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    Tips for Exercising with Glasses

    If you’ve tried exercising with glasses, you know the experience can be unpleasant. Sweaty lenses, frames that fall off your nose while you run, and trying to lift weights when you can’t see are just a few of the many problems glasses wearers experience at the gym. What can you do? These tips will help…

  2. Old man with gray hair and beard wearing reading glasses

    Ditch the “Dad Glasses” and Get LASIK for Father’s Day

    Make your Father’s Day dreams come true this year and treat yourself to better vision. With LASIK, you can ditch those annoying glasses and contacts and discover your best vision. Dr. Will is a leading refractive surgeon, one of the best in the Pacific Northwest. We offer the best-of-the-best technologies in LASIK vision correction including Bladeless LASIK….

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    Common Conditions Lasik Surgery Can Treat + Correct

    As we age, we can begin to notice changes to our vision that can make daily tasks such as working on the computer or reading a book difficult. Luckily, we can treat and correct many of the common vision problems with Lasik surgery. Will Vision & Laser Centers created the below infographic that lists the…

  4. Tips for Relaxing Your Eyes

    With the abundance and popularity of modern technology, eye strain can be a real problem. Research shows that 50-90% of people that work at a computer screen have some symptoms of computer vision syndrome (CVS), or eye problems relating to computer use. What can you do? Relax your eyes often to relieve eye strain and to alleviate…

  5. How to Choose a LASIK Surgeon

    What qualities should you look for in a LASIK surgeon? Price? Convenient location? Popularity? These qualities are big selling points for many people, but they shouldn’t be the primary factors guiding your LASIK decision. Learn how to choose a LASIK surgeon below. What Qualifications Should I Look for in a LASIK Surgeon? Choosing a LASIK surgeon…

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    Is Smoking Bad for Your Eyes?

    Smoking isn’t good for your body, not for your heart, not for your lungs, and surprisingly to some, not for your eyes. Here’s what you need to know to protect your body, and your eyes, from the deadly effects of cigarettes. How Does Smoking Harm the Eyes? Smoking is linked to a leading cause of…

  7. Can I Get LASIK if I Have an Astigmatism?

    Have you been told that LASIK isn’t possible because of an astigmatism or other vision problem? If you’ve been turned down for LASIK by another refractive surgeon, come see us at Will Vision. We use leading edge technology to provide LASIK to many patients who thought corrective visionsurgery was impossible. Astigmatism, extreme nearsightedness or farsightedness, and…

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    How Close Is Too Close to the TV?

    “Don’t sit too close to the TV, you’ll ruin your eyes.” We’ve all been told a time or two that sitting too close to the TV can ruin vision. Does it really? How close is too close to the TV? Find out below. Does Sitting Close to the TV Damage Your Vision? When you watch…

  9. Treat Yourself to LASIK This Mother’s Day

    Mother’s Day is coming and that means it’s time to pamper yourself. This Mother’s Day treat yourself to clearer vision and learn more about LASIK. This procedure can correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism with little downtime and long lasting results. Let your kids treat you to cards and flowers, but don’t forget to indulge yourself too….

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    The Most Common Misconceptions About LASIK

    Imagine life with clearer vision.  Many people choose LASIK surgery to correct vision problems, often eliminating the need for glasses or contacts. LASIK is popular, but often misunderstood. Today, let’s clear up some common misconceptions about LASIK so you can decide if this procedure is really right for you. LASIK Misconception #1: I’m Not a…