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    THINK LASIK IS SCARY?

    Last updated 5 years ago

    IT’S HOLLY FROM CLEAR ADVANTAGE VISION CORRECTION CENTER.  I CAN’T THINK OF A BETTER WAY TO KICK OFF THE START OF SUMMER THAN BY LEARNING HOW TO KICK THOSE GLASSES.  JOIN US ON TUESDAY, MAY 29TH  AT 6PM FOR CLEAR ADVANTAGE’S LASIK LUAU.  TAKE  HOME A BEACH BALL AND SOME GREAT PRIZES INCLUDING SOME HOT DESIGNER PRESCRIPTION FREE SUNGLASSES! 

    THINK LASIK IS SCARY?  YOU SHOULD SEE ME IN A COCONUT BRA…NOW THAT’S SCARY! 

    AT CLEAR ADVANTAGE WE WILL TAKE AWAY THE FEAR OF LASIK BY TELLING YOU ABOUT OUR BLADEFREE TREATMENTS AND WAVEFRONT TECHNOLOGY WHICH CAN TREAT MOST CASES OF NEARSIGHTED OR FARSIGHTED PRESCRIPTIONS WITH OR WITHOUT ASTIGMATISM!  JOIN CLEAR ADVANTAGE ON TUESDAY, MAY 29TH AT 6PM FOR OUR LASIK LUAU.  THERE’S TONS OF FREE PRIZES AND ALL ATTENDEES WILL RECEIVE A COUPON FOR A FREE BLADELESS UPGRADE.  AND YOU DON’T HAVE TO WALK ACROSS HOT COALS TO AFFORD LASIK - WE’LL EVEN TALK ABOUT OUR 2 YEARS OF INTEREST FREE FINANCING!  CALL ME TODAY AT 603-501-5000 , THAT’S 603-501-5000 OR REGISTER AT CLEAR ADVANTAGE LASER.COM, CLEAR ADVANTAGE LASER.COM

     

    "Best Experience!" Customer Testimonial

    Last updated 5 years ago

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    • I had the best experience going to Clear Advantage. The staff were all so friendly and knowledgeable. Everyone made me feel so comfortable and relaxed. I would recommend their services to anyone and everyone I know that is interested in the LASIK Eye procedure. Thank you Clear Advantage!

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    What is PRK?

    Last updated 5 years ago

    PRK stands for Photorefractive Keratotomy, a type of laser eye surgery which can be used to correct mild to moderate near- and farsightedness as well as some types of astigmatism. PRK differs from LASIK eye surgery and may be more advantageous for people who are not good candidates for LASIK.

    The Procedure

    PRK has been in common use in the United States for over fifteen years. The procedure can be performed with the exact same excimer laser and equipment used for LASIK surgery. During the procedure, an eight or nine millimeter-sized portion of the epithelium, the top layer of the cornea, is removed to allow the laser to reach and reshape the cornea. Post-treatment, you will receive a contact lens to wear, which acts as a bandage for your cornea until the epithelium heals and covers the bare area created during surgery.

    PRK vs. LASIK

    PRK differs from LASIK in that it is a “flapless” surgery. LASIK requires the use of either a blade or a laser to create a flap of tissue before the cornea can be reshaped via laser. This flap is used to cover the treatment site after laser reshaping.  Because PRK creates no flap, laser ablation takes place on the outer surface of the cornea. Additionally, PRK is ideal for patients who are not good candidates for LASIK due to unusual curvature of the cornea, thin corneal surfaces, or dry eyes or for candidates who are in professions that have likely eye trauma, such as boxing

    Side Effects and Results

    Due to the use of a contact lens to bandage the cornea while it heals, vision can appear blurry for a few days after surgery. Common side effects of PRK surgery include mild pain or scratchiness of the eyes and glare or halos, especially at night. Many of these side effects are temporary, and over-the-counter pain relief medication can be coupled with eye drops to minimize post-operative discomfort.

    Clear Advantage of Portsmouth offers state-of-the-art laser surgery with personalized, professional treatment. Call (603) 379-6817 to schedule an appointment or consultation.

    It's Tax Return Season

    Last updated 5 years ago

    With tax returns on their way, now is the perfect time to consider LASIK Eye surgery. Call Clear Advantage Vision Correction Center today at (603) 379-6817 for all you LASIK needs. 

    Questions to Ask Your LASIK Doctor

    Last updated 5 years ago

    LASIK stands for laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis, a surgical procedure in which your ophthalmologist reshapes the cornea with a laser to improve vision. LASIK can be used to correct many types of common vision problems, including nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism.

    What Can LASIK Do For Me?

    The first questions you should ask your doctor is how LASIK will improve your vision and what the procedure will involve. Will one or both of your eyes require treatment? If you are receiving LASIK treatment for both of your eyes,  what will be the follow up care?  Can you see your regular eye doctor for this care and is it covered in the cost of the procedure?   Your ophthalmologist can explain the details of the procedure to you so you will know what to expect before, during, and after the surgery.

    Will I Still Need Glasses?

    In  most cases, LASIK treatment can  reduce or eliminate the need for glasses or contacts. You should know what to expect before you opt for the treatment, so be sure to ask your doctor about the corrections that are possible.

    What Can I Expect After Surgery?

    Ask your doctor about the expected recovery time and what you should do after the procedure. Generally, it is recommended that you rest the remainder of the day after surgery. Your doctor can also explain any side effects and sensations you may feel after the surgery, and can recommend the use of eye drops or sleeping goggles to help your eyes recover.

    Are you ready for LASIK eye surgery to change the way you view the world around you? The Clear Advantage Vision Correction Center has been improving vision in Portsmouth since 1999. Check us out on the web or call our offices at (603) 379-6817 for more information.

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