LASIK

LASIK Over 50

LASIK Over 50

As a patient, it can be frustrating to hear “maybe” or “you might” when you’re learning about laser vision correction options. Unfortunately, that goes with the territory when dealing eyes because — everyone is different.

See ‘Discount LASIK’ Ads for What They Really Are

See ‘Discount LASIK’ Ads for What They Really Are

When you search online for LASIK surgery in Orlando or any other city, there’s a good chance you’ll see listings for “LASIK as low as $250 per eye” or “up to 50 percent off.” You might feel like you just won the lottery. But before you pop open that bottle of champagne, it’s a good idea to put on your skeptic goggles and read the fine print.

What is Monovision?

What is Monovision?

There is approximately a 20-year window of stable vision typically that spans the age range from the mid-20s until age 40, this is when our eyes begin to change yet again and reading glasses are on the imminent horizon.

Technology Spotlight: Cool-Beam Allegretto Laser

Technology Spotlight: Cool-Beam Allegretto Laser

Eye correction procedures are much more technologically advanced than they were even a decade ago. The most outstanding technology to date is excimer lasers. At Magruder Laser Vision, one of the solutions we utilize for LASIK vision correction technology is the WaveLight® Allegretto Wave® EX500 Excimer Laser System.

Helpful Tips for Those Suffering from Dry Eye

Helpful Tips for Those Suffering from Dry Eye

Dry eyes are a common complaint for older patients, but they can affect anyone at one time or another. While some causes are physiological, others are environmental and can be solved with some of the simple changes listed below by the Orlando LASIK eye surgery team at Magruder Laser Vision.

Eye Care Tips for Sunny Weather

Eye Care Tips for Sunny Weather

While the official season of summer may be over, Florida sunshine is still blazing across Orlando and the surrounding area! With cooling temperatures, locals are enjoying the climate as much as the tourists. Though outdoor activities are healthy and enjoyable, they can cause damage to sensitive eyes.