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What Causes Cataracts?

The lens of the eye permits light to pass through to the retina, allowing us to see and focus. Consisting of mostly protein and water, the lenses can become clouded as we age due to […]

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Do I Have Cataracts?

As cataracts develop, vision becomes cloudy, hazy, or blurry. Made up of small clumps of protein on the eye’s lens, cataracts typically become worse when not promptly treated. Even if you cannot see a cataract […]

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Which is right for me: LASIK or PRK (ASA)?

LASIK is the most popular form of vision correction surgery, and can significantly reduce refractive errors by reshaping the cornea with a laser. However, PRK (photo refractive keratectomy) was actually the first method of laser […]

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Can LASIK Change My Eye Color?

In our culture, eye color is one of many attributes that contributes to a person’s perceived overall attractiveness. Blue eyes, specifically, tend to be a coveted trait. Those who are born with a different eye […]

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