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    • 12 JUN 17
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    SMILE Vision Correction: 5 Things to Know

    SMILE Vision Correction: 5 Things to Know

    Our practice has helped thousands of patients see better through laser vision correction procedures such as SBK Advanced LASIK, ASA Advanced PRK, Refractive Lens Exchange, and more. Now we’re thrilled to add SMILE vision correction to the lineup, expanding our ability to customize a treatment plan for each individual patient. Like LASIK, SMILE provides a powerful

    • 25 APR 17
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    How LASIK Can Help You Help Others

    How LASIK Can Help You Help Others

    You’ve made the decision to have your vision corrected with LASIK! You’ve done your homework, gone through a thorough evaluation and confirmed you’re a great candidate and made your appointment for surgery. But, as you make your plans for life after glasses, take a moment to think about how you can pay the benefit of

    • 02 FEB 17
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    5 Things to Look for when Choosing a LASIK Facility

    5 Things to Look for when Choosing a LASIK Facility

    Thinking about LASIK, but don’t know where to start? We’re here to help. Choosing a provider is one of the most important decisions you can make as it can have a dramatic effect on both your experience and your results. Only you can decide which provider is right for you, but to help guide your
    • 06 JAN 17
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    LASIK Affordability: Get the Facts

    LASIK Affordability: Get the Facts

    One of the most common things we hear from our patients after LASIK is, “I wish I had done this sooner.” So what held them back? Too often, it’s finances. Can I afford it? How will I pay for it? Is it worth it? With so many questions, it’s easy to see how misconceptions can

    • 23 NOV 16
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    What You Need to Know About the PROWL Studies

    What You Need to Know About the PROWL Studies

    This post originally appeared in the ARSC Insight Blog.  What You Need To Know About PROWL Two new studies published online in the JAMA Ophthalmology shed new and important light on patient experiences after LASIK surgery. What is PROWL? The goal of the FDA’s PROWL (Patient Reported Outcomes with LASIK) studies was to validate a
    • 11 OCT 16
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    Latest Global LASIK Literature Review Published

    Latest Global LASIK Literature Review Published

    Findings from a scientific literature review of more than 4,400 peer-reviewed clinical studies report patients are experiencing better visual outcomes than ever before and that the procedure has improved over time. The new study, entitled “Modern Laser in Situ Keratomileusis Outcomes,” was published in the July 2016 issue of the Journal of Cataract and Refractive