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    PRK Recovery — What to Expect

    Board-certified ophthalmologist Dr. Brian Will of Will Vision and Laser Centers offers PRK (photorefractive keratectomy), a laser eye surgery that gives patients clear near and distance vision by correcting common vision problems like nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism. As a predecessor to LASIK surgery, PRK has been used for over 25 years as a vision correction…

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    KAMRA Corneal Inlay FAQs

    Do you have a hard time reading text messages, restaurant menus or anything that requires sharp near distance vision? Well, you’re not alone. Many people, particularly those who are in their 40’s and older, have difficulty with “near-work” tasks like reading the newspaper or computer screen without needing help from reading glasses. Impaired near vision…

  3. Can Smoking Affect Your LASIK Results?

    Are you considering the life-changing LASIK procedure in order to see clearly for the first time without the help of glasses or contacts? Are you also a smoker, and wondering if this will affect your LASIK outcome? Dr. Brian Will of Will Vision & Laser Centers explains the effect that smoking has on LASIK recovery,…

  4. LASIK FAQs

    Are you interested in learning more about the LASIK procedure offered at Will Vision & Laser Centers? Our LASIK FAQs page has already outlined some questions and answers about this popular procedure that has provided millions of patients with clear vision. In his latest blog post, Dr. Brian Will continues this discussion by answering more…

  5. Will Vision performs the First iDesign Wavefront Guided Bladeless Lasik in the Pacific Northwest

    Vancouver, WA (February 11, 2016) – Will Vision and Laser Centers are pleased to announce that Dr. Brian Will is the first in the Pacific Northwest to perform bladeless wavefront guided Lasik using the new iDesign system from Abbott Medical Optics. The procedures went flawlessly and patient visual acuities exceeded that seen with older versions…

  6. Is it Okay to Rub Your Eyes after LASIK?

    Are you planning your LASIK procedure and want to know how to ensure that your recovery period is problem-free? If you’re like most people, you likely want to know what to do — and what to avoid — for optimal results, which is why many people wonder how much of an effect rubbing your eyes can have…

  7. Five New Year’s Resolutions for Healthier Eyes

    If a healthier you is one of your resolutions this year, Dr. Brian of Will of Will Vision & Laser Centers would like to help. Your eye health is directly linked to your overall health, so taking steps to maintaining strong vision has numerous benefits. In this blog post, Dr. Will shares five New Year’s resolutions to…

  8. Steps to Prepare for Laser Eye Surgery

    Are you seriously considering laser eye surgery for clear vision without glasses or contacts, but don’t know where to start? Dr. Brian Will, board-certified ophthalmologist at Will Vision & Laser Centers, is here to help with some steps to take before undergoing eye surgery. Step 1: Consult with Your Eye Surgeon Not sure which laser vision procedure…

  9. Senior Vision: Tips for Safe Driving

    With increasing age comes an inevitable decline in vision, a reality that presents challenges specifically for senior citizens, or those upwards of 60 years old. For those in this age bracket, and for their loved ones, there may be increasing concerns as to their safety when driving with eyes that are more prone to vision…

  10. Vision After 40: How to Treat Presbyopia

    Presbyopia is a common vision condition that usually occurs beginning around age 40, when the eye’s natural lens loses its flexibility, making focusing up close more difficult. People with presbyopia experience blurred near vision when reading, using the computer or reading text messages. While presbyopia is inevitable, there are several ways to restore near vision lost…