How Long Does a Consultation Take?
When you call or email to schedule a complimentary Lasik consultation, one of the first things the scheduler will let you know is how long the appointment will last. I’ll tell you that it takes about two hours from the time …Continue reading
Don’t Be Blinded By the Light On Solar Eclipse Day
On August 21, a good swath of the United States will get the rare chance to view a total solar eclipse. In Michigan, we’ll be outside the path of totality. Unfortunately, that means that we won’t be able to see …Continue reading
The Do’s and Don’ts of Contact Lens Wear
According to the Contact Lens Institute, over 30 million Americans wear contact lenses, and 80% of those wear soft contact lenses every day1. Do you know the dos and don’ts of contact lens wear? Keep your eyes healthy by following …Continue reading
4 Common LASIK Scams — Learn How to Avoid Them!
Some LASIK centers pride themselves on quality, others on the bargain you can get with discounted rates on surgery. Here’s why cheap LASIK is too good to be true. Is $220 Per Eye Too Good To Be True? One way …Continue reading
Can Your iPhone Hurt Your Eyes?
iPhones and eyes is the topic today! These days, it seems like everyone spends their days in front of one screen or another. Whether your phone or tablet, computer or smart fridge, digital screens are a part of daily life. …Continue reading
Dr. Haddad Recognized as Pioneer in Healthcare by Crain’s Detroit
Crain’s Healthcare Heroes recognizes Dr. Haddad for his contributions to laser vision correction in their Crain’s 2017 Health Care Heroes list. The 16th annual list honors professionals in eight categories and Dr. Haddad was chosen as a finalist for contributions …Continue reading
Why We Don’t Do KAMRA Inlay
One procedure that seems to offer vision correction to certain farsighted patients is a corneal inlay, like RaindropTM, or KAMRA InlayTM. The procedure seems to be a way for farsighted patients, or patients who might be a little bit older …Continue reading
Can I Have Lasik If I Have Astigmatism?
One common question from patients is whether they can still have LASIK if they’ve been diagnosed with astigmatism but the good news, however, is that most patients with astigmatism are good candidates for LASIK. Astigmatism is a refractive error, just …Continue reading
The 9 Worst Things About Wearing Glasses
We break down our top 9 reasons why people HATE wearing glasses and decide to ditch their glasses with LASIK. 1. Glasses are Expensive If you’ve ever bought glasses, you know that the fashionable frames are only the first expense …Continue reading