Monthly Archives January 2017

A Look At Post Lasik Eye Surgery, And How It Works In Everyday Life

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There is plenty of accurate information on Lasik eye surgery, but there doesn’t seem to be too much available on what happens after surgery. Like any surgery, you will be required to take it easy and rest for at least 48 hours. In rare cases, when patients are unable to take time off work, we recommend resting for 24 hours after Lasik surgery. In the instance, you have the luxury of staying off from work, you should. This is a good time to rest prior to surgery to quiet your nerves and if you are worried, read up on some material provided by the eye clinic.

Many patients have questions that they would like to have answered related to Lasik eye surgery...

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How Lasik Helps Correct Poor Vision And Make Living Life, Easier!

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If you are an eyeglass wearer, you know the total hassle that comes with being unable to see. Think of the early morning alarm going off, you fumbling out of bed looking for your glasses, and at best you find it, at worst it is missing once again. This is your morning routine. Would you prefer an alternative? How about you wake up when the alarm goes off, look at the clock, and lo and behold you can see. You don’t jump out of bed, instead get up and go about your day. We think the alternative sounds so much better.

And so do millions of people all over the world, which is why New Vision Eye Center offers Lasik eye surgery with a wealth of benefits for the eyeglass and contact lens wearer...

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Want To Do Away With Your Glasses? You Can

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Glasses are in no way comfortable, convenient or even attractive. If you’ve even worn it for a short period of time, you will start to loath it. It is innately restrictive and a hassle. After all, you should attempt to make your life easier, not harder. The reality of wearing glasses is more stressful than most can imagine.

First, not all eyeglass wearers look attractive. After all, we are all not Justin Timberlake who looks as good in his glasses as without them. Secondly, the inconvenience of having to wear them even if you don’t want to, like to a fabulous party, only because you cannot see and don’t want to bump into people because you couldn’t see them until you were almost nose to nose with them. And thirdly the expense of getting prescription glasses...

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