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VSP Eyes of Hope Disaster Response

Assistance is available at Williamson Eye Center for those needing essential eye care or have lost or damaged glasses. Our partners at VSP are providing resources to patients who need emergency or essential eye care or have lost or damaged their glasses due to the hurricane through their Eyes of Hope Program. VSP® Members can call 800.877.7195 to have… Read More


A New Perspective: Our LASIK Coordinator Finally Decided to Have LASIK

Darian Gautreaux spends her days motivating others to have LASIK Surgery. On July 30, 2021, she decided to follow her own advice and stop putting up with blurry vision. We’re excited to have Darian as a guest blogger today to share her new perspective from the other side of the laser. I have been working… Read More


What Is An Implantable Contact Lens?

Many people wear contact lenses because of their convenience over glasses. What if there was another option for correcting your vision that didn’t require LASIK? You may not know about a refractive procedure called the Visian ICL that corrects myopia or nearsightedness. The Visian ICL is an implantable contact lens that can improve your vision… Read More


8 Things To Expect During Your Cataract Surgery Recovery

Cataracts occur when proteins in the lens of the eye begin to clump together. When these proteins clump together, it is harder for light to enter the eye, negatively impacting your vision. For many people with cataracts, this means experiencing blurry vision, seeing halos around lights, and other frustrating symptoms. The good news is that… Read More


Why Corneal Cross-Linking is a Big Deal

Do you or someone you love have keratoconus? It may seem dire, but it doesn’t have to be. One of the most effective treatment options for people with progressive keratoconus is corneal cross-linking. Keep reading to learn more about why corneal cross-linking is a big deal!


What You Need To Know About Specialty Contact Lenses

Do you wear contact lenses? When it comes to wearing contacts, there are many kinds to choose from. As a result, it can be a little overwhelming to choose the best type for your eyes. Most people can use soft and rigid contact lenses. If you have a more complicated prescription, corneal conditions, or dry… Read More


Could The Light Adjustable Lens Be Right For You?

Do you have cataracts? If you do, you may have already started thinking about what kind of intraocular lens you’ll have implanted during cataract surgery. It’s an incredibly crucial part of cataract surgery, as it’s the reason why you can see clearly after the procedure. But since there are so many IOLs to choose from,… Read More


Introducing Corneal Cross-Linking in Baton Rouge

With yesterday being World Keratoconus Day, it was a great time to announce a new service that we’ve introduced for the Greater Baton Rouge Area: Corneal Cross-Linking. In case you missed it on our social media pages, today we’re recapping everything you need to know about the Keratoconus disease, signs and symptoms, and treatment options… Read More


Dry Eyes: What it is and Why You Shouldn’t Ignore it

Dry eyes. Gritty, itchy, burning and uncomfortable eyes.  Some patients even complain of tearing with dry eye because of the irritation.  Sound familiar? Millions of people in the U.S. report dry eye symptoms, so it isn’t surprising that at some point, you might share in this unpleasant experience.  Dry eyes are common and can become… Read More


5 Reasons Why You Should Get an Eye Exam Annually

Needing glasses and contact lenses can be a real hassle.  Buying them is expensive and you need an updated prescription to order them. It is what makes online eyewear stores so appealing.  But, in trying to convince you of their convenience and general awesomeness they tell you, perhaps only subtly, that it is okay to… Read More


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