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Laser Eye Correction

20
Jul

LASEK vs. LASIK: What’s the Difference?

Wondering if there’s a difference between LASEK and LASIK? The answer is yes.  Like many others, you’re probably all too familiar with LASIK, the industry’s most common laser eye surgery. But what is LASEK? And is it the better solution for your vision needs? Michigan Eye Institute is here to help you decipher the two.  Though both procedures share similarities,

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19
Nov

How To Choose A LASIK Surgeon

If you’re wondering where to get LASIK surgery from a professional you can trust, you’ll need to do your research, just like with any worthwhile investment. There are many factors to consider when it comes to how to choose a LASIK surgeon. Finding a trustworthy eye surgeon, such as those at Michigan Eye Institute, will allow you to go into

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17
Jan

Quick Guide: Common Laser Eye Surgery Technologies

At Michigan Eye Institute, we are committed to offering you the best optometric treatment and options. Our team of expert surgeons has conducted numerous successful laser vision correction surgeries backed by the most advanced, state-of-the-art laser eye surgery technologies available. Interested patients need to set up a pre-operative consultation and examination with one of our eye doctors in Genesee County.

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23
Sep

4 Most Common Types of Laser Eye Surgery

Laser Eye Surgery Types Many types of laser eye surgery are now available for correcting vision. Which one is right for you depends on your specific needs. Here is a brief overview of four of the most common types of laser eye surgery services offered by Michigan Eye Institute.   LASIK LASIK (laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis) surgery, also called refractive

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18
Sep

Preparing for Laser Eye Surgery: What You Can Expect Before the Big Day

As you are preparing for laser eye surgery, you want to make sure you have everything in order. This is an exciting time, and it won’t be long before your eyes provide you with a brand new, clearer outlook! Keep these things in mind before your laser eye surgery. Get the information you need In the appointments before your laser

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31
Jan

What to Know Before Scheduling Laser Eye Surgery

As we grow older, our eyes – much like the rest of our bodies – don’t perform as well as they used to, leaving us trying to remember where we placed our glasses or applying irritating contact lenses to our eyes every morning. Thankfully, with recent medical advancements in optometry, many people are saying goodbye to their corrective lenses and

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27
Nov

What Will Our Eyes Be Like in 100 Years?

With the recent major advances in eyecare, it’s hard not to wonder what our vision may look like in another 100 years. Now, surgeries such as laser vision correction and corneal inlay enhances can literally correct near-sighted and far-sighted vision enough to completely eliminate the need for glasses. This means the sky is the limit for further advances. Dr. Josef

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3
Aug

LASIK Myths: Misconceptions About Laser Eye Surgery

Common LASIK Myths Although LASIK eye surgery has been around for years and has been performed on millions of patients, there are still some misconceptions due to misinformation. The following are the top “myths” about LASIK surgery, along with the reasons they are not true.   “LASIK CURES ALL EYE CONDITIONS” LASIK does not cure all of the possible eye

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13
May

Demand Rising for LASIK Eye Surgery

According to Persistence Market Research, the demand for LASIK treatment is expected to increase between the years 2016 – 2024 due to the large aging population in the US. Many individuals are benefiting from this effective procedure for vision correction, causing prescriptive lens use to decline for the first time ever. LASIK, an acronym for “laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis” (don’t

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10
Mar

Revolutionary Near-Vision Corrective Surgery Replaces Reading Glasses

The constant on-off routine with reading glasses can hinder your day-to-day activities. You know what we mean; you receive a text message and on the go, then you take them off to resume your work but replace them to read notes jotted on your notepad, only to take them off again immediately afterward.  This process can get tiring. That’s why

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