Cataract

What is Laser Cataract Surgery?

The restorative ability of cataract surgery has come a long way over the past 10 years. The continued evolution of the femtosecond laser to perform the majority of the cataract procedure (rather than the older manual method) allows the surgeon and patient to aim for even greater accuracy when calculating postoperative uncorrected vision. This spectacle independence is… Read More


4 Possible Symptoms Of Cataracts

4 Possible Symptoms Of Cataracts

The professional opinion is that you should see your doctor at least once every two years, but many Americans barely make it to their doctors every five. In fact, there’s a distressing number of people who simply don’t pay their eye doctor a visit at all. As a result, they are at a significant disadvantage… Read More


What To Do If A Loved One Refuses To Get Cataract Surgery

What To Do If A Loved One Refuses To Get Cataract Surgery

For many of us, the only thing scarier than personal health problems is the health problems of our loved ones. It can be especially scary if that loved one is reluctant to get the care they need, in the form of medication or surgery. Almost half of all Americans will have cataracts by the time… Read More


Top Ten Myths About the Eyes and Vision

Top Ten Myths About the Eyes and Vision

You have probably heard a lot of these myths over the years and often wondered how true they are. Below, we’ve listed the top 10 myths we’ve heard through talking with patients. What are some others you have heard? 1. Myth: Eating carrots will improve your eyes Fact: Carrots are rich in vitamin A, which is important for a… Read More


3 Common Myths About Cataracts

3 Common Myths About Cataracts

Cataracts are the leading cause of blindness in the world. Despite the rather sophisticated methods that have been developed to remove cataracts, approximately 51 percent of the world’s population is blind due to cataracts. This is due to a lack of resources and access. While the procedure for cataract removal is straightforward and relatively accessible in the Western… Read More


Why you should wear sunglasses in the winter

Why you should wear sunglasses in the winter

During the sunny summer months we make sure to apply sunscreen and sport our shades on a regular basis, but Dr. Francisco Burgos of Katzen Eye Group says that we should be wearing those same sunglasses in the winter time too. Dr. Burgos, who acts as Katzen Eye Group’s director of refractive surgery services and… Read More


When should my child have his/her first eye exam?

When should my child have his/her first eye exam?

This is probably one of the most common questions I receive. First it is helpful to understand how vision develops: Newborn to 6 months: infants should start tracking objects, responding to visual stimuli, and making eye contact during this time. Occasional misalignment (crossing or wandering) may be normal during this time, but should not be… Read More


Seeing Our Way To A Clearer Future

Seeing Our Way To A Clearer Future

Vision is considered to be the most valuable and informative of our senses. Excellent vision and healthy eyes don’t just happen by chance, but are dependent upon so many factors, many of which we each have significant control over. While we have no influence over any genetic predisposition, everything else is fair game. This discussion… Read More


Cataract

Cataract

One of the few things guaranteed in life is: if we all live long enough, we will get cataracts. They are a by-product of birthdays. The three vision concerns we worry about as we have birthdays, other than needing glasses, are cataracts, glaucoma & macular degeneration. The prevalence of Macular Degeneration is 1.5% for the… Read More


Keep your eyes safe!

Keep your eyes safe!

April is the Academy of Ophthalmology’s “Eye Safety Month”, designed to draw attention to sports, toys, and other activities which may pose a risk of an eye injury and to educate the public in injury prophylaxis. Most eye injuries are preventable. Almost 50% of injuries occur during sports and recreational activities and most occur in… Read More


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Towson, MD 21204
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