Surgical Options for Keratoconus: Corneal Crosslinking Combined with ICL

Surgical Options for Keratoconus: Corneal Crosslinking Combined with ICL

If you have been diagnosed with keratoconus, you probably have many questions. This condition causes progressive changes to your cornea, the clear structure at the front of your eye, leading to deteriorating vision and possible scarring if left untreated. In the past, keratoconus often progressed to the need for a corneal transplant. Today, corneal cross-linking,…

What is Lens Replacement Surgery?

What is Lens Replacement Surgery?

Your crystalline lens, the disc shaped structure behind the colored part of your eye, is a structure that flexes and adjusts shape to focus light at different distances as it travels through the eye.  As you age, your natural lens becomes less flexible and has trouble focusing light, especially if you are trying to read…

Recovery Time After LASIK Surgery?

Recovery Time After LASIK Surgery?

Glasses or contacts can interfere with your daily activities in many ways. If you prefer an option that lets you spend less time worrying about corrective lenses, it may be time to consider LASIK. This vision correction procedure uses a computer-guided laser to help you see more clearly. While many people worry about needing a…

What is PRK Eye Surgery?

What is PRK Eye Surgery?

Did you know you can enjoy all the benefits of laser vision correction even if you are not a candidate for LASIK? PRK is another type of laser eye surgery that dramatically improves your vision using a unique technology that makes it ideal for most people, even those with thin corneas or conditions that affect…