Get LASIK Before Fall Allergy Season
Posted by administration on September 9, 2014
Fall is a beautiful time of year. The temperatures get cooler, colors begin to change and football season gets into full swing. But it’s hard to enjoy fall when you have seasonal allergies caused by ragweed, dust mites, molds and other airborne irritants…especially if those allergens tend to attack your eyes.
Annoyances and Dangers of Wearing Contacts with Allergies
Wearing contact lenses during allergy season can cause eye pain or irritation, and if your eyes become watery or itchy with allergies, contacts are almost impossible to keep in your eyes. Rubbing your eyes while wearing contacts can cause the lens to tear and scratch your eye or lead to an infection if a foreign object gets under the lens. Allergen particles also tend to stick to soft contacts, requiring you to clean them more often, use eye drops frequently or switch to daily-wear contacts.
Hate Your Glasses? Consider LASIK!
If you don’t like the idea of wearing your glasses to root on your favorite team, go on hayrides or even just for work every day, consider getting LASIK vision correction in Rapid City before allergy season strikes. LASIK won’t prevent your seasonal allergies, but the procedure may help you achieve 20/20 vision so you can say goodbye to glasses and contacts and hello to clear vision.
The good news is that LASIK at Wright Vision Center takes only minutes per eye, and most patients are seeing with improved vision the day after the procedure. But, you have to be approved for Rapid City LASIK before you can schedule the procedure, and that requires you have a free LASIK Consultation where Dr. Wright and Dr. Fromm will assess your eye health. Call 605-718-5123 or visit wrightvisioncenter.com today to schedule your free LASIK Consultation and get some allergy relief with LASIK.
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