Griffin & Reed Eye Care Vision Information
Providing crystal clear vision to Sacramento, Roseville, & nearby areas of California
On-Air Interview with Dr. Kim & Dr. Maboudi
At Griffin and Reed, we have a talented Team of Doctors and Patient Coordinators that are dedicated to providing the highest quality of eye care available. We have been performing these procedures for over twenty-five years and are leaders in our field.
We love to share our passion for LASIK and overall eye health with our community and increase awareness about Griffin and Reed and the life-changing procedures we perform. Recently two of our doctors, Dr. Kwang Kim and Dr. Nilu Maboudi, were interviewed on several radio stations by Entercom...Read More
LASIK is an excellent way for patients to reduce or eliminate their dependency on glasses and contacts. The best way to find out if blade-free, all-laser LASIK is right for you is to schedule a complimentary consultation with one of our laser vision correction surgeons.
The infographic below provides basic information about LASIK candidacy criteria. If these points apply to you, then you are likely a great candidate for LASIK. However, a comprehensive examination is necessary to know for sure.
The food that you eat impacts the health of your entire body. Your eyes are no exception; what you consume can help support your visual health. Keep reading to learn what foods might facilitate healing after blade-free, all-laser LASIK, and what foods rank among the best for continued eye health.
A Few Great Post-LASIK Foods
With some types of surgery, you can’...Read More
If you see two images instead of one, then you’re likely experiencing double vision. The images may appear side by side, stacked on top of each other, or both. This vision problem, which is also known as diplopia, can disrupt your balance, make you feel nauseous, and get in the way of daily tasks such as reading.
In some cases, double vision can signal a serious underlying medical issue. However, several treatable eye conditions can also cause diplopia. Keep reading to learn more about double vision and the treatment options here at Griffin & Reed Eye Care.
Binocular Double...Read More
Not all LASIK procedures are created equal. Two sophisticated options — blade-free, all-laser LASIK and custom, or Wavefront® Optimized, LASIK — can be combined to offer you the best possible visual outcome.
You may already know what blade-free, all-laser LASIK is. If not, the term means that the entire procedure is performed using a precise laser, including the creation of the corneal flap. However, the idea of custom LASIK may be new to you.
Custom LASIK is a next-generation approach to vision correction that offers several distinct advantages over traditional LASIK surgery. Below, you’ll find...Read More
At one point or another, you believed something that isn’t true. You might have thought that if you swallowed gum, it’d stay in your stomach for seven years. Or that lightning never strikes the same place twice.
It’s okay. We’ve all mistaken fiction for fact. However, we want to make sure that you don’t still believe any old myths about blade-free, all-laser LASIK.
Ready for Your Complimentary LASIK Consultation?
Call 916-485-2020 to schedule a free LASIK consultation with the experienced laser eye surgeons at Griffin & Reed Eye Care. We...Read More
Over time, LASIK has become a household term. In fact, you’d be hard-pressed to find someone who is completely unfamiliar with this frequently-performed method of eye surgery. Chances are you even know a few glasses and contact lens wearers who ditched their corrective lenses after gaining clear vision.
However, while most people have heard of LASIK, many of them don’t know what visual issues it can treat. LASIK is a safe and effective procedure that can help many patients improve their vision, but it doesn’t address every eye condition. Keep reading to discover what specific vision disorders blade-free, all-...Read More
While researching LASIK, you’ve probably seen the term “LASIK enhancement.” A LASIK enhancement is a secondary LASIK procedure that is performed to improve your visual acuity if you didn’t quite achieve the desired outcome from your first procedure.
It is very rare for our blade-free, all-laser LASIK patients to need a touch-up procedure. In fact, you have a higher probability of getting the results you want at our facility than anywhere else. That is because we are passionate about treating our patients like family and we go above and beyond the normal LASIK standards to provide optimal outcomes.
Out of all of the great questions that our patients ask us about LASIK, the one that we hear the most is probably “What can I expect from the post-LASIK recovery?” Since blade-free, all-laser LASIK is a surgical procedure, many people tend to assume that there is a lengthy recovery period. That isn’t the case. Most people can return to their regular routines the day after their procedure.
We’ve created the following infographic about the general timeline for LASIK recovery. At Griffin & Reed Eye Care, our laser vision correction surgeons will make sure that you know what to expect after your procedure...Read More