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  1. 5 Things to Expect from Your Upcoming Lasik Surgery

    What to expect before, during, and after LASIK surgery at Will Vision and Laser Centers will vary from patient to patient. Rest assured that your decision to have LASIK will be life-changing. You have decided to experience clearer vision and are probably excited about the prospect of no longer depending on eyeglasses or contact lenses….

  2. What Does LASIK Feel Like?

    LASIK surgery is an exciting option for improving your vision and ditching the hassle of glasses and contacts. During the procedure, a high-powered excimer laser reshapes the cornea. LASIK is performed while patients are awake, so it is common to wonder what the procedure will feel like. This guide will help you prepare for your upcoming laser eye…

  3. How the Eyes Change as We Age

    Life is full of changes, and that includes your vision. As you age, your vision will change. Here’s what to expect through the years. Whatever age you are, Will Vision and Laser Centers is here and ready to use LASIK and other vision surgeries to keep your eyesight at its best. Vision Changes in Your…

  4. Why Does Everything Seem Darker in One Eye?

    We should all be sure that we’re regularly visiting our optometrist or ophthalmologist for routine eye exams. This is especially important if you notice any problems or changes in your vision. Vision changes can be disconcerting, especially when you notice a change in one eye and not the other. Darkening vision in one eye warrants…

  5. Can Your Eyes Heal from Sun Damage?

    We all know that the sun can damage the skin. Sun damage is a primary cause of premature aging and can lead to skin cancer, age spots, and other aesthetic concerns. However, skin damage isn’t the only concern when you’re spending considerable time in the sun. The same UV rays that damage the skin can…

  6. Common Contact Lens Complications and How to Avoid Them

    Approximately 45 million adults in the U.S. wear contact lenses. Contact lenses are an effective way to correct many vision problems, including nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and presbyopia. Contact lenses are a popular option for vision correction, and if used correctly, can be very safe. However, they do have risks. Read on to see some of…

  7. Stress Isn’t Just Bad for Your Health, It Can Cause Vision Loss Too

    Bad vision is often blamed on genetics, but Grandma Ruth isn’t the only reason you’re wearing glasses. Many other factors can contribute to vision loss and changes, everything from diet to medical conditions, and even stress. How does stress impact your vision? It’s a complex relationship between your emotions, your body, and your eyes. Here’s…

  8. How Headaches and Vision Are Connected

    Headaches are one of the most common physical ailments. The World Health Organization estimates that one in twenty adults struggle with frequent headaches, experiencing daily or weekly pain. Headaches can stem from a variety of causes, one of which is poor vision. If you think a vision problem causes your headaches, we advise you to…

  9. 5 Criteria for a Good LASIK Candidate

    LASIK has helped countless men and women to achieve better vision. You could be next. Are you a good candidate for LASIK surgery in the Pacific Northwest? Below, discover five important criteria for LASIK surgery.  The Right Age Not too old and not too young, LASIK is best performed on adults in the prime of…

  10. Common LASIK Surgery Myths Explained

    Though LASIK surgery has been around for years and has earned a reputation for being a safe, effective way to address an array of common vision problems, there are still many misconceptions circulating about this procedure. If you’ve been on the fence about getting LASIK surgery because you’re worried it’s too risky, too expensive, or…