Corneal Refractive Therapy vs. LASIK
Corneal Refractive Therapy (CRT) is a non-surgical alternative to LASIK surgery. How do they compare? Let’s consider the advantages and disadvantages of each.
Reviewing the History of LASIK
We review the history of LASIK so patients understand how the procedure has become more effective and safer over the years.
LASIK vs. PRK
Patients at Primary Eye Care Associates can learn the key differences regarding LASIK vs. PRK.
Will I Need Reading Glasses after LASIK?
Patients will require reading glasses around the age of 40, even if they have undergone LASIK, due to a condition called presbyopia.
Dry Eye After LASIK: Why It Happens and How to Manage It
LASIK after 40 - What Are the Pros and Cons?
Many patients in their 40s wonder if the LASIK procedure can improve their near vision and eliminate their need for reading glasses.
When Is it Safe to Drive after LASIK?
Patients can learn how quickly they can resume driving after LASIK from the team at Primary Eye Care Associates.
LASIK and Cigarette Smoke are a Bad Combination
Laser eye surgeon Steven Chander discusses the negative effects of cigarette smoke on LASIK patients.
How Does Corneal Thickness Affect LASIK Candidacy?
Dr. Steven Chander takes into account a patient’s corneal thickness when determining if they are suitable candidates for LASIK surgery.
Will Eye Allergies Affect My Candidacy for LASIK?
Eye allergies are common, which is why many people who want LASIK wonder if they affect candidacy. Let's explore the issue.