When you no longer have perfect vision, contact lenses can help you to see again. However, contact lenses have problems associated with them, and can cause additional issues for your eyes.
Many contact lens wearers complain of dry, tired eyes by the end of the day. Wearing contacts can irritate your eyes, and make them feel uncomfortable. It can be bad enough that some people must take a break from their contact lenses, which defeats the purpose of getting them.
If you like the clear vision that you get from contact lenses, but don’t enjoy the tired eyes at the end of the day, there is another alternative for you. LASIK is a simple surgery that will permanently correct your eyesight. LASIK is an outpatient procedure that can be done at Boothe Laser Center. Dr. William Boothe has been performing LASIK at Boothe Laser Center since the FDA approved the procedure in the 1990s. He has personally helped thousands of people to have clear vision again.
Your eyesight means a lot to you. If you would like to see well and still be comfortable at the end of the day, consider LASIK vision correction surgery.
There are few things more annoying than losing your glasses. It can take a long time to pick out the right pair and get the right prescription. Glasses usually are not cheap, and when you lose a pair, it can be a hassle, as well as expensive. Whether it’s your regular daily glasses or your prescription sunglasses, losing your glasses reminds you how reliant you are on them to be able to see.
If you are prone to losing your glasses, you have probably spent hundreds of dollars extra to get replacement pairs, as well as spare pairs to keep on hand. Instead of continuing to spend this money, it’s time to consider getting rid of your glasses entirely by having laser vision correction surgery.
LASIK is an outpatient procedure performed at Boothe Laser Center. It takes just a few minutes per eye, and you will be seeing clearly in just a couple of days to a couple of weeks. Once your eyes have healed, you won’t have to worry about your glasses ever again. LASIK is almost always permanent, and most patients never have to have a repeat procedure.
Rather than lose more glasses and spend more money, invest in a future of permanently clear vision. Come see Dr. William Boothe to review the LASIK procedure and find out if you are a good candidate.
Glasses are nuisance. They slide down your nose when you work out, and are easily lost, broken or scratched. It’s not uncommon to leave them at work and not realize it until you get home. It’s even worse if you have extremely blurry vision. If you accidentally break your glasses at work, you might need a coworker to drive you home.
With so many complaints about glasses, it’s a good thing there are alternatives. You can switch to contact lenses, but there are other issues to deal with, such as the constant cleaning. Instead, why not consider permanently correcting your vision with LASIK surgery?
LASIK has been available in this country for 15 years, and millions of people throughout the world have undergone the procedure. It is simple and relatively low risk. It also requires a short recovery time. Most people can see better within a day or so after the procedure.
If you’re tired of complaining about your glasses, it’s time to make an appointment to see Dr. William Boothe at Boothe Laser Center to review LASIK. You will have a chance to ask any questions that you have about the procedure, and find out if you are a good candidate for permanent laser vision correction.
If you have small children around the house, you know how they can get into everything. That includes your glasses and contact lenses. Have you ever had one of your children get into your contacts while they were soaking, and lose them? Or maybe your toddler got a hold of your glasses and broke them?
And this is not limited to children. Pets can be just as destructive on your corrective eyewear. But, if you are over the age of 18, and your prescription has been stable for at least a year, you are possibly a candidate for LASIK eye surgery.
At Boothe Laser Center, Dr. William Boothe has performed LASIK vision surgery on thousands of patients. With 15 years of experience in the procedure, you can trust him to take care of your vision. Make an appointment, today, for your free consultation and to review the procedure. Your small children and pets will soon have one less thing to play with. You can get rid of your glasses and contacts, forever, with LASIK surgery.
What are your plans for New Year’s Eve? If you’re like most people, you plan to bring in the new year kissing someone very special, or someone you hope will become very special. This is a fun tradition that we all enjoy. But if you wear glasses, they can get in the way of something as simple as a kiss.
In fact, glasses can get in the way of a lot of things. You can’t swim in them, or do most water sports. They slide down your nose when you exercise, and can get scratched or broken. And if your vision is bad enough, you need to carry a spare pair in case you lose yours.
Yes, glasses can be a real pain. But fortunately there’s another option for blurry vision. Today, you can have your vision permanently corrected with a simple outpatient surgical procedure called LASIK. LASIK has been approved for about 15 years, and millions of people have had success with it.
And Dr. William Boothe has personally helped hundreds of thousands of people see better with LASIK. You can make an appointment for a free consultation today at Boothe Laser Center, and find out if you are a good candidate for the procedure. During the consultation you can also review your questions with Dr. Boothe, and discuss any concerns you may have.
Are you suffering from itchy eyes? Itchy eyes can be caused by a number of different conditions. You may be suffering from dry eyes, or experiencing the symptoms of allergy eyes. There are other conditions as well, including pinkeye or blepharitis, which can cause your eyes to be itchy.
