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  1. Discover Better Vision with Wavefront Technology

    LASIK surgery has come a long way since the first LASIK procedure was performed in the early 1990s. At Will Vision and Laser Centers we focus on offering the best in laser vision correction to our patients. Today, let’s learn about some of the technologies we use to enhance your vision through LASIK surgery, including…

  2. Poster comparing lifetime costs of glasses, contacts, and LASIK

    LASIK Vs. Contacts – Long Term Cost

    You want better vision, but you’re worried about the cost. How can you improve your vision without wasting precious dollars and cents? Honestly, who has money to throw away? If you’re a budget shopper, broke college student, or lover of good vision, we’ve created this guide for you! Glasses, contacts, and LASIK surgery are the…

  3. Give Thanks for Good Vision with LASIK

    What are you thankful for this year? Good health or financial security? Family and friends? A warm bed or a gorgeous sunset? Hopefully, you have many reasons to feel thankful already on your list, but we encourage you to add one more. This Thanksgiving, give thanks for good vision. Come see us at Will Vision…

  4. Need to Use Your FSA Funds? LASIK Is an Authorized Expense

    As the year comes to a close, it’s time to use up any remaining funds in your Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA). Depending on your employer’s rules, once the end of the year hits, you could lose some of the money stored in your account. If you’ve got money left over and you wear glasses or…

  5. Can I Get LASIK if I Have Myopia?

    Have you been told that you have myopia? Many patients hear the term and worry that they have a serious eye problem and are no longer a candidate for LASIK surgery. Myopia may sound scary, but it’s a complicated word with a simple definition. If you have myopia, you are nearsighted. This is the most common…

  6. Seeing is Believing: KAMRA Corneal Inlay Gives Optometrist New Vision

    Vancouver, WA (October 4, 2017) – Presbyopia is an age-related condition that occurs when the eye’s lens doesn’t change shape as easily as it once did, making it more difficult to both read and see. This is a condition that affects approximately 114 million Americans and in the past, has not had suitable treatments –…

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    What Is Dry Eye?

    Tears are essential for good eye health. They lubricate and clean the eye with each and every blink. Unfortunately, some people develop a condition known as dry eye where they lack sufficient tears or have poor quality tears. This can leave the eyes feeling irritated, gritty, or burning. Left untreated, dry eyes can lead to…

  8. LASIK FAQs

    Do you have LASIK questions? Many people do. We’re answering some of our most frequently asked questions below. Don’t see yours on the list? We would love to meet with you in person to answer your questions and provide personalized treatment advice. Call us today and schedule your LASIK consultation at Will Vision & Laser…

  9. Dry Eye Spa WIll Vision & Laser Centers

    Come Visit Our Dry Eye Spa

    How Does the Dry Eye Spa Treat Dry Eyes? Dry eyes are often caused by Meibomian gland dysfunction. This gland adds oil to the tears, helping to lubricate and hydrate the eyes. If the gland is blocked, it can reduce tear quality, leading to dry eyes. At our Dry Eye Spa, we use a special…

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    How Early Should I Get My Child’s Eyes Checked?

    You know yearly eye exams are important as an adult, but what about your child? How early should you get their eyes checked? Healthy vision habits start young. Learn how to protect your child’s vision below. Does My Child Need to Visit an Eye Doctor? Long before your child’s first eye exam, parents can often…