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    • 23 NOV 16
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    What You Need to Know About the PROWL Studies

    What You Need to Know About the PROWL Studies

    This post originally appeared in the ARSC Insight Blog.  What You Need To Know About PROWL Two new studies published online in the JAMA Ophthalmology shed new and important light on patient experiences after LASIK surgery. What is PROWL? The goal of the FDA’s PROWL (Patient Reported Outcomes with LASIK) studies was to validate aRead more →
    • 23 OCT 17
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    What is the LASIK Success Rate?

    What is the LASIK Success Rate?

    Patients who come into our office to talk about their vision correction options often have questions about the LASIK success rate. This isn’t surprising, given the laser vision correction procedure’s popularity and performance in improving vision and reducing – even eliminating – patients’ reliance on glasses or contacts. A recent article from the American Refractive Surgery Council offers

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    • 28 AUG 17
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    The Facts about LASIK Complications: Should You Worry?

    The Facts about LASIK Complications: Should You Worry?

    When researching laser vision correction procedures such as LASIK, it is important to understand both the benefits and the risks of the procedure. With so much information available online, it can be confusing and even scary researching LASIK complications. The good news for those looking into LASIK is the body of clinical research available to reaffirm safety, effectivenessRead more →
    • 01 JUN 16
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    Study Shows LASIK Results in Higher Visual Satisfaction Compared to Contact Lens Use

    Study Shows LASIK Results in Higher Visual Satisfaction Compared to Contact Lens Use

    Results from a three-year longitudinal survey comparing data on visual satisfaction from LASIK patients and contact lens wearers were recently published by Ophthalmology medical journal. As research continues to support the safety and efficacy of laser vision correction, this study was the first to assess how a patient's method of vision correction affected their visual satisfactionRead more →