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Contact Lenses and Dry Eyes

Contact lenses are a common cause of dry eyes. Dr. William Goldstein explains what dry eyes symptoms are, along with possible treatment options.

Posted by William Goldstein on Apr 09, 2019

Good Candidates for Contact Lenses

Contact lenses are great for improving vision if you want to avoid wearing glasses and undergoing laser eye surgery. Let's see who are ideal candidates.

Posted by William Goldstein on Jan 06, 2017

Contact Lens Eye Damage

Blindness can occur with improper contact lens wear and care. Read the Men's Journal article to learn more about contact lens eye damage that can…

Posted by William Goldstein on Sep 16, 2016

Contact Lenses Damage Eyes

Contact lenses damage eyes, most often when patients choose to sleep in them. Contact lens users can minimize risk in Michigan by limiting wear time.

Posted by William Goldstein on Aug 26, 2016

LASIK vs Contact Lenses

Comparing LASIK vs contact lenses in the long run shows that LASIK is superior on several fronts; safety and cost are 2 of the many…

Posted by William Goldstein on Jul 25, 2016

How Can You Prepare for LASIK Eye Surgery?

LASIK, the acronym for LASer In-situ Keratomileusis is an extremely popular surgery done to correct the vision of people who suffer from nearsightedness, farsightedness and…

Posted by William Goldstein on Dec 02, 2013

Why are blue eyes blue?

The sappy 70's song "Don't it make my brown eyes blue" inevitibly leads us to think about whether brown eyes can be turned blue. Maybe…

Posted by William Goldstein on Jun 27, 2011

Astigmatism, a Common Cause of Blurry Vision

Astigmatism is one of the most mistunderstood terms in eye care. In fact, it almost sounds like a life-threatening disease when some patients talk about…

Posted by William Goldstein on Jun 20, 2011

Dr. William S. Goldstein

Laser Eye Care Center

William S. Goldstein, MD, has been practicing laser eye surgery since 1991. He was one of the first doctors to offer advanced eye care in all of Michigan and is a member of several prestigious organizations: 

  • American Board of Ophthalmology
  • American Academy of Ophthalmology
  • American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons

If you are ready to enhance your vision, call our office at (586) 323-2020 or request a consultation online.

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