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Q & A with Dr. Rothman, LASIK of Nevada

Q & A with Dr. Rothman, LASIK of Nevada

Is LASIK safe? “Absolutely. In fact, LASIK is the most successful elective procedure in the history of medicine, precisely because it’s so safe, so effective, and in less than one minute per eye you could be rid of a lifetime of glasses or contact lens wear. What I’m really excited about is our all-laser LASIK approach that can be even safer, even more...

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Careers that Require Excellent Vision

Careers that Require Excellent Vision

Most people don’t have a perfect vision, but it’s no big deal. ¬†We have many options to improve our eyesight including contact lenses, glasses, and laser eye surgery.¬†¬† There are, however, certain¬†occupations that only accept applicants who have perfect vision. ¬†Here are a few of those professions that require good, if not flawless, eyesight. Public Service...

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Top 3 Reasons To Get Monovision

Top 3 Reasons To Get Monovision

Are wearing your¬†contacts and your reading glasses when you read? Maybe you wear bifocal glasses instead? Presbyopia (farsightedness) is tough to deal with as it¬†creep up on you around age 40. ¬†¬†Even if you are¬†already nearsighted. The struggle is frustrating, annoying — and entirely unnecessary.¬†¬†With Lasik eye surgery, we have a solution called Monovision. Imagine a...

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Top 10 Questions to Ask Your Lasik Doctor

Top 10 Questions to Ask Your Lasik Doctor

We’ve put together a list of the Top 10 most important questions you should ask when doing your homework on lasik surgeons in your area. ¬†Not all ophthalmologists are created equal! ¬†The best way to select the surgeon who is right for you is to ask as many questions as you can think of. 1.) How many years of experience do you have?¬† You will need to select an...

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Deceptive Vision

Deceptive Vision

How Your Vision Deceives You The human eyeball works with the brain to help people see images. It does this using many parts and the properties of reflection. Sometimes, the eye has trouble decoding colors or text.  Certain medical conditions can make people see lights that are not present. How Reflection Works with the Eye Objects that do not emit their own light must...

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Nearsighted

Nearsighted

A Deeper Look into Nearsightedness Nearsightedness, also known as myopia, is a common eye condition that causes objects that are in close view to appear clear while objects that are far away to appear blurry. The condition develops over time and can progress gradually or rapidly but often begins during childhood. Nearsightedness is often hereditary and often to run in...

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