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LASIK Eye Surgery: How It Works

LASIK Eye Surgery: How It Works

LASIK eye surgery or (laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis) uses an excimer laser to correct the common refractive errors of nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism by changing the shape of the cornea. The goal of LASIK surgery is to safely ...

7 Tips To Strengthen Your Cornea And Eyes.

7 Tips To Strengthen Your Cornea And Eyes

If you wear glasses or contact lenses, or even if you have had LASIK, there are always ways to strengthen your cornea and eyes. Consider them best practices to keep your vision sharp and your eyes healthy. Some of these tips may be familiar to you an...

10 Signs You’re A Good LASIK Candidate

10 Signs You’re A Good LASIK Candidate

Our goal at South Texas Eye Institute is safe, complication free, successful LASIK surgery for every patient. In order to attain this goal, each patient must be a good LASIK candidate. Not everyone is. Let’s review 10 signs you’re a good LASIK ca...

You Have Questions, We Have Answers: Our Staff Answers Some Of Your Most Common FAQs
How To Know If PRK Or LASIK Is Right For You

How To Know If PRK Or LASIK Is Right For You

Both PRK and LASIK are types of refractive surgeries used to correct vision and reduce or eliminate the need for glasses and contacts. The only way to know for sure if PRK or LASIK is right for you is to be examined by an experienced surgeon. Patient...