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Healthy Aging Eye Month: What to Know About Vision as We Age

Your eyes are amazing! They can detect colors, shapes, light, movements and even emotions. They help you learn, work, play and enjoy life. But they also need some TLC to remain healthy and prevent problems like glaucoma, macular degeneration and dry eye syndrome.  That’s why September’s Healthy Aging Eye Month is so important. It reminds… Read More

5 Things Teachers Can Do to Help Students Excel

As a teacher or a parent, you want your students to achieve their academic goals and become lifelong learners. But how can you help them succeed in the classroom and beyond?  In honor of National School Success Month, here are some reminders of strategies you can use to support your students’ learning and motivation. Feedback… Read More

6 Ways Sunshine Can Damage Eyes (and What to Do About It)

“Sunshine on my shoulder makes me happy …” John Denver was on to something when he penned those soothing lyrics. A daily dose of natural light lifts mood, boosts alertness and helps our bodies produce the vitamin D we need to stave off the aging process. It’s essential to a better quality of life. But… Read More

Celebrate Freedom … from Glasses and Contacts

As you celebrate America’s birthday, why not get yourself a present? The gift of freedom from contacts and glasses. The confidence and peace of mind that come with good vision are liberating. If you’re chained to bulky prescription eyeglasses and the taxing responsibility of contact lenses, exercise the unalienable right to better sight. Here are… Read More

4 Signs Someone You Love Is Struggling with Poor Vision

Vision changes can be sneaky. It’s true: Humans have a remarkable ability to adjust to subtle changes in the senses – often without realizing they’re doing it. This is certainly the case with visual changes, which people often either don’t notice, or simply accept as a natural part of life.  Sometimes it takes objective observations… Read More

M Is for the Many Ways Mom Will Love LASIK

What do you give the woman who has given you everything – love, compassion, education and life itself? How about the gift of better eyesight? This Mother’s Day, help your mom to have a better quality of life through improved vision. Over the years, Lake Lazer Eye Center has helped thousands of mothers achieve freedom… Read More

4 Smart Plays to Protect Your Eyes in Sports Eye Safety Month

April is Sports Eye Safety Month, and not a moment too soon: Spring is when players of all stripes are headed out into the fields or onto the courts to face off in spirited gamesmanship. The easiest way to up your game? Making sure an injury doesn’t take you out of it. Here are our… Read More

5 Ways to Free Up Future Money Flow by Having LASIK Now

If you are in your 20s or even 30s, how much will you spend on expensive glasses and contact lenses in your lifetime? Answer: much more than what you would spend to have LASIK. It’s hard to project how much eyewear prices will increase in the future, but we know for certain the costs will… Read More

Heart Disease and Vision: How Your Heart Affects Eyesight

“Heart disease” is almost a misnomer. At the very least, the moniker tells an incomplete story about the extent to which heart health affects all other organs and functions of the body. That includes the eyes. Think about it: Just as the arteries to and from your heart can be damaged by high pressure, cholesterol… Read More

Why So Many People “Spring Forward” Into LASIK

Ah, the temperate spring! Birds are chirping, grass and flowers are emerging, and we can comfortably take to the great outdoors in short sleeves. If you’re considering trading the glasses and contacts for SoftTouch LASIK or the SMILE procedure in 2023, now might be the perfect time to make the switch. There is ongoing debate… Read More