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10
May
0

Get the Most Out of Summer with LASIK

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Are you ready for summer? With the days getting warmer and longer, it won’t be long before summer is in full swing. For many of us, that means plenty of fun in the sun whether at the beach, a ballgame, or the great outdoors; sometimes at a moments notice. However, the freedom and spontaneity that...

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14
Jan
0

What to Expect After LASIK Surgery

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Extremely safe and incredibly popular, LASIK is a brief surgical procedure that can significantly improve your eyesight. At LaserVue Eye Center, the patient experience is one of our top priorities. Using the latest LASIK technology, we deliver to you the best possible vision without compromise. One of the most common questions patients ask us is...

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6
Dec
0

Take the Stress Out of Your LASIK Procedure

Lasik surgeon explaining lasik procedure to patient.

LASIK is among the safest and most successful surgical procedures performed in the United States. Even though the above statement is true, countless potential LASIK patients let fear and anxiety prevent them from achieving their best vision. If you have had a comprehensive eye examination, a treatment consultation, and have been identified as a candidate...

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5
Feb
0

Why We Love Mountain View

Castro Street, downtown Mountain View, California

For over two decades, Dr. Jay Bansal has been performing laser eye surgery in the San Jose Area out of LaserVue’s Mountain View location. Just as the city of Moutain View prides itself on its commitment to strong neighborhoods and values, so too does LaserVue Eye Center for getting to serve such a caring and...

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4
Dec
0

SMILE and LASIK What’s the Difference?

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How is SMILE different from LASIK The technology surrounding laser vision correction surgery has made great strides in the past years and continues to move forward at an advanced pace. Many people the world over have experienced the life-changing effects of these procedures. Recently, a new milestone has been reached. The medical technology business group,...

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18
Jul
0

Contact Lens Risks

Contact Lens Risks

  When worn and cared for properly, contact lenses are a very safe option for vision correction. However, failing to use and care for your contacts as directed can lead to some frightening risks. Corneal Ulcers Few things sound scarier than an ulcer on your eye. A corneal ulcer is an open sore on the...

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11
Apr
1

SMILE, LASIK or PRK: Which is Best?

3 Generations of Laser Eye Surgery

  If you’re ready to live your life free from glasses and contacts, you’ve probably decided that laser eye surgery is the best option for you. Knowing which procedure is the best for you can be a bit more difficult. Those who have chosen laser eye surgery find themselves weighing the three best options: SMILE,...

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31
Mar
2

How to Use Eye Drops Properly After Laser Eye Surgery

How to Use Eye Drops Properly

Almost every laser eye surgery procedure at your local eye center will include aftercare with a prescription for medicated eye drops or ointments from your ophthalmologist. This is an essential part of the aftercare process and the instructions for use should not be overlooked. First, Your Doctor’s Staff Will Explain and Demonstrate Upon giving you...

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27
Dec
0

SMILE Laser Eye Surgery: Explained

The ReLEx SMILE procedure is the newest and most advanced form of refractive eye surgery.  First came PRK, then the LASIK revolution, now SMILE is set to revolutionize laser vision correction once more. Surface ablation surgery Subepithelial ablation Excimer laser treatment Extended visual recovery time Patient discomfort Flap surgery Stromal ablation Excimer laser treatment or...

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24
Aug
0

LASIK Preferred to Contact Lenses Over Time

A new study found that contact lens users who chose to have LASIK were more satisfied with their vision a year after the surgery, and even more satisfied after two and even three years, according to the study conducted by the Cornea Research Foundation of America. Contact lens users were found to have decreasing levels of...

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8
Aug
0

A Closer Look at LASIK

If would like to reclaim your vision and are curious to see a detailed look at our safe and effective LASIK procedure, click the link below to sit in on a full surgery at the LaserVue Eye Center! In this video you will see safest LASIK procedure performed by the expert hands of Dr. Jay...

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3
Jun
0

Your First Internship and 4 Ways Your Contact Lenses Could Blow It

Stressing Decision

Welcome to the real world, fam. It’s a world where working 9-to-5 really means 8-to-6:30, where coffee > blood in sustaining life and where your eyes and back (maintain good posture!!) are often unhappy. If you’re getting ready to start your first internship, you’ll understand soon enough. Yes, internships are an amazing way to gain...

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6
May
0

I’ve Got Astigmatism, Can I Get LASIK? (Spoiler alert: yes)

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  For those of you impatient types who like to skip to the end of an article before reading the beginning, we’ve taken the liberty of answering your most pressing question up front [SPOILERS AHEAD]: Yes, for those of you with mild to moderate astigmatism, LASIK can probably help. With that out of the way,...

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29
Apr
0

Am I A Good Candidate for LASIK?

"Am I A Good Candidate for Lasik?"

  When you know you want to get LASIK, there are a million questions swimming in your head. What’s the process? Who do I talk to to get the ball rolling? What movies are opening this Friday that I can watch with my new, incredibly cool LASIK vision? (You may be getting ahead of yourself...

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22
Apr
0

I’ve Decided to Get LASIK. Now What?

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  The first step is admitting you have a problem. A vision problem. So you’ve made the decision to get LASIK surgery. Right on! Now what? Step 1: Find a Surgeon The first thing you need to do is to talk with a doctor that can provide LASIK — called an ophthalmologist — to find...

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San Francisco

LaserVue LASIK and Cataract Center San Francisco
711 Van Ness Ave #320,
San Francisco, CA 94102
Location & Map 1-800-527-3745 1-415-346-5500

Santa Rosa

Santa Rosa Business Location
3540 Mendocino Ave. #200,
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Location & Map 1-800-527-3745 1-707-522-6200

Mountain View

Laservue LASIK Center in Mountain View
1174 Castro St., #112,
Mountain View, CA 94040
Location & Map 1-800-527-3745 1-650-966-0900

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