Surgery Center Blog
At Precision Surgery Center of Napa Valley, providing patient education is of utmost importance to us. From glaucoma surgery and cataract procedures to knee arthroscopy, hand surgery, and more, our blog features in-depth discussions on some of our most frequently asked questions and commonly performed surgeries. Explore our blog to learn more about our advanced approach to surgical care.
What Are the Symptoms of Chronic Wrist Pain?
Symptoms of wrist pain can vary widely, ranging from mild discomfort to severe aches, swelling, and a clicking sound, affecting your quality of life.Read
How Long Can Tendons Take to Heal After Tendon Surgery?
Tendon surgery recovery involves careful stages from initial inflammation to full healing, taking weeks to months, guided by our orthopedic surgeons.Read
What Can Shoulder Arthroscopy Diagnose?
Shoulder arthroscopy can be used to diagnose a wide range of issues in the shoulder, such as rotator cuff tears, shoulder instability, and more.Read
Choosing the Right Premium Intraocular Lens for Your Visual Needs
Premium IOLs improve your vision if you have cloudy vision from cataracts. Learn about premium lenses from a trained ophthalmologist at our clinic.Read
How to Know if Your Peripheral Nerves Are Damaged
Peripheral nerve damage may cause problems like muscle weakness, numbness, and tingling. See how surgical procedures may help heal the affected area.Read
What Is Recovery Like After Cataract Surgery?
Small incision cataract surgery can reduce age-related issues like cloudy vision. Read about cataract surgery recovery and how the process works here.Read
What Signs Indicate the Need for Knee Arthroscopy?
Issues like knee pain and stiffness can be debilitating. Learn about knee arthroscopy and see how we address common problems with the knee joint.Read
What are the Common Signs of Cataracts to Look For?
Watch out for these vision changes that may indicate cataracts.Read
Will I Still Need Contacts or Glasses After Refractive Surgery?
Refractive surgery is a quick, safe, and effective way to improve one’s vision and reduce reliance on glasses and contacts.Read
What Happens During a Laser Peripheral Iridotomy?
Laser peripheral iridotomy (LPI) helps glaucoma patients by increasing fluid drainage within the eye and reducing harmful intraocular pressure.Read
How Do I Know if I am a Candidate for MIGS?
An eye exam can detect and diagnose glaucoma, and determine your overall eye health, letting us know if you’re a good candidate for MIGS.Read
What Happens During Blepharoplasty?
Blepharoplasty removes the excess skin and fat from the eyelids to correct the sagging, tired look that may result as we age.Read
How Long is the Recovery From Refractive Surgery?
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.Read
How Can I Tell If I Need a Corneal Transplant?
Who needs a corneal transplant, how is the procedure performed, and what can you expect after surgery? Find the answers here.Read
How Can Glaucoma Patients Benefit From Trabeculectomy?
Glaucoma patients may suffer from high intraocular pressure, even with medication. Learn about advanced treatments like trabeculectomy at our clinic.Read
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
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