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PRK and LASIK: What Are They and What Are Their Differences
Knowing the differences of LASIK and PRK and what can be expected from said procedures can help you pick the right operation to correct your vision. This article will talk about PRK and LASIK—what they are and what the difference is.
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Woman with glasses thinking about the differences between LASIK and PRK laser eye surgery
Classic Warning Signs Of Cataracts: Know If You Are at Risk
It pays to know what the warning signs of cataracts are, so you can seek diagnosis and treatment before the condition worsens. This article will allow you some insight as to how cataracts develop and how to spot the symptoms early.
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5 Ways a Cataract Surgery Can Enhance Your Quality of Life
As cataracts effect your eyesight, they can interfere with your routine and sense of independence. Fortunately, you can prevent it by getting cataract surgery. Here are some ways this procedure can enhance the quality of your life.
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Happy senior couple smiling because of their improved life after cataract surgery
Laser Eye Surgery Recovery: All You Need to Know
The post-eye surgery experience is different for every patient. As with any medical procedure, how your body reacts depends on your age, underlying conditions, the type and intensity of the procedure, and even the environmental factors. This blog post describes the post-laser eye surgery recovery timeline in detail.
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Female patient discussing the laser eye surgery recovery process with her eye surgeon
9 Common Cataract Myths Debunked!
A common cause of vision loss in adults is cataracts. However, no matter how common cataracts are, a lot of people still don’t know the truth about them. A big part of this is because of the many misconceptions that surround this condition. In this post, we will debunk the most common myths about cataracts.
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Can People With Extreme Myopia Have LASIK: What to Know
One of these surgical corrections of extreme myopia involves replacing the eye lens. The surgeon makes an incision on the eye and breaks the existing lens apart to place a new lens inside. This surgery is a good option for people with myopia who cannot undergo LASIK.
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A patient at Valley Laser Eye Centre in Abbotsford receiving an eye exam to see if he's a candidate for LASIK