Surgery Center Blog
What Can Cause Ptosis in Adults?
Ptosis can cause the upper eyelids to droop down. Our ophthalmologists describe how eyelid surgery works and how it makes you look and feel younger.Read
Should I be Driving After Cataract Surgery?
You will not be able to drive following cataract surgery, so it’s necessary to plan for someone to take you home.Read
What Vision Problems Will a Refractive Surgery Correct?
Refractive surgery can correct common refractive errors, like nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism.Read
What are the Benefits Of Premium Intraocular Lenses (IOLs)?
Premium intraocular lenses have multiple benefits for you and your vision. Keep reading to learn more.Read
What Treatments are Available for Narrow-Angle Glaucoma?
Narrow-angle glaucoma can cause rapid, permanent vision loss, but a laser peripheral iridotomy (LPI) can protect your sight and eye health.Read
Don't Let Saggy Eyelids Interrupt Your Vision. Consider an Eyelid Lift
An eyelid lift offers two major benefits and can restore your vision while giving you a more energized and youthful appearance.Read
What are the Signs of A Damaged Cornea?
If you’ve damaged your cornea, you may experience eye pain, discomfort, and numerous visual problems, including blurriness and glare.Read
Can Smoking Cause Cataracts to Develop in the Eyes?
Smoking does increase your risk of cataracts. See how simple options, like cataract surgery, can remove the cloudy lens so you can see clearly again.Read
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