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What is a Corneal Transplant?

Posted by: Missouri Eye Institute in Blog on October 8, 2020

A corneal transplant is a procedure that replaces corneal tissue with tissue from a donor. This restores vision, treats eye pain, and improves a damaged or diseased cornea. Most cornea transplants are successful. But there is a small risk that your body will reject the transplanted tissue. Keep reading to learn more about corneal transplants!… Read More


What To Know Before You Have LASIK

Posted by: Missouri Eye Institute in Blog on September 2, 2020

School is back in session. This means that reading is on the menu, and in large amounts. If you can never find your glasses or contacts, or if you forget to take your contacts out, you may want to think about LASIK. LASIK is a common procedure that has an excellent track record of correcting… Read More


Tips For Your Best Cataract Surgery Recovery

Posted by: Missouri Eye Institute in Blog on August 5, 2020

Cataract surgery can seem intimidating. Among many patient’s biggest fears is the recovery period. The vast majority of patients have a short and easy recovery. Not sure what you should do to ensure you have the best one possible? Keep reading for a few tips for your best cataract surgery recovery! Getting Home A lot… Read More


Am I A Good LASIK Candidate?

Posted by: Missouri Eye Institute in Blog on July 9, 2020

Are you tired of wearing contact lenses? Do you ever wonder what life would be like without needing glasses or contacts? They improve your vision, but they can be inconvenient, frustrating, and uncomfortable. If you find yourself daydreaming about life without contacts, talk to your doctor about LASIK. One of the most important things to… Read More


June Is Fireworks Eye Safety Month

Posted by: Missouri Eye Institute in Blog on June 29, 2020

Do you love looking at fireworks on a warm summer night? Are you considering your eyes when you think about lighting fireworks? June is Fireworks Eye Safety Month. Yes, there’s an entire month all about protecting your eyes from fireworks. It is important to understand the importance of how to safely use fireworks and to… Read More


5 Signs You May Have A Cataract

Posted by: Missouri Eye Institute in Blog on May 29, 2020

Are you experiencing blurry or cloudy vision? Do you see halos around lights when you drive at night? These are two common signs that you may have started developing cataracts. Cataracts are more likely to occur as we grow older. Keep reading to find out five signs you may have a cataract! What is a… Read More


How Do I Lower My Intraocular Pressure

Posted by: Missouri Eye Institute in Blog on April 14, 2020

Did your ophthalmologist notice a change in the pressure of your eyes? Were you recently diagnosed with glaucoma? Glaucoma is a common eye condition that has few discernible symptoms. Glaucoma is one of the main reasons adults go blind. Early detection is key when it comes to managing and preventing blindness. Keep reading to learn… Read More


When Not To Get LASIK

Posted by: Missouri Eye Institute in Blog on March 10, 2020

Are you thinking about getting LASIK? Are you trying to find the “right” time to schedule it if you qualify for the procedure? Figuring out when to get LASIK is important. There are good and bad times to get it. Keep reading to find out when you shouldn’t get LASIK to make planning for the… Read More


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