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Introducing Skin Microneedling at Aloha Laser Aesthetics!

Are you looking for a way to improve the condition, tone, texture, health, and appearance of your skin? With customized skin microneedling treatments performed at Aloha Laser Aesthetics, you can address a wide array of skin concerns and achieve noticeable improvements with minimal downtime. During treatment, a microneedling device gently... Read More

What Does It Mean When Your Vision Is Blurry?

Blurred vision can be related to various things, but in many cases, it is a sign of a refractive error like nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism. Another common cause of blurry vision is presbyopia, which is an age-related condition many of us will experience within our lifetime. However, clouded or “milky”... Read More

How to Tell Dry Eye from Allergies

Dry eye syndrome is characterized by a lack of natural tears or an imbalance in the composition of one’s tears, which can result from a variety of causes. Ocular allergies, on the other hand, are due to specific sensitivities to dust, pollen, and other allergens. For those with allergies, when... Read More

PRK vs. LASIK: Which is Better?

Although the development and FDA-approval of PRK (photorefractive keratectomy) predates that of LASIK (laser-assisted in-situ keratomileusis), both of these refractive vision correction procedures are now performed using state-of-the-art laser technology and can deliver high-quality results at Aloha Laser Vision. In fact, modern PRK is now referred to as advanced surface... Read More

Dr. Faulkner Introduces the Innovative miLOOP™ Device for Cataract Removal

Aloha Laser Vision’s Medical Director, Alan Faulkner, MD, is among a select group of leading eye surgeons with early access to an exciting new cataract removal device called the miLOOP. The innovative miLOOP instrument offers a gentler approach for breaking up cataracts during surgery. Compared to the conventional phacoemulsification technique,... Read More

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What Does It Mean When Your Vision Is Blurry?

How to Tell Dry Eye from Allergies