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What Is The Recovery Time for Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery?

OAV Team | 05/08/2021

When you’re looking for glaucoma treatment in Los Angeles, CA, consider minimally invasive eye surgery.

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Is an Intraocular Contact Lens An Alternative to LASIK?

OAV Team | 04/23/2021

For those with high myopes, ICL offers a more effective way to restore vision in Los Angeles, CA.

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Answering Questions About Your Eyes and COVID-19

OAV Team | 04/15/2021

Learning about COVID-19 and the eyes is important to maintain your eye health in Los Angeles, CA.

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How Does Refractive Lens Exchange Treat Farsightedness?

OAV Team | 04/10/2021

When you want to correct farsightedness, schedule a consultation to learn more about refractive lens exchange.

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Do Blue-Blocking Lenses Reduce Eye Strain From Screen Time?

OAV Team | 03/30/2021

Learning how to reduce eye strain and to treat dry eye syndrome is important for optimal eye health.

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What Type of Vision is Improved With A Multifocal IOL?

OAV Team | 03/26/2021

A multifocal IOL is one of many cataract lens options offered at OAV near Los Angeles, CA to those looking to improve their vision.

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How Long Can You Have Cataracts Before Going Blind?

OAV Team | 03/16/2021

Find out how cataracts affect vision and how laser cataract surgery in Los Angeles can help.

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Can You Transmit COVID Through The Eyes?

OAV Team | 03/11/2021

Learn about COVID eye symptoms during an eye exam at our Los Angeles, CA, office.

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When Should You See A Doctor for Glaucoma?

OAV Team | 02/27/2021

Glaucoma is a serious eye disease that can lead to vision loss without timely care. Find out when to visit an eye doctor for glaucoma treatment.

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Dr. Peter Zeegen helps to Immunize the Community

OAV Team | 02/24/2021

Dr. Peter Zeegen helps to Immunize the Community

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Can I Get Rid of My Glasses After LASIK?

OAV Team | 02/16/2021

Knowing what LASIK does to improve your vision helps you make the best decision for your eye health.

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What Type of Vision is Corrected With the TECNIS Symfony® IOL?

OAV Team | 02/11/2021

The TECNIS Symfony IOL can be used during cataract surgery in order to provide high-quality vision at close, intermediate, and far-away distances.

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What MIGS Treatment Option is Best for You?

OAV Team | 01/28/2021

Patients diagnosed with glaucoma in Los Angeles can look into many treatment options. Learn about Minimally Invasive Glaucoma surgery at our clinic.

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Will You Still Need Contacts After LASIK Eye Surgery?

OAV Team | 01/20/2021

LASIK surgery in Los Angeles can help improve your vision. Learn whether you still need contact lenses or glasses after getting laser vision surgery.

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When Can You Wear Makeup After Laser Cataract Surgery?

OAV Team | 01/13/2021

Understanding recovery after laser cataract surgery helps you be prepared and for surgery to be most successful.

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Standard vs Premium IOLs. Which is Best For Your Vision?

OAV Team | 01/09/2021

Want to achieve clear vision after a cataract diagnosis? Learn the difference between standard and premium IOLs and how they address cloudy vision.

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The Difference Between MIGS and Traditional Glaucoma Surgery

OAV Team | 12/29/2020

While traditional glaucoma surgery is safe and effective, MIGS uses minimally invasive methods to lower intraocular pressure and protect your vision.

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How Does the Pentacam Decide Who Is A Good LASIK Candidate?

OAV Team | 12/23/2020

The Pentacam is a powerful diagnostic tool that helps our ophthalmologists measure the cornea's integrity and thickness before undergoing LASIK.

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How Safe Is Swimming After Laser Cataract Surgery?

OAV Team | 12/12/2020

Laser cataract surgery is a great way to improve vision issues. Avoiding swimming and a few other things are vital, however, for successful recovery.

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How is Pseudophakia Diagnosed?

OAV Team | 12/09/2020

After undergoing cataract surgery, pseudophakia IOLs are artificial lenses that we implant into the eye to replace your damaged, natural lenses.

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