Cataract Surgery

Cataract Surgery

Cataract is a common eye issue that can be treated. Cataracts are caused by a build-up of proteins in your eye. Consequently, your lens gets cloudy and blurry. This is a natural age related occurrence that, unfortunately, happens to many people as they age. In fact, more than half of those over 80 years old […]

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Scleral Fixation

Scleral fixation of the intraocular lens (SFIOL) is a surgical procedure used to secure an intraocular lens (IOL) in place when in-the-bag IOL implantation is not an option. Sutured and sutureless SFIOL are the two main approaches that surgeons can take.

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Squint Surgery

A squint, or strabismus, is a condition where both eyes don’t point in the same direction. It’s more common in young children, but can occur at any age. With strabismus, one eye may turn inward, outward, upward or downward while the other eye looks straight ahead. This can happen all the time or it may

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Entropian (Lid Surgery)

Entropion is a condition where your eyelid turns inward toward your eyeball. This can cause the skin and eyelashes on your eyelid to rub against your eye, which can be uncomfortable and irritating to your cornea (the front part of your eye). Entropion surgery is most commonly performed in order to improve the appearance of

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Glaucoma Surgery

Glaucoma Surgery

Glaucoma is a common eye condition that causes pressure inside the iris (the colored part at the front of your eye) to increase — and this can eventually damage the entire nerve in the back of your called the optic nerve. It’s usually caused by the building up of fluid, which increases pressure. It can

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Ptosis Surgery

Ptosis is a condition where the upper eyelid droops down over the eye. The eyelid may only droop a little bit, or it could be severe enough that it covers the pupil. This can limit or even block normal vision. Ptosis surgery, also known as eyelid surgery, is a procedure to tighten the muscle that

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Pterygium Excision

A pterygium is a growth of the conjunctiva that extends onto the cornea. These growths can occur on either side of the eye and are often wedge-shaped. Pterygiums are also known as surfer’s eye because they commonly occur in people who spend a lot of time outdoors in the sun. Pterygium surgery is a procedure

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Retinal Detachment (RAS)

Retinal detachment is a serious eye condition that occurs when the retina (a light-sensitive layer of tissue at the back of the eye) is pulled away from its normal position. This can happen if the jelly-like substance that fills the center of your eye breaks loose and pushes against the retina. If not treated promptly,

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Corneal Tear Repair

A corneoscleral laceration is an injury involving the cornea and sclera and may occur following blunt, penetrating, or perforating ocular trauma. The injury may occur at work, during sports, after a motor vehicle accident, or due to airbag inflation. A corneoscleral laceration may be the only injury; injuries to other structures in the eye such

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