Who is Most Likely to Develop Keratoconus?

Posted by: Clear Advantage in Featured on June 27, 2024

Keratoconus is a progressive eye condition that causes worsening vision. It affects around 1 in 2,000 people, but some factors put you at higher risk for keratoconus. Unlike many common eye conditions, it’s more common in younger adults. While there is no cure for keratoconus, there are treatments that can slow the progress of the condition… Read More

Can I Still Get LASIK If I Have Keratoconus?

Posted by: Clear Advantage in Featured on March 29, 2024

Do you have keratoconus but still want to improve your vision? You may want to improve your vision using a procedure like LASIK. However, procedures like LASIK are not always the best fit for this eye condition. Even if you’re not a good candidate for LASIK because of keratoconus, other options remain. Keep reading to… Read More

Why the EVO ICL Changes Your Life and Your Vision

Posted by: Clear Advantage in Featured on February 29, 2024

Are you tired of depending on glasses and contact lenses to see clearly? It’s time to consider vision correction options! If you don’t qualify for a laser vision correction procedure like LASIK, it doesn’t have to mean the end of your dreams of visual freedom. Keep reading to learn why the EVO ICL changes your… Read More

Is Your Vision Clearer After LASIK?

Posted by: Clear Advantage in Featured, LASIK on January 31, 2024

There’s nothing like the feeling of having clear vision. But if you rely on visual aids like glasses and contact lenses, it may feel like your vision isn’t as clear as it could be. For qualified candidates, procedures like LASIK can give you crisper, sharper vision and help you achieve your dreams of visual freedom…. Read More

What is RLE, and is it Right for Me?

Posted by: Clear Advantage in Featured on October 30, 2023

Are you tired of depending on reading glasses? Does going out to a restaurant feel like a chore because you can only see the menu if you hold it far away? If you don’t want to use visual aids like reading glasses, it may be worth considering vision correction procedures that treat conditions like presbyopia…. Read More