Non-surgical Glaucoma Treatment: Eye Drops

by: Advanced Laser | August 4, 2016

A patient receiving glaucoma eye drops

Glaucoma is one of the most diabolical of all diseases. At its onset, when it is most treatable, it produces few if any notable symptoms. Then, in its later stages when it does produce symptoms, irreparable damage has usually already occurred to the patient’s optic nerve, affecting his or her vision permanently. Unfortunately, there is

Why Routine Eye Exams Are Important

by: Advanced Laser | July 6, 2016

Alcok_Why_Routine_Eye_Exams_Are_ImportantRoutine eye exams are one of the most important tools your eye doctor has for keeping tabs on your vision health, and providing you with the best eye care possible. It’s also the perfect opportunity for your eye doctor to catch any issue with your eye health at an earlier stage, and address them before

Getting LASIK Eye Surgery Just in Time for Baseball Season

by: Advanced Laser | April 13, 2016

The grass is cut, the gloves are popping, and baseball diamonds everywhere are springing back to life after their winter slumber. If vision problems are keeping you from enjoying your favorite team on the field, now is the time to learn more about LASIK.

Baseball is a game of angles and speed, where split-second reactions

What is the Success Rate of PRK Surgery?

by: Advanced Laser | August 21, 2015

PRK surgeryThe team at Advanced Laser Center of Oklahoma is pleased to provide answers and info to all patients. This focus on education and information is what makes us one of the leading laser eye surgery centers in the Oklahoma City area.

We have received a number of questions lately about PRK, a highly effective laser

Non-Eye Diseases That Can Be Detected with Eye Exams

by: Advanced Laser | July 21, 2015

An eye chart to test visual acuity from a distanceThe Health Benefits of Regular Eye Exams

At Advanced Laser & Cataract Center Oklahoma, we encourage our patients to undergo routine eye exams at our Oklahoma City office for numerous reasons. First and foremost, doing so allows our team of eye care experts to detect, diagnose, and treat eye disorders and diseases in their earliest

Intacs® Corneal Inserts: An FDA-approved Treatment for Keratoconus

by: Advanced Laser | June 20, 2015

A patient undergoing an eye exam after being diagnosed with keratoconusKeratoconus can be a frightening disease, as it is progressive and has no known cure. While many patients have been able to achieve good results as their vision declines by wearing rigid gas permeable contact lenses, some eventually have to undergo corneal transplant surgery. However, some of these patients may be able to delay surgery