Welcome to our blog! Within this regularly updated feature of our website, we will provide visitors with practice news and specials, as well as information regarding the most recent technological advances and new treatments in ophthalmology.
We believe that patient education and open communication with your doctor are the keys to achieving healthy, fully functional results and patient satisfaction, which is why we strive to provide the highest quality of ophthalmologic care for patients of all ages. This is done by combining technical skill and broad experience with cutting-edge technology for impeccable medical results.
We sincerely appreciate you taking the time to visit our new blog. Please check back often to learn about the latest news, updates and additions to the practice and within the field of ophthalmology.
Over time, you may start to show signs of aging. These signs are often most visible on our faces and can appear as sagging skin, wrinkles, lost volume, and fine lines. If you’re looking for an effective treatment that can tackle fine lines, wrinkles, and other marks of aging, a liquid facelift can be an […]
Signs of aging typically start to show up on your face, especially on your eyelids, since they have fragile and delicate skin. If you have noticed that your eyes look more tired even when you’re alert or have been told you look exhausted all the time, a blepharoplasty may be able to help. A blepharoplasty […]
Do you want more freedom to focus on the things you enjoy? Choosing to have PRK will add precious time back into your everyday routine and allow you to be more spontaneous. No more worrying about cleaning and disinfecting your contact lenses daily or forgetting to bring your glasses on your next vacation. PRK is […]
Before cataract surgery, you’ll need to choose an artificial intraocular lens, also known as an IOL, to replace your natural cloudy lens. A premium lens implant can be an excellent choice if you wish to reduce or eliminate your need for glasses or contacts. With these advanced lenses, you can participate in most everyday activities […]
Diabetic eye disease or diabetic retinopathy is a complication of diabetes that affects the eyes and can lead to vision loss. It happens when blood vessels in your retina get damaged. The retina is the light-sensitive tissue that lines the back of your eye. Anyone with type one or type two diabetes can develop diabetic […]
Summer means spending more time outdoors soaking up the sunshine and enjoying the weather. However, it also means inevitably exposing your eyes to the sun’s UV rays. Not only can the sun damage your skin, but it can also hurt your eyes. Keep reading to learn more about the damaging effects of the sun and […]
Macular degeneration or age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a condition that causes damage to the macula. The macula is the small area in the middle of the retina. It’s responsible for your clear, sharp, straight-ahead vision and allows you to see the world in color. Without treatment, macular degeneration can lead to significant and irreversible […]
The cornea is the transparent layer of tissue in the front of your eye. It allows light to pass through so you can see clearly. If you have a damaged or diseased cornea, it can distort your vision and lead to painful swelling. Luckily, keratoplasty or a corneal transplant can restore your vision and reduce […]
Have you always wanted to see the world through your own eyes and not behind glasses or contacts? Laser Vision Correction can make this possible. It can correct common refractive errors like nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism, enabling you to live your life less dependent on glasses and contact lenses. Keep reading to learn six reasons […]
Macular degeneration or age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a progressive eye condition that can cause permanent vision loss. This means that the condition worsens with time. There are two kinds of AMD: dry and wet macular degeneration. Keep reading to learn more about macular degeneration and the treatment methods available! What is Macular Degeneration? At […]