Whatever is causing your itchy eyes, it can interfere with your vision, especially if you wear contact lenses. Itchy eyes from allergies or dry eyes can make your contact lenses very uncomfortable and hard to wear. You may find that you have to go back to glasses until your eyes heal from your condition, or until you figure out whatever it is you are allergic to.
The problem with itchy eyes is that whatever is causing your problem tends to come back. If you wear contact lenses, you will experience periodic dryness in your eyes because of irritation from the lenses. And if you suffer from hay fever, your contacts will bother you every time there’s pollen in the air.
You can fix this problem by not wearing your contacts anymore. However, this would just lead to complaints about your glasses, which is probably why you got contacts in the first place. Why not take care of the problem once and for all, and have your eyes permanently corrected with LASIK eye surgery? Make an appointment to see Dr. William Boothe at Boothe Laser Center and review your options for LASIK, a simple outpatient procedure that will help you see better without glasses or contacts.
One thing that you may not even realize when you wear glasses is how much it restricts your vision. True, glasses offer clear vision for those who are nearsighted, farsighted, or who have astigmatism. Glasses allow many people to be able to drive, read, and enjoy life in a way they wouldn’t be able to without vision correction.
However, glasses have their limitations. There is a spot that you must look through to be able to get the clearest vision from your glasses. If you shift your eyes slightly without moving your head, your vision will become distorted. Glasses also affect your peripheral vision. Not only is everything on the edge of your field of vision blurry, but often it’s blocked by your frames.
In order to be able to see clearly in all directions, you’ll need to get rid of your glasses and frames. One way to do this permanently is with LASIK vision surgery. LASIK surgery is a common procedure that has been widely used throughout the world for about 15 years. Dr. William Boothe of Boothe Laser Center has been personally performing LASIK since the 1990s. Dr. Boothe has reviewed all the LASIK upgrades over the years, and continues to be one of the safest and most sought-after surgeons in the world for laser vision correction.
Many people who wear glasses or contacts to correct their blurry vision find themselves wishing for a permanent way to be able to see better. There are several forms of vision correction surgery available, including LASIK. This is a simple, outpatient procedure that has successfully corrected the eyesight of millions of people over the last 15 years.
LASIK is a surgical procedure that carries a small amount of risk. For many people, it also is a major expense. Most insurance companies don’t pay much, if anything, for LASIK, because it isn’t medically necessary. Some people may wonder if LASIK is worth the expense, risk, and time it takes to heal.
If you ask the majority of patients who’ve undergone LASIK surgery to correct their vision, you’ll find that the answer overwhelmingly is yes, it is worth it. Most patients experience improved vision immediately after the procedure, or within a few hours. The procedure itself is painless, and some people find there’s minor discomfort after. Within a couple of days, however, most people experience no discomfort whatsoever.
The decision to have LASIK surgery to correct your vision is a personal one. If you are considering it, make sure you get all the information you can about the procedure. One thing you can do the schedule a free consultation at Boothe Laser Center. Dr. William Boothe can review any questions you have, as well as examine your eyes and let you know if you are a good candidate for the surgery.
Are you someone who loses things easily? Do you frequently lose your glasses, or are you one of those people that constantly misplace their car keys?
If so, glasses are probably not the best option for you when you need to correct your blurry vision. Many people who wear glasses take them off frequently to massage their sore noses, and it’s very easy to walk off and leave them behind at the office, in a restaurant, or at a friend’s house. If you don’t remember where you left them, or if you leave them on a subway or other public place, you can end up spending a lot of money replacing your glasses. Plus, if you have poor enough vision that you must have glasses at all times, you’ll need to have a few backup pairs.
Even if you find your glasses every time you lose them, the time you spend looking for them is wasted time out of your day. Fortunately, there’s a much better way to correct your vision that safe, permanent, and will allow you to see clearly without glasses.
LASIK vision correction surgery at Boothe Laser Center is just the thing to let you get rid of your glasses forever. LASIK corrects your vision with a quick, painless outpatient procedure. Come review your surgical options with Dr. William Boothe, one of the most experienced LASIK surgeons in the world. After LASIK, you could leave your glasses behind forever.
Millions of people have had the LASIK vision correction procedure in the last 15 years. This is a relatively safe surgical technique to permanently correct your vision, and the majority of patients have been very pleased with the outcome. However, there are still some slight risks associated with the surgery, especially when the flap is cut in the cornea.
If the idea of that makes you nervous, there is an even safer procedure available now. Dr. William Boothe at Boothe Laser Center performs the IntraLASIK procedure in addition to traditional LASIK surgery. During IntraLASIK, Dr. Boothe uses a computer-controlled laser to cut the flap and cornea, thereby eliminating most of the risks involved with traditional Lasix surgery. The IntraLASIK procedure has allowed many people who were not candidates for LASIK to be able to enjoy clear vision through laser vision surgery.
Dr. Boothe has reviewed this procedure and other technological advances. He uses the technology that will provide the safest and most accurate results for his patients. Make an appointment to talk to Dr. Boothe today about permanently correcting your vision with IntraLASIK.