Also known as “surfer’s eye,” a pterygium is an abnormal growth on the eye that can affect anyone who spends a lot of time outdoors. Now that summer is in full swing, people are heading to the beach to dip into refreshing ocean waters and bask in the sunlight. Enjoyable as they may be, these… Read More
For some people with thin corneas, PRK may be a better vision correction option than LASIK. Although LASIK surgery has long been considered the gold standard for vision correction, the popular procedure isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution. For a number of reasons, some people may find that LASIK isn’t a good option for their vision correction… Read More
For patients with extreme prescriptions, presbyopia, or abnormal corneas, clear lens exchange may offer a long-lasting vision solution. While LASIK surgery is an excellent vision correction option for many patients, it’s not a one-size-fits-all solution. For patients with extreme prescriptions that may be subject to change, presbyopia, or particularly thin corneas, LASIK is often not… Read More
With a success rate of 90 percent for good candidates, corneal transplant surgery is a highly-effective way for patients with damaged corneas to improve their vision.
LASIK surgery is a safe, effective way for people struggling with blurry vision to restore their eyesight, but the procedure can sometimes result in short-term dry eye. Here’s what patients should expect after their procedures.
Cataract surgery has a great success record, but patients must follow certain procedures to make sure their recovery goes smoothly.