Have an FSA? Use your FSA funds to reduce your out-of-pocket costs for LASIK, Raindrop Near Vision Inlay or other vision correction procedures. Here’s how!
Cataract surgery and LASIK are commonly known vision correction procedures. Do you know how they work?
I was amazed how “free” my own eyes felt after having LASIK. I never knew how bad my eyes felt, but I had no idea how it would improve my golf game.
WMAL’s Larry O’Connor is enjoying summer and the theater without the hassels of glasses. LASIK and the Raindrop inlay have made him glasses free.
Refractive errors are very common. Want to know what causes your blurry vision and how to correct your vision? What’s your refractive error?
Golfers have special visual needs. For many of my golfing patients, professional or recreational, LASIK actually gives them an advantage. Here’s why.
Larry O’Connor, radio show host at WMAL, just improved his vision! He can now see at distance and READ without the need for any glasses or contact lenses.
Here a patient who had LASIK done to both eyes to correct distance vision. The Raindrop Near Vision Inlay was also implanted in the non-dominant eye at the same time.
Here’s one of my latest videos demonstrating LASIK to both eyes of a nearsighted patient. Surgery was performed as an outpatient and he drove the next day without glasses.
It is the new year, and Dr. Whitten wants to know “What’s your Flex plan for 2016?” Dr. Whitten has written up an article about the benefits of using your Flex Spending Accounts (FSA) on a LASIK procedure in 2016 featured in The Lexington Park Leader. You can read the full article right here on… Read More