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  1. 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…

  3. 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…

  5. Raindrop Inlay

    Will Vision Performs the First Raindrop Inlay Procedure in the Pacific Northwest to reverse the need to Reading Glasses Vancouver, WA, December 15, 2016 – Brian R. Will, MD performed the first Raindrop inlay procedures in the Pacific Northwest on December 15, 2016. The Raindrop inlay is the world’s first inlay capable of changing the…

  6. iDesign

    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….

  7. Will Vision Performs the First Raindrop Inlay Procedure in the Pacific Northwest to reverse the need to Reading Glasses

    Vancouver, WA (December 15, 2016) – Brian R. Will, MD performed the first Raindrop inlay procedures in the Pacific Northwest on December 15, 2016. The Raindrop inlay is the world’s first inlay capable of changing the shape of the cornea (the clear, front part of the eye) to improve near vision. It is designed to help…

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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…

  9. KAMRA Corneal Inlay

    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…

  10. 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,…