LASIK surgery is a great thing if you want to have clear vision without having to fumble for your glasses or insert your contacts. After your LASIK procedure, you will be able to see any time of the day or night. You will also enjoy many activities that are difficult with glasses, including water sports.
If you have looked into having the LASIK procedure at Boothe Laser Center, the price of it may have scared you away. Though the price varies based on how much correction you need, and whether or not you opt for IntraLASIK or Wavefront mapping, it is still quite a bit more than the cost of contact lenses or glasses for a year. Many people feel they just can’t come up with that type of money all at once.
Now, fortunately, you don’t have to. You have financing options available to you when you have your LASIK performed by Dr. William Boothe at Boothe Laser Center. Boothe Laser Center works with several different financing companies, so you have multiple options open to you to pay for your procedure. Some of these financing options even include interest-free plans.
If you would like to have your eyesight permanently corrected so you can get rid of your contacts and glasses forever, check out the financing available at Boothe Laser Center. Financing might make LASIK a financial possibility for you.
Before you undergo LASIK surgery, it’s important to understand that this procedure has certain risks and complications that can occur. Because it has such a low rate of complications, it’s easy to forget that LASIK is indeed surgery. But it is surgery, and you need to be aware of the risks involved.
Most complications that result from LASIK are minor and usually temporary. These include things such as dry eye after surgery, and light sensitivity. Both of these usually are a result of the flap that was cut in your cornea, and go away as your eye heals.
There is a potential for more serious complications, which are also associated with the corneal flap. If the flap is not been cut correctly, you may end up with astigmatism, which causes blurred and double vision. This can usually be corrected by another LASIK procedure.
It’s important to have a well trained and experienced surgeon perform your procedure, so you can cut your risks of these complications. That’s why Dr. William Boothe is a good choice for your LASIK procedure. Dr. Boothe has performed LASIK over 121,000 times in the last 15 years, and is well-versed in the latest technologies available to make LASIK safer. You can talk to him during your free consultation at Boothe Laser Center, and review your options for permanent vision correction.
Millions of people have had their eyes permanently corrected through LASIK. And one of the reasons why the results are so successful in those that undergo the procedure is that doctors are good at screening out those who will not respond well to the treatment. Because though LASIK is effective for many, not everyone is a good candidate for the procedure.
In order to have LASIK, you must be at least 18 years old. This is so your eyes will have stopped growing. You also must have a stable prescription. If your eyesight has changed at all in the last year, you will not be able to have LASIK. But if it’s been stable for over a year, you may be ready.
It’s also important that your eyes be in good health. If you have any eye related diseases, such as cataracts, diabetic eye complications, or any other vision issues, you’ll need to tell your surgeon about them. They will decide if LASIK is still appropriate, or if there is another avenue to pursue.
You can discuss all of this at your free consultation at Boothe Laser Center. If it turns out after your consultation with Dr. Boothe that you are a good candidate, then you can schedule the procedure and be on your way toward clear vision without corrective lenses.
Is it worth the risk to have LASIK surgery to permanently correct your eyesight? That’s the question that lots of people have when they are reviewing the procedure, trying to decide if LASIK is right for them. After all, it sounds like it would be a great thing to not have to wear contact lenses or glasses ever again. But when you look at the risks, it can be a little scary.
However, when you really examine at the risks involved with LASIK, you will find that they are rare. It’s true that there are some risks, after all, this is still a surgical procedure. But the vast majority of people who have LASIK are very pleased with their results. And some of the potential issues, such as having your eyes get overcorrected or under corrected, can be fixed by having a future LASIK enhancement.
Would you like to talk to an expert to review your questions and learn more about LASIK? Dr. William Boothe is one of the foremost LASIK surgeons in the world. He has been performing the procedure since it was first approved by the FDA in the US in the 1990s. You can make an appointment for a free LASIK consultation with him at Boothe Laser Center, and talk to him about whether you are a good candidate for the procedure.
Do you remember what it’s like to open your eyes in the morning and be able to see your alarm clock, without fumbling for your glasses or contacts? If you’ve been wearing glasses for a while, you may not remember how good this feels. And depending on how bad your eyesight is, you may not even remember what it’s like to be able to walk around your home without your glasses on.
But now you can return to those days, when you didn’t have to worry about where your glasses were. The days when you could open up your eyes and see clearly, with no glasses or irritation from sleeping in your contacts. With a simple laser surgical procedure, you can have clear vision again.
LASIK vision correction surgery performed at Boothe Laser Center will give you clear vision again, without having to rely on glasses or contacts. Dr. William Boothe has been performing LASIK surgery since the 1990s, and has helped thousands of patients see better. Would you like to be one of those patients? If so, simply make an appointment for your free consultation to find out if you are a candidate for LASIK.
As anyone who wears contacts knows, the longer they are in your eyes, the more uncomfortable they get. This is even worse when you stay up late to study, care for sick child, or go out partying with your friends. When you are awake late at night, tired, and have had your contacts in all day, they can be extremely uncomfortable in your eyes.
