LASIK utilizes a laser to reshape the cornea and correct vision. Custom LASIK uses wavefront technology to give superior vision results when compared to traditional laser vision correction. If you have discussed custom LASIK with your eye doctor, you may be wondering if you are a candidate. Here, Dr. George G. Khouri of Palm Beach… Read More
Contrary to the popular expression, you shouldn’t save your tears. Your tears play an important role in your eye health and comfort. Issues with tear film or tear production can result in dry eye disease and impact eye health and vision. Here, Dr. George G. Khouri of Palm Beach Eye Center discusses how to reduce… Read More
As you age, your eyes can go through changes. These changes can cause eye floaters and flashes of light (also called flashes). If you are experiencing eye floaters and/or flashes then this article is for you. Here, Dr. George G. Khouri of Palm Beach Eye Center explains when you should worry about eye floaters and… Read More
Did you know that Contact Lens Health Week is celebrated in August? Every year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) collaborates with partners to organize Contact Lens Health Week during the third full week of August. It is a time to increase public awareness and promote healthy contact lens wear and care. This… Read More
If you’ve been diagnosed with diabetes, getting your blood sugar under control is imperative. It not only can mean the difference between life and death, but also the difference between vision and blindness. Dr. George . G. Khouri of Palm Beach Eye Center explains the various ways in which uncontrolled blood sugar can damage vision.
Are you ready to get rid of eyeglasses and contact lenses and see clearly with laser eye surgery? You have various options for treating nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism. LASEK or Laser Epithelial Keratomileusis is a newer and less invasive procedure. Dr. George G . Khouri of Palm Beach Eye Center explains how LASEK blends LASIK… Read More
Cataracts are a virtually inevitable part of aging. Anyone fortunate enough to celebrate their 80th birthday almost certainly has cataracts. However, this clouding of the lens usually starts decades earlier. Most of the time, cataracts develop slowly. Most people do not notice the early effects. Eventually, the clouding does affect vision. Dr. George G. Khouri… Read More