Category Archives: Vision Care

  1. The Effects of Blue Light on Your Eyes

    When you look outside and see a rainbow, you’re seeing a glorious display of the spectrum of light. Sunlight looks white, but is really a combination of red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet light. Each color of light has different features and effects on the eye.  Sunlight has a lot of blue light,…

  2. Can Sleeping in Contacts Damage My Eyes?

    Some contacts are designed such that you can sleep in them at night, but most are not.  Sleeping in contacts that have not been created for this purpose can damage your eyes in several ways.  Especially when you are tired, it can be tempting to skip contact removal and just go to bed with your…

  3. Is a Sun Kissed Tan Worth Ruining Your Eye Health?

    It’s almost suntan season, but before you start working on your golden glow, we want to give you a little warning. As one of the top LASIK providers in the Pacific Northwest, Will Vision and Laser Centers is committed to improving vision and eye health. This summer, we want all of our patients to know…

  4. Why Choose Dr. Will?

    Dr. Brian R. Will, Surgical Director of Will Vision and Laser Centers, has been treating Pacific North Westerners for years. His commitment to providing the best service, high-tech vision care solutions, and a supportive, caring team are just a few reasons why his patients love him. Read our infographic below to learn more about why…

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    19th Century Science Powering Today’s Vision Technology (Kamra Inlay)

    Since its first discovery in the 16th century, variations of the pinhole camera have been used by humans to explore the world around us. From allowing the first astrologists to safely study solar eclipses to their academic role as a scientific experiment for elementary students, this lens-less camera has found diverse uses. In recent years,…

  6. Everyday Tips to Protect Your New Vision

    LASIK surgery can improve your vision, turning a blurry, fuzzy world clear and crisp. Imagine a life without the hassle of glasses or contacts. After LASIK, protect your eyes and your new, improved vision. These simple tips won’t take a lot of effort but are essential for healthy eyes. Wear Sunglasses Sun damage doesn’t just…

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    Are You Too Young or Too Old for LASIK?

    Good vision doesn’t have an age limit, but unfortunately, LASIK can. Are you too young or too old for LASIK? Find out below! Am I Too Young for LASIK? Do you have a child that is constantly losing or breaking their glasses? Are you a teen that’s tired of wearing contacts? LASIK seems like the…

  8. Never Fear Allergy Season Again with LASIK

    Watery, itchy allergy eyes are the worst. When you’re wearing contacts the problem can feel even more extreme. Find relief this allergy season at Will Vision and Laser Centers. Never fear allergy season again! How Do Seasonal Allergies Affect the Eyes? Seasonal allergies may be short-lived, but while they are raging, they are miserable. Eye…

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    Does Screen Usage Affect Vision?

    In our modern world, screens are a big part of reality. Want to check the weather? Pull up an app. Looking for a night out? Head to the theater and gaze at a screen. Need to take a photo? Grab your phone. We use screens every day, and often every hour to complete our daily…

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    How Aging Affects Your Vision

    Even if you had perfect vision in your teens, you may still need glasses or LASIK surgery as an adult. Your eyes and your vision change as you get older. Learn how aging affects vision below. At Will Vision and Laser Centers, we can help you protect and enhance your vision at any age. Nearsightedness, Farsightedness, and…