June Cataract Awareness Month
Did you know that 75% of people who’ve had cataract surgery wish they had done it sooner? Many people also say that surgery was easier than they expected! Cataracts take years to develop, so they can be easy to ignore. However, have you noticed your vision getting cloudy? Maybe the world looks like an impressionist… Read More
SMILE Laser Vision Correction
It’s time! Time to set your eyes free! Free from limitations in your vision, free from glasses and contacts, free to see your best and be your best. It’s time to SMILE (SMall Incision Lenticule Extraction)! SMILE is a state-of-the-art laser vision correction or LVC for short. Maybe you’re new to LVC or maybe you’ve… Read More
SMILE Testimonial with Joshua G.
One of our patients discusses his experience with getting SMILE (SMall Incision Lenticule Extraction) and the struggles with wearing contacts and glasses, especially foggy glasses due to wearing face masks to protect against and limit the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus). “My name is Joshua, I’m an operations analyst for a construction company here in Houston.”… Read More
Star Wars Day, May the Fourth be with you
Because it’s Star Wars Day, May the Fourth be with you! View more information on the most advanced LASIK technology in the galaxy! According to Wikipedia, Star Wars Day, May 4, celebrates George Lucas’s Star Wars media franchise. Observance of the commemorative day spread quickly through media and grassroots celebrations. The date was chosen for… Read More
Dr. Justus Thomas updates about coronavirus and the eyes
JustusVision with Houston Eye Associates, Kingwood is open and here for you. You can also schedule a TeleHealth virtual visit online or call (281) 858-EYES. So we all know that it’s very important not to touch our nose and our mouth to avoid contracting the virus in case we have a particle on our hands,… Read More
What is the difference between traditional LASIK and SMILE?
Well, all LASIK adjusts your sight by reshaping your cornea to correct your vision. The cornea is the eye’s clear, protective outer layer. With traditional LASIK, there is a two-step process: one laser makes a circular incision creating a small flap from your corneal tissue. Then, another laser reshapes your eye and corrects your vision…. Read More