Both LASIK and LASEK rely on laser technology, and either can make it possible to see clearly without corrective lenses. But what’s the difference, and which is best for you? Read what a top laser surgeon says about these life-changing procedures.
Cataracts are a common vision problem for older people, but they can affect younger people, too. Knowing the symptoms of cataracts, along with their risk factors, can help you get early treatment. Here’s what to look for.
Your corneas play a vital role in your vision, yet most of us don’t know what the corneas do or what problems they can have. This quick overview can help you get the medical care you need to keep your corneas — and your eyes — healthy.
Diabetes can dramatically increase your risk of vision problems, including permanent vision loss. If you have diabetes, read this post to learn what important steps you should take to protect your vision.
LASIK might be the best-known type of laser refractive surgery, but it’s not the only type. In fact, PRK has been around longer than LASIK — and for some patients, it’s hands down the better choice. Here’s how PRK works to correct vision.
Also called amblyopia, lazy eye is a relatively common vision problem that develops during early childhood. If your child has a lazy eye, here’s what you should know about its causes and its treatment.
Cataract surgery is one of the most commonly performed surgeries, helping older women and men enjoy clearer vision. Dr. Garrana offers both traditional and laser-assisted surgeries. Here’s how to decide which is right for you.
Diabetes can take a major toll on your eye health and your vision. The key to preventing those complications is to understand the link between diabetes and eye health, so you can get treatment as early as possible. Here’s what you should know.
Considering LASIK for your nearsightedness? ReLEx SMILE laser eye surgery offers excellent results and a faster healing time for many people with mild to moderate myopia. Here’s how ReLEx SMILE works and how to tell if you’re a good candidate.
Refractive eye surgery has a long track record of reliable results, and the recovery process is pretty straightforward, too. If refractive eye surgery is in your future, here’s what you can do to speed along your recovery.
LASIK has revolutionized eye care for millions of people with refractive vision problems — but it’s not for everyone. If you’ve been told you’re not a candidate for LASIK, LASEK might be a better option. Here’s how the two treatments differ.
Your corneas play a big role in maintaining clear vision. If your corneas are weak, they can “warp,” causing vision to blur. Cross-linking is a state-of-the-art treatment to strengthen corneas and prevent further vision problems. Here’s how it works.
Your vision plays a huge role in your quality of life. If you have diabetes, you have to take extra steps to avoid serious vision problems, including blindness. Here are six things you can do to help your eyes stay healthy.
Dry eyes aren’t just annoying. They can increase your risk of eye infections and other problems, too. Our team offers state-of-the-art dry eye treatments tailored to every patient’s unique needs. Here’s how we can help you.
We’ve all heard of COVID-19, but did you know the coronavirus can also affect the eyes? Keep reading to learn more about this finding and what guidelines you should follow to keep your eyes safe and healthy.
You may not have heard of strabismus, but you may have heard of a crossed eye. Keep reading to learn about the available treatments for this condition and why it’s important to see an eye doctor sooner rather than later.
You’ve probably heard of LASIK eye surgery, but have you heard of LASEK? It’s a new advancement in corrective laser eye surgery that can treat astigmatism, nearsightedness, or farsightedness. Keep reading to learn more about LASEK and whether it’s a good o
If you have diabetes, you have a higher risk of developing a serious eye condition called diabetic retinopathy. Keep reading to learn more about diabetic retinopathy and how you can keep your eyes healthy for years to come.
Eye problems can impact you at any time, and without you knowing. That’s why annual eye exams are so important. Do you want to maintain your eyesight for years to come? Rean on to learn exactly how regular eye exams can keep you healthy.
If you have vision problems, such as nearsightedness (myopia), you may benefit from implantable contact lenses (ICLs). These permanent lenses can give you great vision if you’re unable to have LASIK surgery.
If you’re among the millions of Americans with dry eye syndrome, you know just how irritating the problem can be, especially in the winter. Use these self-care strategies to keep your eyes well-lubricated as environmental moisture levels plummet.
If you’re tired of wearing glasses or taking your contact lenses out every night, consider vision correction surgery. A Lasik or PRK procedure can fully restore your vision in one short procedure. But which is a better fit for you?
Do you experience visual issues such as glare at night, halos around lights, light appearing as streaks, or blurred vision? Do your eyes feel constantly itchy? If so, you could have a condition known as keratoconus.
Struggles to get to the clinic? Trying to reduce your exposure to COVID-19, as well as other contagious illnesses, and still need to see your doctor? Telehealth is safe and easy — receive quality care from anywhere.