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Dr. Rubinfeld Appears in Ocular Surgery News

Ocular Surgery News article

No one likes walking around with fogged-up glasses all day, and in our continuing era of COVID-19 and mask-wearing, more and more people have been having LASIK in order to avoid this uncomfortable fate.

Given this influx of LASIK patients over the last year-and-a-half, a prominent international ophthalmology journal, Ocular Surgery News, spoke with Dr. Rubinfeld about this trend as well as the option of LASIK treatments available for patients. And, look! They even put him on the cover (see above).

You can read the full article here, and we’ve selected some excerpts from the article below:

Another reason for increased LASIK volume is that masks make eyes dryer and more uncomfortable, reducing comfort and wear time of contact lenses, according to Roy Rubinfeld, MD.

“As refractive surgeons, we have been hoping that ore people would take advantage of these remarkable technologies because we are at a simply extraordinary level of safety and efficacy,” Rubinfeld said.

If you or someone you know is looking to join the many people who have had laser vision correction since the pandemic began, we’re here for you, your family and friends. Reach out at any time to set up a free consultation with Dr. Rubinfeld himself.

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