William S Goldstein, MD Blog

Are You Healthy Enough For LASIK?

November 18, 2016 — by William Goldstein
Tags: Lasik Lasik Surgery Lasik Macomb County Bladeless Lasik Lasik Health

Overall health is important when patients from Macomb County are considering LASIK Surgery.

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November 8, 2016 — by William Goldstein
Tags: Lasik Lasik Surgery Lasik Macomb County Michigan Bladeless Lasik Lasik Myths

Patients who want LASIK surgery in Macomb County, Michigan should be aware of the myths and truths about surgery.

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Nearsightedness explained

August 22, 2016 — by William Goldstein
Tags: Nearsightedness Myopia Lasik Surgery

Nearsightedness, also known as myopia, is a very common focus problem for patients in Michigan. What is myopia? And can it be treated with LASIK surgery?

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Good LASIK Candidate?

July 29, 2016 — by William Goldstein
Tags: Good Lasik Candidate Lasik Lasik Surgery Icl Surgery

Many factors are involved in figuring out who is a candidate for LASIK.

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Best LASIK Surgeons Have Experience

July 14, 2016 — by William Goldstein
Tags: Best Lasik Surgeon Lasik Lasik Surgery Lasik Surgeon

The best LASIK surgeons have extensive experience with LASIK surgery. Read about the things you should ask your surgeon before having laser eye surgery.

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Facts to Know About LASIK

July 11, 2016 — by William Goldstein
Tags: All Laser Bladeless Lasik Lasik Surgery Lasik Surgeon In Michigan

Learn about the facility, technology and surgeon when gathering your facts to know about LASIK. This will make surgery safe and successful.

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Choosing the Best LASIK Surgeon

July 6, 2016 — by William Goldstein
Tags: Lasik Lasik Surgery Best Lasik Surgeon Detroit Michigan

Choosing the best lasik surgeon in Detroit, Michigan is a difficult, and very important task. Dr. William Goldstein is one of the most experienced LASIK surgeons in the state, with the highest success rates and the lowest complication rates.

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LASIK Eye Surgery, What Should You Consider?

April 20, 2016 — by William Goldstein
Tags: Lasik Surgery Lasik Lasik Surgery Troy Lasik Eye Surgery

LASIK, the acronym for Laser-assisted in-situ Keratomileusis is a surgery done to correct vision in individuals who suffer from nearsightedness or farsightedness. People with astigmatism can also undergo LASIK.

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LASIK With Diabetic Patients

March 29, 2016 — by William Goldstein
Tags: Bladeless Lasik Surgery In Detroit Lasik Lasik And Diabetes Lasik Surgery

Can a diabetic Patient Undergo LASIK? The popularity of laser eye surgery has increased by leaps and bounds as a growing number of people are looking for freedom from their lenses or glasses. Two key kinds of laser eye surgery are LASEK and bladeless LASIK surgery Detroit. Most people prefer to undergo LASIK as its recovery period is more comfortable and faster. A majority of the patients can resume their work, as well as, normal activities within a few days of undergoing LASIK surgery. On the other hand, for LASEK, it takes more days of recovery time. There are some specific cases where an eye surgeon may ask you to go for LASEK particularly if you are active in contact sports. But a key question that many people have in their mind is whether it is safe to undergo LASIK with Diabetic patients. The answer to this question is that it will depend on various factors. Some of the concerns are listed below. Healing process may be slower It is known that people who are ailing fr

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LASIK Surgery Financing

March 21, 2016 — by William Goldstein
Tags: Lasik Surgery Lasik Surgery Financing

If you ve worn either glasses or contacts for years on end, LASIK can really be a welcome alternative. However, it is often an expensive one. Read on to find out how you can get help with your LASIK surgery financing, or how you can pay for it in a way you can actually afford. 1) Health Insurance The thing is, most health insurances claim that LASIK is an elective, cosmetic procedure. However, if you have an underlying condition that requires you to get LASIK, your insurance may help cover some of the costs. How do you do this? By looking through insurance plans carefully before buying one, and even looking at various eye insurance plans. While insurance is unlikely to help you redeem the full cost of the surgery, in some limited cases, it can help partially fund it. Be warned, however, that this can be an arduous process, and only a few people manage it. 2) Health Savings Account Ask your banker or your employer about setting up a health savings account and start putting m

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