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Who is most at risk for glaucoma?

Who is most at risk for glaucoma? More than 3 million people in the Unites States have glaucoma, and the frightening part of that statistic is that more than half of those affected don’t know they have it, according to the Glaucoma Research Foundation. Identifying people who suffer with glaucoma can be a difficult task […]

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Questions to Ask When Considering LASIK Surgery

Questions to Ask When Considering LASIK Surgery If you’re considering LASIK surgery, you’ll want to know what to expect before, during and after the procedure. In order for the eye to see clear images, the cornea and the lens must bend or curve light rays so they can focus clearly on the retina. LASIK surgery […]

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Am I Good Candidate For LASIK Surgery?

LASIK eye surgery is a safe, effective procedure, and a great fit for many people who wish to improve their vision – and lifestyle. Just as with any surgical procedure, however, it’s important to make sure that LASIK is the right fit for your unique vision needs. Your laser eye surgery specialist will be instrumental […]

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What To Look For in a LASIK Surgeon

Enjoying the many benefits of LASIK eye surgery starts with choosing the right surgeon, and our team at Atlantic Eye Myrtle Beach is here to help. Your surgeon and their staff will be helping you make decisions about your vision health, so it’s important that you feel comfortable, confident, and well-informed when visiting your LASIK […]

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Understanding Cataract Surgery & Treatments

Understanding Cataract Treatments – Part 2

Cataracts are among the most common vision problems in the world, especially among older adults. The natural clear lens inside of your eye plays a key role in focusing light as it enters the eye. A cataract is developed when this natural lens becomes cloudy, which can affect vision for all distances. Cataracts are a […]

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Understanding Cataracts, Pt I

Understanding Cataracts Pt I

Understanding Cataracts Pt I – May is Cataract Awareness Month May is National Cataract Awareness Month, so this is the perfect time to brush up on the basics of one of the most common vision problems in America, and the treatment options available. When a cataract develops, the lens in your eye, which focuses light, […]

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LASIK Eye Surgery in Time for Hockey Playoffs

The NHL regular season is rumbling toward an exciting conclusion. With the stretch run in full swing, every game, goal, and point in the standings could make the difference. Hockey is always a fast-paced sport, and the intensity only ratchets up even further as the biggest games of the season draw near. With the gift […]

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SEE International May Trip To Ecuador

Dr. Ply will be headed to Ecuador in May as part of a volunteer trip for SEE International, a global humanitarian organization. According to the SEE website: SEE International provides sustainable medical, surgical, and educational services through volunteer ophthalmic surgeons with the objectives of restoring sight and preventing blindness to disadvantaged individuals worldwide. Below is our […]

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Prepare for Cataract Eye Surgery: Before, During, and After

Prepare for Cataract Eye Surgery: Before, During, and After If you have been diagnosed with cataracts, you may be a strong candidate for cataract eye surgery. Put simply, a cataract is the inner clouding of the eye’s lens that can lead to a decrease in vision. This type of vision impairment is largely detected during […]

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My LASIK Experience: Jason reveals his view on corrective eye surgery

LASIK eye surgery is a common method of treatment to improve vision and reduce, or, in many cases, completely eliminate the need for glasses or contact lenses. While the eye corrective surgery can act as a luxury to those who get to give up glasses or contact lenses, LASIK eye surgery patient Jeremy Sherman explains […]

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