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Merry Christmas from Williamson Eye

Holiday Office Hours: Closed Monday, December 26th and Monday, January 2, 2022 From all of us at Williamson Eye Center, we wish you the happiest of holidays! Thank you for being a loyal patient and for supporting us in doing what we love most… changing the way people see the world.  In case you’ve missed it,… Read More

When to See an Optometrist vs. an Ophthalmologist for Eye Exams

You need to have your eyes examined, no matter who you are or your age. Keeping your eyes healthy is essential, and vision-stealing eye conditions are more common than you think. The older you are, the more your risk for these eye conditions increases.  Therefore, you should start seeing your ophthalmologist for eye exams more… Read More

8 Tips If You’ve Never Worn Contact Lenses Before

Are you finally going to try out contact lenses? Contact lenses can be a great alternative to traditional glasses. There are a lot of different kinds of contact lenses to choose from, made from many types of materials and made to be worn for different periods. Your eye doctor will help you determine what kind… Read More

Is the PanOptix Trifocal IOL a Good Fit if I Have an Active Lifestyle?

Do you need cataract surgery? A critical component of the procedure is the IOL you choose. IOL, short for an intraocular lens, is an artificial lens that replaces your eye’s natural lens. Cataract surgery involves removing your natural lens where a cataract has formed and replacing it with an IOL. There are several kinds of… Read More

How to Prepare After Choosing the Best Cataract Surgeon in Baton Rouge

Have you decided it’s time to have cataract surgery? Cataract surgery is the only way to remove cataracts and restore your clear vision. But you may be wondering how you can prepare before having the procedure. You may be anxious or nervous if you don’t understand what to expect. Luckily, cataract surgery is one of… Read More

Why Cataract Surgery Can Give You a Whole New View on Life

Cataracts are prevalent in adults over 40. In fact, cataracts are the leading cause of preventable blindness worldwide. Many people with cataracts don’t realize they have them at first because they typically develop slowly over time. Cataracts develop when the natural lens in your eye becomes cloudy, impacting your ability to see clearly. As cataracts… Read More

6 Things Your Eye Doctor Wants You to Know Before Your Next Appointment

Seeing your eye doctor for regular appointments is as important as going to the dentist or having your physical. These eye exams help ensure that your eyes are healthy and stay that way.  Going to the eye doctor is the only way to ensure your eyes are healthy. How often you need to go depends… Read More

Why the Light Adjustable Lens Could Be the Premium Lens for You

Do you think you may have cataracts? Is your vision blurry, or do you need a new prescription, what seems like monthly? These can all be signs of having cataracts. If you’re considering cataract surgery, an essential part of the procedure is what kind of intraocular lens to choose. You’ll make this decision with your… Read More

It’s Time to Tackle Dry Eyes this Allergy Season

Spring has sprung, and with it comes plenty of pollen and allergy symptoms if you suffer from seasonal allergies. Allergy season is here, and if your eyes are feeling drier than usual, you may have allergies to thank for increased feelings of discomfort. Struggling with allergy symptoms can be frustrating, but your frustration can build… Read More

FREE Live LASIK Event: Let’s Taco ’bout LASIK!

Ever wondered if LASIK is right for you? If you haven’t had time for a consultation yet, please join us for a FREE after-hours event to learn all about the procedure, watch a LIVE LASIK procedure and be entered to win big prizes like $500 off your surgery and designer sunglasses! Plus, enjoy taco Tuesday… Read More

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