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LASIK Eye Surgery: The One Thing You Should Never Buy on Groupon or Other Discount Sites

LASIK Eye Surgery

Group buying sites like Groupon and Living Social offer thousands of amazing deals on all kinds of consumer goods and services. You can find deep discounts on everything from meals to vacations to diamond jewelry. However, the team at Laser Eye Center agrees that one thing you should never buy on the basis of a… Continue reading

The Benefits of Shifting from Microkeratome-Based LASIK to All-Laser LASIK

When LASIK was first approved by the FDA in 1995, surgeons used a handheld blade called a microkeratome to perform the first step of the laser eye surgery: creating the corneal flap. After manually making the flap with the microkeratome device, the surgeon then used an excimer laser to reshape the cornea. Although the second… Continue reading

Contoura™: Redefining Quality of Vision

Contoura, the next generation in Laser Vision Correction

At Laser Eye Center™, our team shares a steadfast commitment to offering our patients best-in-class treatment for the correction of refractive errors. We thoroughly vet all of the available technology and only invest in systems that have been shown to deliver exceptional outcomes, while minimizing the risk of side effects. Our laser eye surgeons have… Continue reading

Start Fall Season Right with LASIK

Start Fall Season Right with LASIK

All Laser LASIK surgery is a fast, effective and safe corrective option for the millions of people who suffer from common vision problems. Patients with myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness) and astigmatism (blurry vision) can have their problems corrected with a All Laser LASIK procedure in Los Angeles or Orange County. All Laser LASIK can even… Continue reading

Study: 40 Minutes a Day Outside May Reduce Risk of Nearsightedness in Kids

Nearsightedness in Kids

Now that the weather is getting warmer and the days are getting longer, children and adults alike are spending more time outdoors. This increased time under the sun can have positive effects on children’s eyes, according to one recent study. The study, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, found that rates of… Continue reading