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Thank you for trusting us with your eye care! We are open and serving our community. For a list of how our office is evolving, click here.

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(317) 202-0669
Schedule Your Free Virtual or
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Am I Too Young or Too Old for LASIK?

LASIK eye surgery can be a viable option for you if you are tired of relying on glasses and contacts. But, a common concern we hear a lot is if patients can be too young or too old to benefit from LASIK. While each patient is different, the average age range for...

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Procedures That Decrease Need for Reading Glasses

Are you having trouble reading up close? If you’re struggling to read restaurant menus or see your computer screen clearly, and you’re tired of relying on reading glasses, then there might be a refractive procedure out there for you. LASIK and PRK work to correct your...

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Take Advantage of Insurance and HSA LASIK Benefits

If you’re thinking about LASIK eye surgery, don’t be fooled by ads for discount pricing. The price may look good, but in some cases, it may be too good to be true. It might be better for you to look into all the benefits that you can get from your insurance and HSA or...

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Can I Get LASIK If I Have Astigmatism?

A popular LASIK myth is that a patient can not get LASIK if they have astigmatism, but because of technology advancements, many patients with astigmatism are good candidates for LASIK. What Is Astigmatism? When a patient has astigmatism, their cornea is shaped like a...

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LASIK Safety

LASIK was approved by the FDA in 1996, and over the last two decades, there have been numerous advancements in technology. These advancements include the types of lasers used during the procedure and even how the LASIK flap is created. LASIK is a very safe procedure...

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What to Expect During LASIK/PRK Recovery

When looking into vision correction surgery, some prospective patients worry about going through the recovery. But, believe it or not, LASIK, PRK and other procedures we offer actually have very limited recovery time and minimal discomfort, allowing patients to return...

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Can the LASIK Flap Cause Problems Later On?

When patients start looking into getting LASIK, some are hesitant after hearing about the flap that is created on the eye during the procedure. There are myths out there that claim that the flap can come up or cause problems later on, but in reality, the risk of the...

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Risks of Contact Lenses

According to the CDC, nearly 45 million people wear contacts in the U.S. While contact lenses are chosen as an alternative to wearing glasses all the time, there are actually a lot of risks and side effects associated with contact use, especially when compared to the...

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Can I Get LASIK If I’m in the Military?

A question we hear often is, “Can I have LASIK if I’m in the military?”  We also have patients ask if they can have LASIK if they are pilots or first responders.  Most people think the answer is no, but actually, most military personnel, pilots and first responders...

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What Do Those Long, Fancy LASIK Words Really Mean?

When you start looking into having LASIK, you may come across a lot of “fancy” terms, and you probably won’t know what they mean. LASIK lingo can be confusing to a lot of people, so we put together a guide to help you understand common terms associated with LASIK...

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