Have you considered the safe, all-laser version of LASIK? Continue reading to understand the recovery process and risks associated with blade-free LASIK.
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People around the world seek LASIK to correct refractive error. IntraLase LASIK allows more patients to have this procedure with proven outcomes and comfort.
If you have had LASIK surgery but now have cataracts, you may wonder if you qualify for cataract surgery. We have the answers you need.
If you plan to have LASIK, learn how to improve your potential for a successful procedure and prompt recovery. These tips will help you prepare!
Many individuals complain that their glasses become foggy, making it hard to see. This is especially true now, when wearing masks is publicly mandated. When patients are tired of their glasses fogging up, they might want to try LASIK. Dr. Raul Peña explains why glasses fog up while wearing a mask and the LASIK procedure.
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After undergoing LASIK surgery, patients must avoid staring at computer, phone, and TV screens while healing. A skilled refractive surgeon explains why.
At Peña Eye Institute, Dr. Raul Peña discusses how long the LASIK procedure takes, along with the steps involved with the procedure.
LASIK surgery improves vision, but patients must wait for vision to recover before driving. Dr. Peña explains how soon patients may drive after LASIK.
Dr. Raul Peña presents some LASIK statistics to provide patients with more information about this popular vision correction treatment.