Fact: Your genes have an impact on your need for glasses, but it is not the only factor. Myth: If your parents don’t wear glasses you will also never need glasses. …
Myth: A cataract is a growth on the white area of your eye. Fact: Inside our eyes, we have a natural lens. The lens bends light to help us see clearly. The lens should be clear.
Patients with Keratoconus can often just not get spectacles or contact lenses that they can see clearly with.
Fact: Modern LASIK does not affect night vision and may even improve it. Myth: LASIK makes your night vision worse
Myth: Babies are born with their eyes fully-grown. Fact: A baby's eyes that are approximately two-thirds of their full adult size at birth.
Myth: If you are a contact lens wearer and have dry eyes you cannot have LASIK Fact: Soft contact lenses soak up tears and make eyes experience gritty discomfort, this does not mean that you have dry eyes. In the MO Price Three Year Lasik Study comparing dry eye symptoms in contact lens wearers that continued using contact lenses to those who had LASIK, the LASIK patients did better.