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Understanding the Common Signs of Cataracts

Cataracts are the leading cause of vision loss in the United States and affect approximately 24 million American adults over the age of 40. Cataracts are a natural part of aging and can happen to anyone and do occur in most adults. As we get older, the lenses in our eyes can gradually start to […]


Wondering What to Expect After LASIK?

Laser vision correction has been around for many years and is constantly evolving with technology. Dr. Frank Burns prides himself on constantly staying up to date on technology and making sure his patients are comforted during the whole process. Many people only think about the process leading up to LASIK, but our office wants to […]


Give the Gift of Clear Vision This Season

Welcome to the most wonderful time of the year! The holidays are in full swing and what better way to end the year than giving you or a loved one the gift of sight! Your eyes should be the most important part of your life and here at Middletown Eye Care in Middletown, KY our […]


Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness

November marks Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month, which here at Middletown Eyecare in Middletown, KY we want to increase awareness of diabetes and diabetic eye disease and encourage people with diabetes to seek treatment for vision problems related to diabetes. The main type of diabetic disease that occurs within the eye is diabetic retinopathy, which […]


The Difference Between Glaucoma & Cataracts

While both glaucoma and cataracts are degenerative (progressive) eye conditions that can cause permanent vision loss, the two are completely different. Dr. Frank Burns proudly provides the diagnosis and treatment of both these conditions, and we will further explore the differences. Glaucoma is a disease which damages the optic nerve that carries information from the […]


What’s New in LASIK Today?

Lamellar-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis, commonly known as LASIK, has been performed in the United States since the late 1990s. Prior to the introduction of LASIK, photorefractive keratectomy, or PRK, was the main refractive surgery procedure done in the U.S. PRK vs. LASIK The difference between the two procedures is that PRK uses an Excimer laser […]


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