Bloomington, IN | Blog | Information on Vision Care

Explore multiple articles focused on eye care tips, available treatment options, and common eye conditions.

I Have Astigmatism. Can I Still Get LASIK?

Dr. Daniel Grossman | 05/30/2023

You may assume that astigmatism disqualifies you from LASIK, but think again!


What Are the Pros and Cons of Laser Cataract Surgery?

Dr. Daniel Grossman | 04/30/2023

Laser cataract surgery is an advanced option to help patients regain their vision, so exploring its pros and cons is important.


Could I Have Both Hyperopia and Myopia?

Dr. Daniel Grossman | 04/01/2023

You can have hyperopia (farsightedness) and myopia (nearsightedness) at the same time (a condition called anisometropia) but not in the same eye.


What Eye Conditions Can be Improved With PRK Eye Surgery?

Dr. Daniel Grossman | 02/28/2023

PRK is a laser refractive correction option that can resolve refractive disorders such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism.


What Things Should I Avoid After Cataract Surgery?

Dr. Daniel Grossman | 01/30/2023

Patients should avoid driving, strenuous activity, and other things that could damage, irritate, or stress their eyes after cataract surgery.


Should Patients Get an Eye Exam Annually?

Dr. Daniel Grossman | 12/29/2022

Most patients should have a routine eye exam every two years, though it depends on your specific needs and ocular health.


What Will my Vision Look Like After LASIK?

Dr. Daniel Grossman | 11/30/2022

LASIK can completely change your vision by improving or resolving refractive disorders like myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism.


All You Need to Know About Cataract Lenses

Dr. Daniel Grossman | 10/31/2022

We can reverse vision loss caused by cataracts through cataract lenses, also known as intraocular lenses (IOLs).


What is Vision Like With Myopia?

Dr. Daniel Grossman | 09/30/2022

Myopia, or nearsightedness, doesn't affect close vision but makes distant things appear out of focus.


How Long Will I Have Blurry Vision After PRK?

Dr. Daniel Grossman | 08/27/2022

Some lingering visual disturbances are common after PRK and generally dissipate within a week or two.


Comparing Laser and Traditional Cataract Surgery

Dr. Daniel Grossman | 07/29/2022

Both laser and traditional cataract surgery are incredibly well-practiced, safe, effective, and offer quick, potentially life-changing results.


Four Things an Eye Exam Can Reveal About Your Eye Health

Dr. Daniel Grossman | 06/30/2022

An eye exam can reveal many things, including the status of your eyes, visual capabilities, and any issues that may be developing.


Will Refractive Lens Exchange Prevent Future Cataracts?

Dr. Daniel Grossman | 05/30/2022

Since a refractive lens exchange replaces your eye’s lens with a synthetic intraocular lens (IOL), it will prevent the formation of future cataracts.


What are the Common Causes of Cataracts?

Dr. Daniel Grossman | 04/30/2022

Help prevent the devastating effects of cataracts and undergo early testing and treatment with the eye doctors at The Eye Center of Southern Indiana.


How Safe Is LASIK Laser Vision Correction?

Dr. Daniel Grossman | 03/20/2022

LASIK eye surgery is a safe option for vision correction. Find out more about the side effects of LASIK and if you may be a candidate here.


What Is the Best Technique For Cataract Surgery?

Dr. Daniel Grossman | 02/28/2022

Cataracts can be treated with a traditional or laser-based procedure to prevent fogginess and vision loss.


Which Cataract Lens Option is Best for Farsighted Vision?

Dr. Daniel Grossman | 01/11/2022

Cataract surgery can reduce cloudy vision, but what if you have hyperopia? See how cutting-edge IOLs can treat farsightedness during cataract surgery.


Three Reasons to Consider PRK If You Do Not Qualify for LASIK

Dr. Daniel Grossman | 12/31/2021

PRK is an ideal choice for those ineligible for LASIK or who have active lifestyles and would like an excellent eyesight solution.


How Is Myopia Diagnosed and Treated?

Dr. Daniel Grossman | 11/21/2021

People with nearsighted vision have trouble seeing objects farther away. See how we can treat myopia through prescription lenses and LASIK surgery.


Should You Avoid Too Much Screen Time Before an Eye Exam?

Dr. Daniel Grossman | 10/30/2021

Too much screen time can cause eyestrain, fatigue, and blurry vision. Get an eye appointment to improve your vision and prevent long-term problems.


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