Understanding the latest advancements in technology can seem puzzling. Choosing the right technology for your individual needs is accomplished through a personal consultation with a qualified professional. We offer the following procedures below.
Thin Flap LASIK: In the time it takes to browse this web page, the LASIK eye surgery procedure can sharpen your eyesight with microscopic precision. The amazing Thin Flap LASIK eye surgery procedure is incredibly quick and remarkably effective.
PRELEX Vision Correction: PRELEX is a vision correction procedure that is different from laser procedures such as LASIK. It permanently allows patients to get rid of the need for glasses and contacts for both distance and near. PRELEX stands for Presbyopic Lens Exchange.
AST: Advanced Surface Treatment (AST) is an excellent alternative to LASIK. Many patients who were told in the past that they were not ideal candidates for Lasik can achieve fantastic results with AST. Without making a flap, the cornea is reshaped by removing a microscopic layer of tissue. This reshaping allows light rays to focus perfectly on the retina, dramatically improving vision.
Cataract Surgery: A cataract is a clouding of the natural lens as your eye ages. This lens (located behind the iris - the colored part of the eye) works just like the lens of a camera - focusing light images on the retina which sends the images to your brain.
Crystalens: Crystalens is an accommodating intraocular lens implant which is used to provide a continuous range of vision for far away, intermediate, and close-up distances.
TECHNIS Multifocal Intraocular Lens: This exciting new technology provides increased freedom from glasses to a wide range of patients. You do not have to have a cataract to be a good candidate for this lens.
AcrySof IQ ReSTOR® IOL: Provides you with enhanced image quality and a full range of vision (far, near, and everywhere in between). You do not have to have a cataract to be a candidate for this lens.
AcrySof® IQ Toric IOL: Imagine watching a sporting event, favorite TV show, or a movie on the big screen without glasses for the first time. If you have astigmatism and wish to see across the room without glasses, consider these intraocular lenses.
The Visian ICL: They are sometimes called High Definition, Permanent Contacts.
Glaucoma: Glaucoma is an eye disease usually associated with elevated intraocular pressure (IOP) inside the eye that damages the optic nerve, resulting in vision loss. It is a chronic disease that usually has no symptoms and may damage your optic nerve before you notice actual changes in your vision.
Corneal Transplant: The cornea is the clear front "window" of the eye and provides much of the eye’s optical power by transmitting light to the interior of the eye allowing us to see clearly. Corneal injury, disease, or hereditary conditions can cause clouding, distortion, and scarring. Like frost on a glass windowpane, this cloudiness blocks the clear passage of light to the back of the eye and reduces sight.
Routine Vision Care: Routine vision evaluations are the looking glass to preventing future disease. The Eye Center's comprehensive approach to eye care includes routine, non-medical eye examinations for glasses and contact lenses.