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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

What Is the Cost of LASIK?

The exact cost of LASIK varies from patient to patient. The specific price of the procedure depends on the unique vision correction needs of the individual (the prescription and whether treatment is needed for one or both eyes), as well as the type of laser technology selected for the surgery.... Read More

KAMRA Corneal Inlay for Presbyopia Treatment

Recently, Keala, an employee and patient of Aloha Laser Vision, underwent presbyopia treatment with placement of the KAMRA™ Corneal Inlay implantable lens. The innovative vision correction procedure was performed by Dr. Alan Faulkner with the assistance of the WaveLight® FS200 Femtosecond Laser. In an in-depth interview, Keala describes the limitations... Read More

What Are My Alternatives to LASIK?

Though LASIK is our most popular method of vision correction surgery, not everyone is an ideal candidate. Fortunately, at Aloha Laser Vision, we offer a number of LASIK alternatives for patients who still want to significantly reduce or eliminate the need for glasses or contacts: PRK: Photorefractive keratectomy, or PRK,... Read More

When Is LASIK Not for Me?

LASIK corrective eye surgery can nearly eliminate your dependency on glasses and contacts in your day-to-day life. However, providing you with safe and effective results is our primary goal at Aloha Laser Vision, and LASIK unfortunately cannot meet everyone’s eye care needs. To determine your candidacy for LASIK surgery, one... Read More

LASIK Vs. PRK Laser Eye Surgery

Laser vision correction surgery can be an effective way to reduce your dependency on glasses or contact lenses by addressing common eyesight problems including nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. Though LASIK is our most popular method of laser correction at Aloha Laser Vision, PRK can offer advantages for some patients that... Read More

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