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PRK in the USA
by Carson Junginger

PRKPRK was a procedure in use before LASIK, and does not involve creation of a corneal flap. Upon arrival for PRK surgery, your eye will be prepared with a special surgical cleansing solution and preoperative medications will be administered to guard against infection. Anesthetic drops are used to numb both eyes. The actual procedure is painless. No needles are utilized during the procedure. You may, however, be asked to look at a light while the procedure is being preformed to help hold your eye still.

PRK is generally regarded as safer than LASIK, as no flap is created. This eliminates any potential for flap complications. The entire procedure takes only a few minutes. In fact the actual laser application takes 15 to 60 seconds to complete.

With this unmatched ability to remove tissue, the Excimer laser has been rapidly adopted as a prominent tool for either therapeutic treatment (phototherapeutic-PTK), or for refractive treatment (photorefractive-PRK) surgery correction.

Symptoms of Cataracts
by Carson Junginger

Most cataracts develop over a period of time. Sometimes the development is so gradual that the individual may be unaware that he or she has a cataract. Cataracts can affect vision in many ways. Some of the more common symptoms of cataracts may include:

Before and after cataract treatment, night driving• Avoidance of night driving
• Halos around lights at night
• Increased glare in sunlight or with night driving
• Blurred or fuzzy vision
• Difficulty seeing street signs, reading fine print or following a golf ball
• Colors appear faded or less vivid
• The inability to renew a driver’s license
• Frequent changes in eye glass prescriptions