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Are There Different Kinds of Glaucoma?

Do you or someone you love have glaucoma? It’s understandable if you’re nervous, but glaucoma doesn’t have to mean the end of your vision.  Glaucoma is the name given to a collection of eye conditions that cause damage to the optic nerve. The optic nerve is a bundle of millions of nerve fibers that carry… Read More


Why You’ll Enjoy Working Out More Once You Choose LASIK in Omaha

Love working out? You may already know it’s a hassle to do it while wearing visual aids. If you depend on glasses or contacts to see, you may have already started considering the merits of getting LASIK. After all, there are plenty of reasons to get the life-changing vision correction procedure! To begin with, LASIK… Read More


How to Find the Best Cataract Surgeon in Omaha

Do you have cataracts? Does it feel like they are slowly taking over your life and affecting your ability to do what you love? If so, it may be time to have cataract surgery. Cataract surgery is the only treatment for cataracts. The procedure completely removes your cataract and natural lens. Removing your natural lens… Read More


What are My Options When it Comes to Dry Eye Treatment?

Everyone’s eyes feel a little dried out sometimes. Dry climates and cool air can irritate your sinuses and your eyes, as can excess sunlight. But sometimes, your environment isn’t always to blame. Your dry eyes can also be due to a chronic condition called dry eye syndrome, which is common in women and older adults…. Read More


Get the Most Out of LASIK With 6 Quintessential Omaha Activities

Ever thought about getting LASIK? Most people who seek the vision correction procedure are great candidates for LASIK. LASIK can fully correct your vision and give you freedom from pesky glasses and contact lenses if you’re nearsighted, farsighted, or have astigmatism. If you’re sick of traditional visual aids, LASIK may be the answer you’re looking… Read More


Here’s What You Need to Know About the Light Adjustable Lens

Do you have cataracts? Have you decided it’s time to get them removed and regain your ability to see clearly? When you choose to have cataract surgery, you’re deciding to take back your vision. Cataracts can gradually cause severe vision loss and even lead to blindness. Cataract surgeons recommend the procedure when your cataracts begin… Read More


Are Cataracts Standing in the Way of Living Your Best Life?

Have you found out that you have cataracts? It may seem scary, but they don’t have to be something you’re nervous about. Cataracts are one of the most common age-related eye conditions you can develop. You may think of cataracts as something that only affects the elderly, but you can start developing cataracts as early… Read More


Can LASIK Treat Astigmatism?

Are you searching for a way to achieve visual freedom from visual aids? LASIK is a popular alternative to glasses and contact lenses. LASIK is a vision correction procedure that treats refractive errors. These include nearsightedness, farsightedness, and, yes, even astigmatism. If you have a refractive error or combination of refractive errors, you may be… Read More


6 Tips to Combat Dry Eyes this Winter

Getting through the winter can be challenging, especially around February, when spring is right around the corner. You may long for warmer weather and an end to snowstorms, but it’s necessary to keep your health in mind, especially when it comes to your eyes. You probably know that dry winter air can be bad for… Read More


Don’t Let Dry Eyes Get in the Way of Your Thanksgiving Plans!

Are your eyes dry, itchy, or irritated? Dry eyes are a prevalent condition, especially during the winter and in colder months. When it gets cold out, the air is drier, and it can affect your sinuses and eyes. Having dry eyes can be temporary, but it can also be a chronic condition that gets worse… Read More


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