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4 Reasons Why Spring Is The Perfect Time To Get LASIK Surgery

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It is finally spring and the weather is starting to warm up, which means you are probably looking forward to ball games, gardening, and other outdoor activities. Spring signals a new beginning for many people and we happen to think it is the perfect time to get LASIK eye surgery. LASIK has improved the lives… Read More


Phakic IOL

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Phakic Intraocular Lenses (IOLs) are lenses surgically placed behind the cornea. Phakic IOLs are used as an alternative to LASIK for nearsighted patients with severe prescriptions or corneas that are too thin for LASIK. Phakic IOLs do not change the shape of the cornea, but are placed inside the eye. The eye’s natural crystalline lens… Read More


Cataract Surgery

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 What is Cataract Sugery? As we age, so do our eyes. The crystalline lens in every human eye eventually becomes yellowed, cloudy, and rigid. This is called a cataract, and it blocks and distorts light. When cataracts start to significantly affect vision, Cataract Surgery offers a solution. The natural lens of the eye is removed… Read More


Is Eye Surgery Safe?

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Your eyes and your vision are invaluable. Eye surgery is safe. Every aspect of it: diagnostic testing, laser manipulation, cornea access techniques, and lens access techniques. In fact, eye surgery is often safer than typical contact lens use. Every year, 15% of contact lens wearers experience some kind of eye infection. By contrast, only 0.01%… Read More


Correcting Cataracts and Astigmatism: Understanding the Difference

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Cataracts and astigmatism are two very different things. A cataract is the clouding of the natural human lens, typically occurring after the age of 60. Astigmatism is an irregularity of the shape of the cornea, and it generally presents itself in the teens or early twenties. Astigmatism is usually hereditary, whereas cataracts are age-related. In the past… Read More


4 Common Myths About Glaucoma

4 Common Myths About Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a condition that occurs when increased pressure in the eye damages the optic nerve and causes progressive permanent vision loss. It is one of the leading causes of vision loss but unfortunately, it is widely misunderstood by most people. Many people don’t understand the seriousness of glaucoma or understand the importance of regular… Read More


Cataracts in the Springtime

Welcome Spring! Temperatures will soon start to rise and robins will begin gathering in the yard. Every day we wish for the clouds to part, so that sun lurking just behind can break out and we can finally feel the full warmth of a new season. Sadly, for people with cataracts, that magical moment when… Read More


Save Your Vision Month: 5 Ways to Preserve Your Vision for a Lifetime

March is “Save Your Vision” month, so we’re sharing the 5 most important things you can do to preserve your vision for a lifetime. 1. Don’t skip your annual eye exam. The importance of an annual (60 and over) or biannual (under age 60) eye examination cannot be overemphasized. The sophistication of this eye exam also must be… Read More


Struggling With Dysfunctional Lens Syndrome?

Dysfunctional Lens Syndrome, or DLS, is a common, progressive loss of function of the lens inside the eye. It is an age-related condition which occurs in everyone between the ages of 45 and 60. DLS is characterized by the progressive loss of the natural flexibility and clarity of the lens. At first, DLS is largely unnoticeable,… Read More


What is Refractive Lens Exchange (RLE)?

Refractive Lens Exchange (RLE), also called Clear Lens Exchange (CLE), is a procedure with twofold benefits for the aging eye. During the surgery, the eye’s natural crystalline lens is replaced with an artificial lens. This artificial lens corrects any existing nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism, and also eliminates the patient’s inevitable future development of cataracts in… Read More


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