Custom Wavefront Optimized

Custom Wavefront Optimized Lasik Surgery is a more individualized treatment than the traditional LASIK vision correction procedure. The unique features of your eye are studied using Wavefront technology in order to provide you with your individual, ideal vision.Unlike conventional LASIK treatments, custom ...

Topography-guided Laisk Surgery

Topography-guided Laisk Surgery is the most precise and individualized laser vision treatment in the U.S. The latest FDA approved LASIK eye surgery treatment, Topography-Guided LASIK reshapes both the surface texture of the cornea and the shape of the eye, as opposed to just the shape of the eye as ...

PRK Eye Procedure

PRK (Photo Refrractive Keratectomy) Laser Eye Surgery is similar to Custom Wavefront Optimized LASIK, as it involves using a laser to reshape the cornea. However, instead of forming a flap in the cornea to treat the deeper layers, the surgeon polishes a thin outer layer of the cornea. PRK treatment may be the best ...

Posterior Capsulotomy

Oftentimes when cataract surgery is performed the capsular bag, which stays in the eye, becomes cloudy over time. An in-office laser surgery can treat this condition. The surgery lasts about 5 minutes. You will be requested to arrive at the surgery center approximately one hour before the surgery appointment ...

Advanced Lens Implants

During Cataract Surgery, an Intraocular Lens (IOL) is implanted in your eye to replace the natural lens that has become a cataract. The many types of IOLs include astigmatism-correcting IOLs, monofocal IOLs, or multifocal IOLs. Implantation of the recently FDA-approved premium IOLs can now be partially ...

Phakic Oils

Phakic Iols, also known as intra-ocular contact lenses, are specifically for people who suffer from severe nearsightedness or severe farsightedness and who have not had any previous corrective eye surgery. Individuals who are good candidates for Phakic IOL surgery usually are not for the more common surgeries, ...

Endoscopic (ECP)

Endoscopic CycloPhotoagulation is used to control the over production of fluid in the eye. Excessive fluid causes increased intra-ocular pressure/glaucoma. The treatment is commonly used to manage open-angle glaucoma to treat the ciliary body around the circumference of the eye ...

Selective Laser (SLT)

The objective of Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty (SLT) in open-angle glaucoma patients is to facilitate the draining of fluids out of the eye. This reduces pressure that may cause damage to the optic nerve and vision loss. SLT is usually recommended if the patient ...

Laser Iridotomy

Laser Iridotomy treats narrow-angle glaucoma, which is necessary to be dealt with as a medical emergency. In narrow angle glaucoma, the pressure inside the eye rises rapidly, which causes damage to the delicate optic nerve. If not treated quickly, this may result in ...