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Dermatochalasis & Blepharoplasty

Dermatochalasis & Blepharoplasty

WHAT IS DERMATOCHALASIS? Many people, as they age, notice saggy or loose skin on top of their eyelids. At times the skin may even touch the eyelashes. This is called dermatochalasis, which just means “too much skin.” This can be merely cosmetic o...

Happy Young Patients After PRK Procedure

What To Expect After Your PRK Procedure

The PRK procedure was the forerunner of LASIK. It is still performed today for certain patients, and it remains a reliable alternative providing excellent results. Since PRK is performed differently from LASIK, the postoperative recommendations are s...

Lens Implant

How To Choose The Best Lens Implant

You have made the decision to have cataract surgery. Your cataract has caused you to miss out on some daily pleasures and it now interferes with your active lifestyle. The next choice is upon you. You are wondering how to choose the best lens implant...

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6 Benefits Of An Intacs Procedure

Intacs were originally developed to treat mild versions of myopia or nearsightedness. Now they have become an FDA approved medical device extremely effective in reducing or eliminating nearsightedness and astigmatism in patients with keratoconus. If ...

Eye

What is an Amniotic Membrane and How is it Used?

Most of us are familiar with the term amniotic with regard to the protective fluid around a fetus before birth. However, it has other special properties useful in eye surgeries and injuries. Let’s investigate what an amniotic membrane is and how it...