Mandel Vision Newsletter ~ In Focus ~ September 2018 Highlights

Mandel Vision Newsletter ~ In Focus ~ September 2018 Highlights

We discuss the ocular benefits of omega-3 fatty acids, everything you need to know about LASIK eye surgery and more in our latest Mandel Vision  ~ In Focus ~ Newsletter.

September is Healthy Aging Month!

The eyes are the windows to the soul…and your health!

In fact, signs of systemic diseases often appear in the eyes before the rest of the body, so an annual eye exam can protect more than just your eyesight.

Click here to lean more about the types of eye conditions that affect us as we age.

This Month’s Featured Eye Health Tip

Omega 3 Supplements and Dry Eye Syndrome_Mandel Vision_Blog PostOmega-3 fatty acids have been shown to reduce the symptoms of dry eyes in some patients.

The key to the effectiveness of omega 3 fatty acids is twofold: obtaining the right ratio of omega 6 (polyunsaturated fats) to omega 3 fatty acids (essential fatty acids) and ensuring the body’s optimal absorption of these fatty acids.

Click here to read more.

LASIK 411

Can I drink alcohol on the day of my LASIK surgery?

Drinking alcohol dehydrates you, which can also dry out your eyes.  We want your eyes to be in the best possible condition as you heal on the day of your LASIK surgery, so save the cocktails and the celebration for the next day!

Click here for more LASIK FAQ’s.

New on the Blog

Everything You Need to Know about LASIK at Mandel Vision

This blog post touches on everything you need to know about LASIK eye surgery at Mandel Vision.  This includes information on our free consultations, preparation for the surgery, payment options and post-operative care.  LASIK eye surgery is a safe and effective procedure which can correct nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism.  There’s even an option available for presbyopia (monovision), the need for reading glasses after age 40.  Dr. Mandel specializes in laser vision correction (LASIK and PRK) and has performed thousands of successful surgeries.

Click here to read the full blog post.

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