least 250 procedures a year.  Other credentials you might see include teaching positions, being published in a professional journal, or fellowships in corneal or eye surgery.
 Experience
Patients report the most satisfaction when they choose a surgeon who has a lot of experience with both the procedure and techniques for their surgery and the equipment that will be used during their surgery.  Ask your surgeon how many times he or she has performed the procedure with the equipment that you are considering.

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LASIK Surgery Can Improve Your Vision If You Have Astigmatism

If your eye doctor has told you that you have astigmatism, you may be surprised to learn that you’re in such abundant company: astigmatism affects almost a third of the adult population in the United States. Can LASIK Surgery Benefit Me? Most people can guess that the type of LASIK surgery has available benefits those with nearsightedness. The picture of a person shedding their thick glasses and being able to freely see the world around them is what interests most people in LASIK in the first place. But did you know that LASIK is also useful for people with farsightedness and astigmatism? READ MORE: https://exceleye.wordpress.com/2017/10/19/lasik-surgery-can-improve-your-vision-if-you-have-astigmatism/

Supporting Your Career With Laser Eye Surgery In Orange County

If you’re a screen or stage actor, you know that during performances the last thing you want to worry about is whether the lights are reflecting off your glasses. Contacts look a bit more natural, but long workdays can make them uncomfortable or leave your eyes red and irritated. Many people have experienced the benefits of laser eye surgery in Orange County, including those in the California entertainment industry. Could laser vision correction be right for you?

Who Can Benefit?

Actors, with their need to be flexible about their appearance, are the most obvious group of people who can benefit from laser surgery. But musicians, who need to be able to maintain their vision consistently on stage also find it a relief to not have to depend on glasses and contacts. And hardworking crew members need to be able to see switches, cables, and monitors in dim light, accurately and under pressure. READ MORE: http://exceleyeblog.tumblr.com/post/166589384169/supporting-your-career-with-laser-eye-surgery-in

Laser Eye Surgery: Can It Help Your Career?

If you work as a law enforcement officer, first responder, professional athlete or in any number of active, dirty jobs, you may have wished that you didn’t have to use glasses or contacts. You might be considering the various types of laser eye surgery has available, and wondering if they’re safe for you and your active career. Here are some things to think about.

Which Type Of Surgery?

LASIK surgery, while safe for most people, is sometimes not considered ideal for those with active jobs because it involves making a small “flap” of tissue that could theoretically be disrupted by a blow to the eye. But many other types of corrective surgery are available, including lasek and PRK. Discussing your job with your surgeon can allow you to determine which type of vision correction is best for your lifestyle.

Orange County LASIK Surgery: Learning About LASIK

You might be tired of using glasses and contacts, and hearing advertisements for providers of Orange County LASIK surgery. Having your vision permanently corrected sounds good, but you might be wondering exactly what LASIK surgery is. How does it work? Here is a brief overview.

What It Is

LASIK is an acronym which stands for laser in-situ keratomileusis. In layman’s terms, it’s a procedure where an experienced surgeon uses a laser to reshape the cornea of the eye in a way that corrects any “refraction errors”–the flaws in cornea shape that are responsible for most nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. READ MORE: http://exceleyeblog.tumblr.com/post/166588975589/orange-county-lasik-surgery-learning-about-lasik