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Cataract Surgery at It's Best

By editor
June 26, 2019

....It’s one of the safest medical procedures, with 98-99% success rate.  It’s a 10-15 minute procedure that gives you back your ‘joy’de vive’. Cataract surgery brings the vision and lifestyle back whether it’s golf, crafts, hunting,  sports or sewing.  Now, with the laser assisted cataract surgery you are up seeing clearly enough to drive the ... read more


Welcome to our Family

By editor
June 26, 2019

                                                        Family attitude, family values. Some families do it a lot better than others do. They welcome new members in a way that makes them glad to be ... read more


Will I still have to wear glasses after cataract surgery?

By editor
June 26, 2019

  Vision correction after Cataract Surgery is typically achieved through the implantation of a permanent artificial intraocular lens. The implanted lens replaces the clouded lens which is known as a cataract. In most cases, those patients who have the traditional or monofocal type lens implanted will likely need glasses for reading or close up work. ... read more


Are there contact lenses that replace reading glasses?

By editor
June 26, 2019

A lot of patients ask if they can get contacts that would let them get rid of their reading glasses. For most people the answer is yes! Lenses like the Purevision Multifocal and the Air Optix Multifocal offer great vision in a very healthy lens material. And here's another suggestion: some patients who naturally have ... read more


“Because I have macular degeneration, does that mean I will go blind?”

By editor
July 20, 2017

Patients often ask how Age Related Macular Degeneration (ARMD) may affect their vision in the future.  To some degree it is normal to see some findings in the retina consistent with ARMD in the population of patients over 60 years old. Small yellow drusen (deposits under the retina made up of lipids, a fatty protein) ... read more


Snow Blindness is Real

By editor
February 4, 2016

Yes, there truly is such as thing as snow blindness. In fact, in the world of ophthalmology, it is known as Photokeratitis. It also may be referred to by several other terms including arc eye, welder's flash, bake eyes, corneal flash, niphablepsia, or (if you don't like that one, how about) keratoconjunctivitis photoelectrica. Say that ... read more


Most Advanced Cataract Surgery

By editor
August 10, 2015

How Laser makes it even better Over the last few years there has been an innovation in the use of lasers during cataract surgery. To understand how this changes surgery you must first understand non-laser cataract surgery. CURRENT SURGERY The first step is to make a few small incisions with a blade so that the ... read more


Thinking about LASIK?

By editor
October 20, 2014

Thinking about LASIK? Perhaps seeing some video testimonials of others who have had LASIK will help you decide. Some of our patients had different visual problems and conditions before they had the procedure. One of them may be similar to your situation. Click on the photo above to watch Chris tell of his LASIK experience ... read more


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