Surgery Center Blog

Surgery Center Blog

How Long is the Recovery From Refractive Surgery?

Our Team | 09/11/2022

Refractive surgery improves your vision so you can see things clearly up close and far away. Learn what to expect after LASIK with our trusted team.

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How Can I Tell If I Need a Corneal Transplant?

Our Team | 08/06/2022

Who needs a corneal transplant, how is the procedure performed, and what can you expect after surgery? Find the answers here.

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How Can Glaucoma Patients Benefit From Trabeculectomy?

Our Team | 07/08/2022

Glaucoma patients may suffer from high intraocular pressure, even with medication. Learn about advanced treatments like trabeculectomy at our clinic.

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What Can Cause Ptosis in Adults?

Our Team | 06/11/2022

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.

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Should I be Driving After Cataract Surgery?

Our Team | 05/07/2022

You will not be able to drive following cataract surgery, so it’s necessary to plan for someone to take you home.

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What Vision Problems Will a Refractive Surgery Correct?

Our Team | 04/08/2022

Refractive surgery can correct common refractive errors, like nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism.

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What are the Benefits Of Premium Intraocular Lenses (IOLs)?

Our Team | 03/18/2022

Premium intraocular lenses have multiple benefits for you and your vision. Keep reading to learn more.

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What Treatments are Available for Narrow-Angle Glaucoma?

Our Team | 02/06/2022

Narrow-angle glaucoma can cause rapid, permanent vision loss, but a laser peripheral iridotomy (LPI) can protect your sight and eye health.

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Don't Let Saggy Eyelids Interrupt Your Vision. Consider an Eyelid Lift

Our Team | 01/08/2022

An eyelid lift offers two major benefits and can restore your vision while giving you a more energized and youthful appearance.

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What are the Signs of A Damaged Cornea?

Our Team | 12/04/2021

If you’ve damaged your cornea, you may experience eye pain, discomfort, and numerous visual problems, including blurriness and glare.

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Can Smoking Cause Cataracts to Develop in the Eyes?

Our Team | 11/16/2021

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.

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