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A Patient’s Guide to Affordable LASIK

Posted by: Missouri Eye Institute in Uncategorized on November 15, 2021

If you’re considering LASIK but are curious about the price, you may discover that this life-altering vision correction procedure is more affordable than you thought. The trick is to consider the big picture. The typical investment in LASIK laser eye surgery ranges from $2,000 to $3,000 per eye, according to nationwide averages. Because it’s considered… Read More


7 Foods That Feed Good Vision

Posted by: Missouri Eye Institute in Uncategorized on November 8, 2021

“Moderation in all things,” an old proverb advises. While it may be hard to moderate over the holidays, a little of this and a little of that could do wonders for your eye health.  In fact, many traditional holiday dishes are brimming with vitamins and nutrients that are known to keep eyes healthy and sharp…. Read More


3 Ways LASIK Will Improve Allergy Season

Posted by: Missouri Eye Institute in Blog on October 28, 2021

Is it possible that your refractive error or errors are making your life more difficult? Of course, they make it hard for you to see, and wearing glasses or contacts is a hassle. But could your vision problem be negatively impacting your life in more ways than that? Keep reading to learn about three ways LASIK will… Read More


Why LASIK Is More Affordable Than You Think

Posted by: Missouri Eye Institute in Blog on October 4, 2021

For most people, the recurring costs and inconvenience of prescription eyeglasses, reading glasses and contact lenses feels like a necessary evil. After all, LASIK surgery and other laser vision correction procedures cost much more than a pair of glasses or contacts…  But do they really? An estimated 150 million Americans must use prescription lenses of… Read More


What You Don’t Know About Astigmatism

Posted by: Missouri Eye Institute in Blog on September 19, 2021

More than a third of Americans are affected by astigmatism, which occurs when the corneal surface of the eye is misshapen, causing light to focus incorrectly on the retina. Although most cases are so mild that no corrective action is necessary, others cause blurry vision, poor depth perception, distortion, eye strain, and sometimes headaches. There… Read More


10 Signs Your Eyes Aren’t Back-to-School Ready

Posted by: Missouri Eye Institute in Blog on August 9, 2021

Between textbooks, chalkboards, laptops and tablets, the educational setting demands a lot from our eyes. In fact, it’s estimated that our visual system is responsible for taking in about 80 percent of the data we process in the learning environment. So, if that system isn’t in good working order, the consequences can be huge. Younger… Read More


Why You Need To Be Careful Around Fireworks This Summer

Posted by: Missouri Eye Institute in Blog on July 28, 2021

Watching fireworks is a beautiful way to celebrate summer, holidays, and reuniting with loved ones. But if they aren’t correctly handled, fireworks can become dangerous. Keep reading for information on fireworks and eye safety to ensure you can enjoy them for years to come! Eye Injuries Related To Fireworks Fireworks cause around 9,000 injuries per… Read More


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