Conventional LASIK is an exceptional procedure to help patients with nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism attain better vision. The procedure is performed using a microkeratome to create a flap on the cornea. The flap is lifted back and a laser is used to reshape the cornea. Read More.
Custom LASIK is another state-of-the-art procedure offered to treat individuals with nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. Custom LASIK is similar to conventional LASIK; however, the procedure applies advanced computerized tracking techniques as well as three-dimensional wave scan technology, which records each patient’s unique vision characteristics and aberrations for a completely personalized treatment. Read More.
Intended for patients with nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism, IntraLASIK works just like Custom LASIK with the added advantage of using advanced IntraLase® laser technology to create the corneal flap for a completely bladeless experience for patients. IntraLASIK is the 100 percent laser-guided approach to LASIK surgery, giving our surgeons superb accuracy and control over the procedure. Read More.
Cataracts occur when the natural lens in the eye becomes clouded, impairing vision. Cataract and lens implant surgery at our practice is now a highly developed outpatient procedure that does not require needles or sutures. We use some of the most modern lens implants available, which can help minimize the use of corrective eyewear at all distances. Read More.
Glaucoma is one of the leading causes of blindness in individuals. Patients suffering from glaucoma have a variety of treatment options available to help reduce the pressure within the eye. We can use topical eye drops as well as advanced laser surgery methods such as trabeculoplasty, iridotomy, and cyclophotocoagulation. We also offer conventional surgery for extreme glaucoma cases. Read More.
Our practice offers vision restoration treatments for aging eyes. These treatments are mostly concerned with improving eyesight in patients suffering from age-related macular degeneration, the leading cause of blindness for individuals over age 65. These modalities include magnifying devices, closed circuit TV, and large print materials, as well as surgery. Read More.