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What is Custom LASIK? – The Benefits of LASIK in Long Beach Part 3

What is Custom LASIK? – The Benefits of LASIK in Long Beach Part 3

Welcome to our comprehensive exploration of customized LASIK procedures and their transformative potential, with a focus on the unique treatments provided at Lucent Vision. We are at the forefront of the Long Beach, CA, area, committed to utilizing the most advanced LASIK laser technology to significantly enhance your visual acuity and liberating you from the constraints of glasses and contact…

Published 11 months ago
Will I Need Glasses or Contacts After LASIK? -The Benefits of LASIK in Long Beach Part 2

Will I Need Glasses or Contacts After LASIK? -The Benefits of LASIK in Long Beach Part 2

At Lucent Vision, our mission is to deliver the benefits of clear unaided vision with a personalized 5-star experience. We want you to see how wonderful life can be when you don't have a passing thought about your glasses or contact lens. With refractive surgery, you can own clear vision rather than just renting it. Is reduced dependence on glasses…

Published 11 months ago
lady looking into distance after lasik surgery

Can LASIK Improve My Vision?: The Benefits of LASIK in Long Beach Part 1

Delivering the benefits of clear vision with a personalized experience is our mission at Lucent Vision. Whether your visual impairment includes near-sightedness, far-sightedness, or astigmatism, we will perform a refraction during your consultation to determine the state of your visual perception. Once we understand your eye health and your visual demands, we will develop a laser treatment plan that is…

Published 12 months ago
Weed for glaucoma treatment?

Weed for glaucoma treatment?

Glaucoma (Link to https://lucentvision2020.com/eye-conditions/glaucoma/) is a slowly progressive eye disease where elevated pressure in the eyes can lead to damage to the optic nerves. This type of elevated pressure can be treated with the help of medicated eye drops as well as surgery. Studies have also shown that marijuana use can also lower pressure in the eyes. Marijuana has become…

Published 2 years ago
Eyedrops instead of cheaters?

Eyedrops instead of cheaters?

People in their mid-40’s often begin to notice that they are having a very hard time reading items that are at arm’s length. This age-related problem is called presbyopia, and it can be quite annoying! The most frequent treatment for presbyopia is the use of over-the-counter readers, which is a pair of glasses that can improve near vision. Recently, a new…

Published 2 years ago
Contoura LASIK arrives at Lucent Vision

Contoura LASIK arrives at Lucent Vision

For years we have used the state-of-the-art Allegretto WaveLight laser platform for our LASIK and PRK procedures at Lucent Vision. This laser platform uses cutting edge technology with “wavefront optimization” to maximize visual outcomes.  We now have the capability of performing even more customized laser treatments with the arrival of the upgraded Contoura LASIK technology. With this new feature we…

Published 2 years ago
A Different Vaccine

A Different Vaccine

COVID-19 is not the only virus that can cause problems with your health. The varicella zoster virus (also known as the chickenpox virus) can be a painful and difficult viral infection to deal with, especially in people over the age of 50. An attack of this virus is commonly known as “shingles.” If shingles affects the eye, it can cause…

Published 2 years ago
Excessive Smartphone Use In Teens

Excessive Smartphone Use In Teens

Excessive smartphone use in teens may contribute to myopia (near-sightedness) Both teens and adults seem to be spending more time on their smartphones. An article published in the December 2021 Ophthalmology journal studied teens from six Dutch high schools by seeing if there was any link between teens with increased smartphone usage and myopia, or near-sightedness. There were some very…

Published 2 years ago
Lucent Vision – On The Forefront of Technology for LASIK

Lucent Vision – On The Forefront of Technology for LASIK

We just upgraded our corneal imaging capabilities by acquiring the Galilei G4 ColorZ. This device uses rotating cameras to get accurate images of the front and back of your cornea. Having this new technology will keep us on the forefront of LASIK surgical planning so that we can continue to deliver excellent outcomes!

Published 2 years ago
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