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Will You Still Need Contacts After LASIK Eye Surgery?
LASIK surgery in Los Angeles can help improve your vision. Learn whether you still need contact lenses or glasses after getting laser vision surgery.Read
When Can You Wear Makeup After Laser Cataract Surgery?
Understanding recovery after laser cataract surgery helps you be prepared and for surgery to be most successful.Read
Standard vs Premium IOLs. Which is Best For Your Vision?
Want to achieve clear vision after a cataract diagnosis? Learn the difference between standard and premium IOLs and how they address cloudy vision.Read
The Difference Between MIGS and Traditional Glaucoma Surgery
While traditional glaucoma surgery is safe and effective, MIGS uses minimally invasive methods to lower intraocular pressure and protect your vision.Read
How Does the Pentacam Decide Who Is A Good LASIK Candidate?
The Pentacam is a powerful diagnostic tool that helps our ophthalmologists measure the cornea's integrity and thickness before undergoing LASIK.Read
How Safe Is Swimming After Laser Cataract Surgery?
Laser cataract surgery is a great way to improve vision issues. Avoiding swimming and a few other things are vital, however, for successful recovery.Read
How is Pseudophakia Diagnosed?
After undergoing cataract surgery, pseudophakia IOLs are artificial lenses that we implant into the eye to replace your damaged, natural lenses.Read
What to Expect After Glaucoma Surgery?
Glaucoma surgery can help treat pressure on the optic nerve, reduce the chances of vision loss, and has minimal glaucoma surgery side effects.Read
Can My Farsighted Vision Be Corrected With LASIK?
LASIK surgery in Los Angeles may be able to treat common vision issues such as farsightedness. See if you are a candidate for LASIK vision correction.Read
Comparing Laser Cataract Surgery vs. Traditional Cataract Surgery
Understanding the differences between laser surgery and traditional surgery for cataracts is important.Read
What Are the Advantages of Multifocal IOLs?
Cataracts cause negative effects that require professional treatment, like multifocal IOLs or artificial lenses, which offer a variety of benefits.Read
What Are the Causes and Symptoms of Glaucoma?
Eye pain and seeing halos around lights are common glaucoma symptoms. Improve your eye health and learn how to treat glaucoma at our vision clinic.Read
Five Common Mistakes to Avoid After LASIK Surgery
LASIK surgery in Los Angeles can correct refractive errors and improve your vision. Learn what to expect after LASIK and how to care for your eyes.Read
At What Age Do Cataracts Begin to Develop?
Cataracts happen when the proteins in the eye's lens start to break down, which causes uncomfortable symptoms, like foggy vision, halos, or glares.Read
How Long Can IOL Implants Last?
How long do cataract lenses last? Learn about the benefits and risks of laser cataract surgery in Los Angeles, including the longevity of your IOLs.Read
Can Glaucoma Cause Blindness If Left Untreated?
Caused by pressure on the optic nerve, glaucoma is a progressive disease that can lead to vision loss or total blindness without early detection.Read
Is It Possible to Fix Astigmatism With LASIK?
If you want to avoid wearing contacts or glasses and you have astigmatism, learn how LASIK reshapes the cornea, which helps improve your eyesight.Read
Who Makes A Good Candidate for Laser Cataract Surgery?
Blurry vision can prevent you from performing tasks like reading or driving. See if you are a candidate for laser cataract surgery in Los Angeles.Read
What Causes the Need for A Pseudophakic IOL?
Patients with blurry or cloudy vision may need cataract removal surgery. Learn what causes cataracts and how a pseudophakic IOL works in our office.Read
What is Microinvasive Glaucoma Surgery (MIGS)?
Glaucoma treatment has come a long way in recent years. Microinvasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) is a minimally invasive way to treat optic nerve damage.Read
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