Photorefractive Keratectomy: The difference between PRK and LASIK

Photorefractive Keratectomy (PRK) is a type of laser vision correction surgery that predates LASIK and SMILE. The overall goal of PRK is the same as LASIK: to correct refractive errors and reduce dependency on glasses and contact lenses. PRK and LASIK both use a laser to reshape the cornea. Correct curvature allows the light entering […]

Vision Correction: What you need to know about LASIK pre-op to post-op

In today’s world, we are surrounded by screens. Smartphones, televisions, video games, and occupations requiring extended hours in front of computer monitors put our eyes under constant strain. Naturally, this has led to a rise in people reporting vision impairments. According to the Vision Health Initiative, approximately 14 million Americans age 12 and older have self-reported […]

We’re excited to introduce the SMILE Procedure!

Vision correction surgery, like LASIK, has allowed millions of people the opportunity to break free from glasses and contact lenses. The SMILE procedure is the newest advancement in the field and our latest offering in vision correction surgery. It offers the same freedom as LASIK in a less invasive form. What is SMILE? SMILE (Small […]