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Crystal Clear After LASIK? Not So Fast!

By henley.tabal
March 15, 2020

Millions of people have undergone LASIK vision-correction surgery since this procedure gained FDA approval back in 1996. Very rarely do we hear anything bad about this treatment. Patients who have had it done typically express immediate satisfaction with the improvement they have achieved. So much so that there is a tiny misconception that keeps going ... read more


What is That Floating Through Your Eye?

By PasadenaEye
February 14, 2020

If you’ve begun to notice small dots passing through your field of vision, you may wonder what is happening to your eyes. We call these visual aberrations floaters. They are a common phenomenon that adults over the age of 40 notice, meaning that there is a little something age-related about them. While floaters are a ... read more


What Do You Know About Laser Eye Surgery?

By PasadenaEye
January 15, 2020

Laser eye procedures like LASIK have been around for more than twenty years. However common it has become to correct vision using sophisticated laser devices, we still meet misperceptions among our patients. Here, we clear up facts that you need to know about laser eye surgery so you can make the most educated, confident decision ... read more


Worried about Dry Eyes This Winter? Check Out These Tips!

By PasadenaEye
December 15, 2019

The winter season may not transform the Texas landscape as much as it does other parts of the country, but it does have effects. Some of the wintertime changes in our neck of the woods are felt more than they're seen. This can create a challenge in knowing how to cope. From runny noses to ... read more


Eye Health an Important Topic for Women

By PasadenaEye
November 15, 2019

Women of all ages have certain health and wellness topics that may feel important to them. At some point, it may be concerns about acne caused by adolescent hormones. At another point, it may be reproductive health. As a woman ages, she may once again find skin health and hormonal changes at the forefront of ... read more


A Look at Astigmatism

By PasadenaEye
October 15, 2019

Eye conditions like astigmatism are so common that it is easy to overlook their signs. Here, we point out some of the details about this problem so you can get the help you need when it will be the most effective. Astigmatism is related to the cornea, a structure that light passes through after entering ... read more


Is Your Child New to Glasses? Here’s How You Can Help Them Adjust!

By PasadenaEye
September 15, 2019

Very few people actually like change. For most of us, even children, change can be daunting. Wearing glasses is a change that, for the average child, might be downright unpleasant. If your child has been prescribed eyeglasses, you know that it is in their best interest to develop a consistent habit of wearing them. When ... read more


Eye Issues that May Affect Children

By PasadenaEye
August 15, 2019

A child’s general health and wellness are largely in the hands of their primary caregivers. While feeding and bathing and teaching young children, parents must also manage their physical needs. Eyesight is one of several aspects that need to be monitored. Because it isn’t always easy to detect when a child has an eye problem ... read more


How to Have Fun in the Sun Without Harming Your Eyes

By PasadenaEye
July 15, 2019

The eyes provide us with one of our most important senses. This is a little something we can take for granted, never really thinking that our eyesight may be affected by our daily habits. When it comes to having fun in the sun in the safest possible way, what we’ve come to know is that ... read more


Think You Could Spot a Lazy Eye on Your Child?

By PasadenaEye
June 15, 2019

Lazy eye, known to doctors as amblyopia, is a condition that affects nearly 3 percent of the population. This may not sound like much, but it translates to over 200,000 new cases each year. Amblyopia typically occurs in childhood, a time of intense development that forms the foundation of a person’s life. When a child ... read more


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