A cataract is clouding that develops in the lens of the eye, slowly reducing vision and the ability to complete everyday tasks. When a cataract interferes with daily activity, surgery can be performed to remove the cataract and restore clear vision.
Refractive surgery performed with an excimer laser, without a corneal flap, to reshape the surface of the cornea and make clear, glasses-free vision.
Surgery to replace part of a cornea or the entire cornea to improve vision is called a corneal transplant or keratoplasty and includes PK, DSAEK and DALK among others.
INTACS for Keratoconus
Keratoconus is corneal thinning that leads to an irregular shape of the cornea. Intacs are surgically placed within the cornea to help restore a more normal and regular corneal surface to improve vision.
Refractive surgery performed with an excimer laser, with a corneal flap, to reshape the surface of the cornea and make clear, glasses-free vision
Dry Eye Center
Dryness of the eyes can lead to a red, irritated and painful ocular surface and blurry vision. Our Dry Eye Center will evaluate your dry eye situation and offer solutions to ease the pain and blur of dry eyes.
Meibomian Gland Disease (MGD) is the leading cause of dry eye and ocular discomfort and it’s TREATABLE. Learn more about Dry Eye and MGD. Find out if you have MGD today.
Cornea Collagen Cross-Linking
In corneal cross-linking, doctors use eyedrop medication and ultraviolet (UV) light from a special machine to make the tissues in your cornea stronger. The goal is to keep the cornea from bulging more.