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Can I Get New Prescription Lenses In My Same Frames?

Many patients are hesitant to replace their frames when they get a new prescription.  Glasses often become more than just part of your look – they become part of your identity!  Not to mention, new frames can be expensive. So you may be wondering, can I keep my same frames

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How Can I Keep My Glasses From Smudging?

Feel like your glasses are always smudged or dirty?  You’re not alone! Many people who wear glasses have a hard time keeping their lenses clean and clear.  Smudges can leave you unable to see clearly or even obstruct your vision completely. The good news is, there are a few simple

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How Often Should I Get New Glasses?

  Not sure if you need new glasses? LA Eye and Laser is here to help you figure out if it’s time to change your specs!  With over 40 years of experience, we know each and every patient is different. While everyone should get a regular eye exam, not everyone

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Can I Get A Glasses Prescription Filled Without A New Exam?

Got a glasses prescription, but no glasses?  Well the good news is that you’re not alone and you probably don’t need a new eye exam.  This of course depends on your particular situation. As long as your prescription hasn’t expired, you can fill it without having to get a new

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Can Cataracts Grow Back After Removal?

Cataract surgery is a very common procedure that usually takes ten minutes or less and has a reasonable recovery time.  Some of our cataract patients ask us if cataracts can grow back after surgery. Because cataract surgery completely removes your natural lens, it is actually impossible for cataracts to grow

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Why Can’t I Sleep On My Side After Cataract Surgery?

Cataracts are a common issue with older adults, smokers, individuals with previous eye injuries, or those who have spent significant time in the sun.  Surgery is currently the only treatment for cataracts. Fortunately, cataract surgery has become extremely routine and can take as little as 10 minutes.  While some patients

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