If you are becoming a parent for the first time, boundless joy lies ahead of you. Boundless joy and a whole lot of work. A whole lot of work and, for people with glasses, a near constant struggle to keep tiny hands from prying them away from your face.
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The first 24 hours following your LASIK eye surgery are the most important part of the healing process. Our eye surgeon will walk you through the entire LASIK procedure during your consultation to ensure you know what to expect before, during and after your laser surgery.
LASIK eye surgery has transformed the lives of more than 28 million people across the world. For the first time, our eye doctors and staff at Seeta Eye Care Center were able to show the entire LASIK process from start to finish live on Facebook. You can experience what it was like for J Will, radio host of 96.1 KISSFM, to go from a high prescription to perfect vision in the video above.
A Flex Spending Account (FSA) is part of a health plan offered by employers for employees to use for medical expenses such as copayments, deductibles, medications and other health care costs. FSA money is not taxed, which allows you to save when it comes time to file your annual taxes.
Laser vision correction has gifted millions of Americans with 20/20 vision or better. There are, however, still many people who are afraid to go under the laser to better their eyesight. There are dozens of reasons to choose laser vision correction with our eye surgeons in Fishkill.
LASIK laser eye surgery can correct issues with your vision and give you the freedom to see without glasses or contacts, however there are a lot of misconceptions about this procedure. In this infographic we addres several of the myths surrounding LASIK surgery so all of your questions are answered:
No, you will not go blind. That seems to be a popular concern among the general population.
LASIK laser eye surgery has changed the lives of more than 28 million men and women over the past 25 years. The results of this form of vision correction have only improved, and patient satisfaction has reached over 98 percent.