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An eye exam should be conducted every year to assess the overall health of your eyes and sharpness of your vision to identify any concerns or changes.

Dry eye syndrome develops when the eye is unable to produce enough moisture to keep the cornea healthy or when poor-quality tears are created.

Eyelid lesions are fairly common and often go away on their own, but in some cases, professional treatment is necessary to regain optimal health.

Common eye infections can arise from bacteria, a virus, or fungus and can cause mild to severe symptoms, including itching, burning, and redness.

Pterygium, or surfer's eye, is an abnormal triangular-shaped growth that develops on the eye when exposed to excessive UV rays, sand, and/or wind.

Contact lenses and prescription glasses are some of the most common forms of ocular correction for patients of all ages who have poor vision.

Refractive correction surgery is performed to address a wide variety of vision concerns, such as age-related vision loss, nearsightedness, and more.

LASIK is one of the most popular laser treatments, offering effective results for patients of all ages who have vision impairments, like astigmatism.


Photorefractive keratectomy uses advanced laser technology to carefully remove the top layer of corneal tissue to access the cornea for correction.

Refractive lens exchange is an ocular procedure that safely removes the eye's natural lens and replaces it with an artificial lens to improve vision.

A cataract is not a growth on the eye but is actually the cloudy effect that patients experience when protein in their eye has begun to deteriorate.

Traditional cataract surgery involves the removal of the eye's natural lens to correct poor vision that has developed over time with advanced age.

Laser cataract surgery is a modern procedure that safely and effectively removes cataracts from the eyes with state-of-the-art laser technology.

Glaucoma is actually a collection of eye diseases that cause damage to the eye's optic nerve, which can result in impaired vision or even blindness.

Flashes and floaters are the result of particles that develop within the eye because of changes in the gel-like substance or vitreous in the eyeball.

Retinal tears and detachments occur when the vitreous body separates from the retina and damages the retina itself in the process of splitting.

Diabetic retinopathy develops when blood vessels in the retina become inflamed and/or damaged due to poor blood pressure of patients with diabetes.

Macular degeneration is an age-related disease that causes dimmed or distorted vision that is the result of the natural deterioration of the retina.

Keratoconus is a hereditary disease that develops gradually due to thinning or changes of the cornea, which can cause severe vision impairment.

A superficial keratectomy treats the outer layer of the cornea to carefully remove damaged or scarred epithelial tissue that is causing poor vision.

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