Worried that your dry eye can prevent you from having LASIK or another vision correction procedure? Fear not. Most of our patients with dry eye can be excellent candidates for LASIK, here’s why.
Did you see Part 1 of Stacy’s LASIK testimonial? Here is Part 2 – the next morning after having LASIK with Dr. Whitten. See why she is so excited and why she wishes she had had LASIK years ago!
This is part 1 of 3 of Stacy’s Video Testimonial. She had LASIK performed by Dr. Mark Whitten. Here are her pre-operative comments – why she finally decided to have LASIK with Dr. Whittten.
Want laser vision correction, but don’t know the differences between PRK and LASIK? Here are the major differences between the two vision correction procedures and why one may be better for you than the other. Here’s why.
“Refractive” surgery has been around for decades. Here’s a brief history leading up to the most popular refractive surgery of all time…
Laser vision correction turns 30! 30 years ago the first laser was performed on Mrs. Cassady. Here’s how this unusual event lead to FDA approval of the excimer laser and gave birth to LASIK.
Considering vision correction but afraid to you can’t because of diabetes? Many patients with diabetes are unaware they might be excellent candidates for vision correction. Here’s how…
LASIK and the Raindrop corneal inlay for the correction of near vision loss can be combined. Many of our patients choose this “combo” and here is why…and how!
Happy New Year. Here’s our year in review. LASIK and Raindrop are more popular than every. For our cataract patients, Symfony IOL can help you see both at distance…and near.
What’s the difference between nearsighted, myopia and normal vision? Nearsighted or myopic vision is often corrected with LASIK. Here’s how.