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PanOptix after LASIK and PRK

More and more patients are coming to our office who have a visually significant cataract and have had LASIK or PRK in the past. Newer intraocular implants (IOLs) used for cataract surgery attempt to allow patients to focus clearly in the distance, intermediate, and near without using glasses after cataract surgery. While none are 100% …

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What to Ask Before You Have LASIK or PRK in 2017: LASIK Risks and Complications

What to Ask Before You Have LASIK or PRK in 2017: LASIK Risks and Complications by Sandra Lora Cremers, MD, FACS LASIK, PRK, LASEK are methods to shape the Cornea (the window of the eye) with a Femtosecond Laser to decrease your need for contact lenses and glasses and, in many cases, become glasses free …

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