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Category: Surgery

5 Stunning Outdoor Hikes in Lincoln to Try After Cataract Surgery

Do you have cataracts? Do your cataract symptoms make it hard to complete your daily tasks like doing laundry, washing dishes, or making yourself dinner? If so, it may be time to consider cataract surgery. Cataract surgery is the only way to treat cataracts.  Cataracts are common and often develop as early as your forties… Read More

There’s Nothing to Be Afraid of Before Cataract Surgery in Omaha, and Here’s Why

Do you have cataracts? Are they making it difficult to see and live your life? Cataract surgery is the only effective treatment for cataracts. Because cataracts are so prevalent, affecting nearly half of all adults by age 75, cataract surgery is the country’s most commonly performed medical procedure. Millions of people undergo cataract surgery every… Read More

Do You Know These Cataract Basics?

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When it comes to cataracts, many people think they know the basics. I won’t get cataracts until I’m much older. I’ll know when I have a cataract! But most of these people don’t even know the basics of cataracts. Keep reading to find out some of the cataract basics you should be aware of! What… Read More

Did You Know LASIK Is Tailored For You?

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Walk into any major shoe store and you’ll be trying on the same shoes other people have tried on. A few styles may not fit your arches. Others might squeeze your toes a bit. And still others might give you too much room in the ankle. Although these shoes aren’t unique to other pairs tried… Read More

5 Cataract Symptoms To Watch Out For

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If you are at risk for cataracts, it is important to know what to look for. This helps with being prepared when it is time to get them removed. Luckily, you don’t have to do it alone. Schedule regular check ups at Omaha Eye & Laser Institute to maintain good eye health. Keep reading to… Read More

6 Facts About Custom iLASIK

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If you’re tired of dealing with broken glasses and ripped contacts, it might be time to consider LASIK surgery. LASIK, which stands for Laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis, is a common elective procedure that can correct vision problems such as myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), and astigmatism (distorted or blurred vision). Custom iLASIK offers additional benefits to… Read More

4 Tips to Lower Your Risk of Cataracts

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The good news is, there are steps you can take to reduce your risk of going blind from cataracts. First, let’s review the symptoms of cataracts and how to know if you should have cataract surgery. What are the symptoms of cataracts? Cataract symptoms include cloudy vision, halos from light, sensitivity to light, difficulty seeing… Read More

5 Reasons to Look Forward To Summer After LASIK

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  Glasses and contacts may be a necessity now, but they don’t have to be after LASIK eye surgery at the Omaha Eye & Laser Institute. Imagine the freedom of enjoying your summers free of both glasses and contacts! Check out this list of ways your summers will improve when glasses and contacts are no… Read More

The Do’s and Don’ts after iLASIK Surgery

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 The Do’s and Don’ts after iLASIK surgery Did you recently have LASIK eye surgery and can’t remember all the do’s and don’ts after surgery? Don’t fret! Below is a list of commonly asked questions after the procedure.  Do’s After the iLASIK Procedure Immediately after surgery, you should notice an improvement in your vision, but it… Read More

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