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February marks Age-Related Macular Degeneration Awareness Month, a time to spotlight the importance of early detection and management of this condition.
Corneal transplants become necessary when diseases, infections, or injuries compromise the cornea, leading to diminished vision or discomfort. When traditional treatments prove ineffective, Dr. Liu steps in with four distinct types of corneal transplants, each tailored to specific conditions.
Are you tired of reaching for your glasses first thing in the morning? Do you wish you could enjoy sports, swim, or read a restaurant menu without relying on contact lenses? If so, LASIK might be the solution you’ve been searching for.
Cataracts are a common age-related eye condition that can cloud your vision, but the good news is that they no longer need to disrupt your life.
In this blog, we’ll explore the remarkable world of EVO ICL; and how it’s revolutionizing the way we approach vision correction.
In this article, we delve into the intricacies of the Light Adjustable Lens and explore the characteristics that define the ideal candidate for this groundbreaking procedure.
With our state-of-the-art LASIK technology, personalized patient care, and comprehensive range of procedures, we are your partner on the path to visual freedom. Schedule a consultation today and take the first step towards a life without visual limitations.
The Light Adjustable Lens, or LAL, is an intraocular lens (IOL) that is surgically implanted into the eye to replace the natural lens during cataracts surgery.
Staar Surgical Announces FDA Approval of the Visian Toric ICL for the Correction of Myopia with Astigmatism Staar Surgical announced that the FDA has granted approval of the PMA supplement for the Visian Toric ICL for the correction of myopia with astigmatism. This approval represents an expansion of the Implantable Collamer Lens (ICL) product line for the correction of refractive error in patients with both myopia and astigmatism. “Our toric lens can treat a much larger range of astigmatism—up to 4 diopters—with a single procedure, significantly benefiting the patient,” Caren Mason, President & CEO of Staar Surgical, said in an … Read more…
TAKE THE FOLLOWING QUIZ TO FIND OUT 1. Do you have a family history of glaucoma? Glaucoma runs in families, so if you have a first degree relative with glaucoma, you are at increased risk! 2. Do you take any steroid medications including pills, creams, eye drops, or inhalers? Steroid medication reduces the outflow of fluid from your eye and increases your risk of glaucoma. 3. Do you have diabetes or hypertension? These conditions affect the blood vessels of the eye and make you more at risk for glaucoma. 4. Are you Japanese or African American? These groups are more … Read more…