What Is a Lazy Eye?

We’ve all heard the term “lazy eye,” but what does it mean? Every day, we see patients here at SightMD. Some have a lazy eye or other conditions like ptosis or strabismus. Keep reading to learn more about these conditions! “Lazy eye” isn’t the right term A lazy eye is a generic term that implies… Read More


Is LASIK Right For You?

No matter how annoyed you may be with wearing glasses or contacts, you need to decide if LASIK is right for you. There’s no doubt that glasses are cramping your style or your contacts are drying your eyes out. But like any surgery, not everyone will qualify for LASIK. Keep reading to learn more about… Read More


Doctor, I Think I Have Pink Eye

Patients often come into our office telling us they have pink eye. We also get patients who get a referral from their primary doctor with pink eye that’s not getting better. “Pink eye” is a colloquial term that means the white part of the eye is “pink.” It’s not a medical diagnosis at all. What… Read More


Why Can’t I Get LASIK While Breastfeeding?

With a new baby, adjusting can be tough. Being a first-time mom is a beautiful thing, but it’s not without its struggles. It can be especially difficult for new mothers who wear glasses or contacts. Where did you put your glasses when you went to catch a few hours of sleep before being back up?… Read More


Innovation Enhances Eye Care Through Research

When it comes to innovation, it’s important to realize that research is a component. At SightMD, we realize this and are currently involved in several studies. Keep reading to learn more! Studies We Are Currently Involved In As the director of clinical research at SightMD, I am happy to provide an overview of current studies…. Read More

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