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Signs that You Need to See an Eye Doctor ASAP

Vision-related changes are part of the natural aging process. Although it may be reasonable not to panic too much about not seeing as clearly as when you were in your prime, seeing an eye doctor for an assessment of your vision is also important.   In most cases of age-related vision problems, early detection is crucial […]

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Are Contact Lenses Causing My Dry Eyes?

Dry eye syndrome sufferers would often visit us here at our practice and ask if their constant use of contact lens has to do with it. Frequent use of contacts typically lead to dry eyes because it tends to absorb moisture from the tear films. This is why it’s extremely important to keep your contacts […]

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Another Happy Patient

Dr Roholt recently helped a 20 year old female  go from +5.25 -1.75 x 160 OD and +5.75 -2.50 x 010 OS to GLASSES FREE.  While a patient with a high hyperopic refraction isn’t typically a good LASIK candidate, they can be a candidate for a refractive lensectomy (RLE).  In this case, Dr. Roholt implanted […]

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Blurry Vision after LASIK

My eyes seem to strain, one eye blurry after LASIK: Treat the eye with “clear” vision!! Yesterday I examined two patients with this same complaint.  One was from another practice who came for second opinion, the other was in for a LASIK enhancement.  Both patients measured 20/20 vision in both eyes.  The right, blurry eye […]

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