Athletes Who’ve Had LASIK Surgery

Nearly every Sunday in November, football fans are glued to the television, watching as their team battles it out for a chance to go to the Super Bowl. Here at King LASIK, we celebrate the athleticism displayed by the nation’s top players. We want to point out that some of your favorite football players (and …Read more

November is National Diabetic Eye Disease Month

The vision experts at King LASIK want to remind our followers that November is National Diabetic Eye Disease Month. Throughout the month, ophthalmologists around the nation want to raise awareness about diabetic eye disease, early disease detection and related preventive health services. Diabetics are more susceptible to developing eye diseases and experiencing vision loss (as …Read more

Halloween Eye Safety Tips

With Halloween nearing, adults and children alike are getting their costumes ready for a night full of tricks and treats. But while everyone loves a scary costume, it’s important for families to take safety steps in order to avoid a truly frightening eye injury. Here, the trusted vision experts at King LASIK share the following …Read more

How to Tell if an Eye Injury is Serious

According to the American Association of Ophthalmology, nearly 2.5 million people suffer eye injuries in the U.S. each year. Because they are so common, it may sometimes be difficult to tell whether or not an injury is serious and requires urgent medical attention. In honor of National Eye Injury Prevention Month, the vision experts at …Read more

Choosing Eye and Vision Supplements

Following a balanced healthy diet is a simple yet effective way to keep your eyes strong. This includes a good amount of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean meats and fat-free or low-fat milk and dairy products. Doctors also recommend avoiding foods high in saturated fat, trans-fat, cholesterol, salt and added sugars. If you’re looking for …Read more

Senior Vision: Tips for Safe Driving

As we age, our ability to see moving objects deteriorates, while our peripheral vision worsens and our reaction time becomes slower. This, along with age-related eye conditions such as macular degeneration, makes driving more challenging for adults age 60 and older. Here, King LASIK offers senior drivers these basic driving tips to stay safe on …Read more

How Ocular Migraines Affect Your Vision

When most people think of a migraine, the first thing that comes to mind is a painful, throbbing headache. However, there are different types of migraines, including one that causes visual distortion, known as an ocular migraine. These vision-related migraines are temporary and painless but can be distressing. Here, the eye experts at King LASIK …Read more

Tips to Relieve Digital Eye Strain

Now more than ever we rely on computers, tablets, televisions and smartphones for everyday life. Unfortunately this comes at a price for our eyes. Nearly 70 percent of American adults experience some form of digital eye strain, which can include red eyes, eye twitching, dry eyes and headaches. If these symptoms sound familiar, here are …Read more

Good Habits for Protecting Your Vision

The results of an international survey from a couple of years ago revealed that most people would rather lose a limb than their eyesight. With such a high value placed on vision, it makes sense to do what we can to protect our eyesight. By regularly following the habits found in this post, we can …Read more

What Your Eyes Say About Your Health

When it comes to your overall health, the eyes don’t lie. The way they look and function can leave clues to what is going on in the rest of your body. Here are some clues to look for, and what they may mean about your general health. Achy, Bloodshot Eyes While bloodshot eyes now and …Read more