Argon Laser Trabeculoplasty (ALT)
The most common type of laser surgery performed for open-angle glaucoma is called Argon Laser Trabeculoplasty (ALT).
Over fifty percent of people over the age of 60, and quite a few younger than that, suffer from cataracts.
Comprehensive Eye Examination
A comprehensive eye exam will evaluate not only how well you see, but also identify potential eye diseases.
If the cornea becomes cloudy as a result of corneal disease, the only way to restore sight is to replace or transplant the cornea.
Customized Laser Vision Treatment
LADARVision® CUSTOMCORNEA® is the process of reshaping your cornea to reduce or eliminate both lower and higher order aberrations
Descemet’s Stripping Automated Endothelial Keratoplasty
DSAEK is a new technique that can help some patients who previously required a full thickness corneal transplant.
Diode CycloPhotocoagulation (DCP)
Diode CycloPhotocoagulation or DCP, is an exciting development in the management of many types of glaucoma including the more common open-angle glaucoma and narrow-angle glaucoma.
Filtration Surgery (Trabeculectomy)
Filtration surgery, also called trabeculectomy, is a treatment for several types of glaucoma including open-angle and narrow-angle glaucoma.
Fluorescein angiography is a clinical test to look at blood circulation in the retina at the back of the eye.
In laser iridotomy, a small hole is placed in the iris to create a hole for fluid to drain from the back of the eye to the front of the eye.
Limbal Relaxing Incisions (LRIs)
Limbal relaxing incisions (LRIs) treat low to moderate degrees of astigmatism.
Macugen is a new treatment for neovascular (wet) age-related macular degeneration.
The goal of pan-retinal photocoagulation is to prevent the development of new vessels over the retina and elsewhere, not to regain lost vision.
A posterior capsulotomy is a non-invasive laser procedure to eliminate the cloudiness that occasionally interferes with a patient’s vision after cataract surgery.
One way to alleviate dry eye is to help the eyes to make better and longer use of the small amount of lubricating tears they do produce.