But you don’t have to alter your lifestyle to suit your contacts. You can have your vision permanently corrected with LASIK, and not have to worry about dry eyes late at night again.
LASIK vision correction surgery gives you clear vision and allows you to see without hassling with contacts or glasses. Not only will you be able to see well late at night, but when you wake up in the morning, you will see your alarm clock clearly without reaching for your glasses.
Dr. William Boothe has been performing LASIK since the 1990s, and is one of the most experienced LASIK surgeons in the world. Make an appointment to see him today at Boothe Laser Center, and review your options for permanently clear vision.
When you wear contact lenses, you’ve probably noticed how at the end of the day, your eyes get tired. Not only that, but they tend to dry out over the course of the day. It can be quite uncomfortable. And if you try and rub your eyes to give them some relief, you risk rubbing your lenses right out.
But you have to put up with it to be able to see. The alternative is to carry along a pair of glasses and change into them when your eyes get uncomfortable. But that’s a hassle as well, and you will be forced carry around case for your contacts as well as a storage solution.
If you’re fed up with how your contacts feel at the end of the day, there is a way to get rid of them. You can have your eyes permanently corrected with LASIK vision correction surgery.
Performed by Dr. William Boothe at Boothe Laser Center, LASIK is a simple outpatient procedure that takes just a few minutes per eye. Most patients will see better by the next day, and almost everyone can see well enough to pass their driver’s license eye exam without correction.
It’s really easy to find out if you are a candidate for LASIK. Simply make an appointment for your free consultation to have Dr. Boothe review your current vision and medical history. With just a few minutes of surgery, your complaints about contacts can be a thing of the past.
When you are considering making any changes to your vision, it’s always a good idea to examine what the risks are. After all, this is your eyesight, and you want to make sure that you are going to protect it.
With eyeglasses, there are very few risks involved. There is a chance of breaking your glasses, especially if you participate in impact sports. You also run the risk of getting the wrong prescription and developing headaches and eye strain as a result.
Contact lenses are popular option for those with blurry vision who don’t like to wear glasses. However, contacts carry more of a risk to your vision. They can cause discomfort and can transmit bacteria into your eye, if handled improperly. This can lead to an infection, which, if not treated properly, can permanently damage your vision.
LASIK vision correction surgery is fast becoming a popular alternative to glasses or contacts. Because it’s surgery, it has its own set of risks. Although, the risks are fairly low and generally are temporary. When you undergo LASIK, there’s a chance that your eyes might be corrected too much or not enough, resulting in having to undergo LASIK a second time to fix the problem. You also run the risk of developing dry eyes, though this usually will disappear when your eyes finish healing. Some patients also report that they experience glare or halos at night. Again, most patients find this goes away naturally when their eyes heal.
No matter what you decide to do, you should review your options at Boothe Laser Center. Dr. William Boothe has treated thousands of patients, and is one of the most experienced LASIK surgeons in the world.
Modern contact lenses can be comfortable to wear, and can help you see better when you are nearsighted or have astigmatism. But you have to be careful when you wear contacts. If you aren’t careful about keeping your hands clean when you handle your lenses, you run the risk of getting harmful bacteria in your eye. This can lead to an eye infection. If left untreated, eye infections can end up damaging your vision permanently.
Besides infections, contacts can dry out your eyes, over time, and become uncomfortable. Many people find that, after several years of wearing contacts, they have to go back to glasses for a while. That’s not what you expected when you first got contacts.
You can get rid of these problems with contacts by having your eyesight permanently corrected with LASIK vision correction surgery. This procedure can help you see clearly, usually good enough to pass your driver’s license eye exam. You’ll find that, without contacts, you’ll have few complaints of dry, tired eyes.
Contact Dr. William Boothe at Boothe Laser Center, today, for your free consultation. As one of the first surgeons to perform LASIK in the Dallas area, you can trust Dr. Boothe with your eyesight.
How healthy your eyes are has a lot to do with the food you intake. Eye doctors like Dr. Boothe can’t stress enough the importance of a healthy diet. When your eyes start to degenerate, it is likely due to poor eating habits, the environment and/or genetics. It’s a good idea to have regular checkups and when you find that your vision isn’t what it used to be, you can have your eyes corrected at the Boothe laser center.
What Vitamins and Minerals Your Eyes Require
In order to keep your eyes healthy (before or after laser eye treatment is needed), you should consume foods that are rich in vitamin A and vitamin E, among others. Here is a list of some of the foods and supplements that are good for the eyes:
- Carrots: rich in vitamin A
- Spinach: rich in Vitamin E
- Herbs like bilberry, mahonia grape and aspalathus
- Omega-3 fatty acids: reduces macular degeneration
- Vitamin E and vitamin C: strengthens the connective tissues in your eyes
- Vitamin B-12: for increasing much-needed red blood cells
- Aloe Vera: rich in ambrotose, which protects eyes from infection and boosts immunity
You should try to find foods, herbs and supplements that have these minerals and vitamins. That way, you can continue having great eyesight.