Posts by Vetta Bog

Make Vision Correction Month Your Vision Independence Day™!

As the sun sits high in the sky with the official kickoff of the summer season, there’s no better time to shed light on poor eyesight and vision correction than July. So it’s no surprise that the RSA (Refractive Surgery Alliance) Executive Committee has designated that July be henceforward known as Global Vision Correction Month.…

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The Lowdown on Eye Drops

Eye drops can be very helpful to temporarily relieve and combat common eye conditions such as red or dry eyes—except when they’re not (but more on that shortly). With more options appearing over the counter all the time (and don’t even get us started on all the prescription brands), it can be hard to determine…

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Need LASIK? Your Company May Help With That.

More companies than ever are focusing on helping their employees feel their best, see their best, and be their best. And we’re excited to see that so many of them recognize how important LASIK and other corrective eye procedures are to the process–particularly in a screen-glued culture of eye strain and premature ocular aging. After…

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SMILE Today for Better Vision Tomorrow

SMILE has been gaining traction around the world for the last decade—and in that short time it’s already achieved millions of spectacular results. If you haven’t yet heard of this amazing vision correction procedure, don’t worry. We’re about to share what may just be the best news of your life (or at least the best…

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Your 2018 Vision-Friendly Holiday Gift Guide

The Halloween decorations seem a thing of the past as we turn our attention to the holiday season. Thanksgiving is around the corner, and before you know it Christmas will be here too. And that means the already fast-pace you’re probably living is about to get a whole lot faster because—you know—Christmas shopping. But because…

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The Spookiest Things To See In California This Halloween

Yep, it’s that time of year again. Halloween is around the corner, and that means everyone actually wants to be scared silly. But if you’ve been experiencing the same old spooky sights (and sites) year after year, we’ve got some surprises in store for you. It turns out California is full of all kinds of…

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