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Am I a Good Candidate

Are You A Candidate For Vision Correction ? The Ideal Candidate: There are times when our practice must turn away patients because they are not a good candidate for the procedure and our number one concern is not the number of patients we bring in but the quality of care…

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Micro-LASIK®

What are the benefits of Custom Micro-LASIK®? The #1 reason for most individuals:  Freedom from the limitations and inconveniences of glasses and contact lenses, not having to remember your glasses, look for your glasses, remembering your contacts and to take them off or clean them each and every day Eliminate…

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All Laser LASIK

Commonly referred to as “All-laser LASIK,” “Intralase,” “bladeless LASIK,” and a number of other terms.  Z-LASIK is a technique that uses a special laser to create the corneal flap, rather than a microkeratome. Typically used to treat: Myopia Hyperopia Astigmatism   What is Z-LASIK? Z-LASIK is a technique used to…

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PRK

You have many options when it comes to vision correction. Please call 1-888-539-2211 to schedule a free consultation with our knowledgeable staff. Typically used to treat: · Myopia What is PRK? Stage 1: Accessing the corneal stroma · PRK (Photorefractive Keratectomy) – PRK completely removes the corneal epithelium, in order to gain…

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LASEK

You have many options when it comes to vision correction. Please call 1-888-539-2211 to schedule a free consultation with our knowledgeable staff. For patients that have very thin, or abnormally shaped corneas, Laser Epithelial Keratomileusis (LASEK) may be the only option.  First performed in 1987, the LASEK technique preserves the…

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Visian ICL

You have many options when it comes to vision correction. Please call 1-888-539-2211 to schedule a free consultation with our knowledgeable staff. The Visian ICL (Implantable Collamer® Lens) is a state-of-the-art solution that’s ideal for anyone with the need or desire for quality vision correction.  Produced by STAAR® Surgical Company,…

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Intacs

Typically used to treat: · Keratoconus · Myopia (Nearsightedness) What is Intacs? Intacs(also known as Intracorneal Rings, ICRs, and Corneal Ring Segments) are two tiny half rings designed to permanently correct vision when placed within the eye. They are made of a special biocompatible plastic that has been used in…

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Pterygium

Typically used to treat: · Pterygium · Pinguecula What is Pterygium? Pterygium is a growth of the conjunctiva that grows onto the cornea.  The conjunctiva is the clear tissue that covers the sclera (the white part of the eye) and also lines the inside of the eyelids.  The exact cause of…

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Kamra Inlay

The KAMRA inlay treatment is an eye procedure that restores near vision and frees you from the constant frustrations of reading glasses. It is ideal for active people looking to no longer depend on reading glasses or contact lenses for their everyday activities.

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Orthokeratology

Imagine if you could correct your nearsightedness and reduce your dependency on corrective lenses (glasses and contact lenses)… while you sleep! It might sound far-fetched, but it's a reality for many people. It's called Orthokeratology, or Ortho-K, and it is available at IQ Laser Vision. With an increase in the…

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Cataracts & Premium IOLs

What is Cataracts? Cataracts develop gradually over time as natural proteins within the eye structure and clump together, causing obstruction to vision.  It is a natural part of aging and nearly everyone gets cataracts, typically after age 60.  A cataract is a clouding of the lens in the eye that…

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LRI (Limbal Relaxing Incision)

Typically used to treat: · Astigmatism o    Cataract Patients What is LRI? Limbal Relaxing Incision, or LRI, is a procedure in which partial thickness incisions are made at the corneal periphery (edge of the cornea) in order to treat corneal astigmatism.  The small incisions “relax” the curvature of the cornea…

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Corneal Cross-Linking

Corneal Cross-Linking is a procedure which uses UV light and a photosensitizer to age and strengthen chemical bonds in the cornea. By strengthening the chemical bonds, we are able to slow down/stop the progression of irregular changes in the corneal shape, thus making the cornea more receptive…

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