Should I Consider Premium IOLs?

Closeup of older persons face profile

Everyone is born with natural lenses on their eyes. These lenses, much like the lens of a camera, help the eye see and focus on objects. As we get older, these lenses can get clouded, “foggy”, and less effective in helping us see clearly [This normally happens as the result of cataract development but can… Read More

Introducing the KAMRA® Inlay – For a life without reading glasses

You don’t need to wear reading glasses any more! After years of success around the world, in 2015 the FDA approved the KAMRA Inlay procedure in the United States – a procedure that will reduce or eliminate dependence on reading glasses. Why Near Vision? Nearly all adults over the age of 40 experience great frustration with near… 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

What is Age Related Macular Degeneration?

What is Age Related Macular Degeneration?

Age-related macular degeneration, often call AMD, is the leading cause of irreversible vision loss among people who are age 60 and older.  It is estimated that 10 million people will experience this disorder during their retirement years.  Macular degeneration is a disorder of the retina. The macula is a small central portion of the retina which… Read More

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