Author: Damon Mills

What to Look for in a LASIK Provider

Posted by: Missouri Eye Institute in Blog on February 19, 2024

Are you considering LASIK surgery to correct your vision? It’s important to carefully consider your options when choosing a LASIK provider. That means a little bit of research—and a lot of pointed questions. While cost may be a factor in choosing a LASIK provider, it is far from your only consideration. There are several important… Read More


5 Things People Love About Their Lives After LASIK

Posted by: Missouri Eye Institute in Blog on February 13, 2024

Considering LASIK surgery to improve your vision? Many individuals who have undergone LASIK have reported substantial improvements in their quality of life.  Here are the top 5 things that LASIK patients love about their lives after LASIK: 1. Enhanced vision (obviously)One of the main reasons for choosing LASIK is to augment your eyesight. Following the… Read More


Your Path to Vision Correction: LASIK and Its Alternatives

Posted by: Missouri Eye Institute in Blog on January 22, 2024

LASIK surgery has become a household name, synonymous with quick and effective vision correction. However, it’s important to remember that LASIK isn’t the only choice open to you. If you’ve been told you’re not a candidate for LASIK, you have strong options. In this article, we’ll explore LASIK and delve into three alternatives available at… Read More


LASIK for Christmas: The Gift They Won’t Return

Posted by: Missouri Eye Institute in Blog on December 4, 2023

Christmas is the season of giving, and what better gift to give someone you love than the gift of clear vision? Better eyesight contributes to a better quality of life and helps create memories to last a lifetime. LASIK surgery is a thoughtful gift idea that shows you care about your loved one’s health and… Read More


5 Foods Your Eyes Will Thank You For

Posted by: Missouri Eye Institute in Blog on November 21, 2023

Thanksgiving is a time to celebrate with family and friends, honor what makes us grateful and share a feast of traditional and family dishes. But some of the foods you eat on Thanksgiving aren’t mere comfort foods: They can also benefit your eyesight.  As you dish your favorite holiday comfort foods, know that there are… Read More


5 Reasons to Put Your Flex Spending Toward LASIK

Posted by: Missouri Eye Institute in Blog on November 14, 2023

LASIK has a high safety and satisfaction rating among patients, and most people achieve 20/20 vision or better after the surgery. If LASIK is on your wish list but you’re not sure you can afford it, this article may be encouraging for you. LASIK is an elective procedure that is not covered by most insurance… Read More


7 Frightening Facts About Contact Lens Misuse

Posted by: Missouri Eye Institute in Blog on October 3, 2023

October is “Contact Lens Safety Month,” so don’t let your contact lenses become one of the scary parts of the Halloween reverie. Here are 7 frightful facts about contact lenses and how you can lower all the spookiest risks. 1. Contact lenses can cause eye ulcers when not cleaned and handled properly. This is a… Read More


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