LASIK is more accessible than ever, with innovative technology and a vast selection of laser eye centers to choose from. It may sound hard to believe, but LASIK is for almost anyone. Not only is it affordable and offered all over the country, but a large percentage of potential LASIK patients also make suitable candidates… Read More
Oculoplastic surgery is one of the more common types of cosmetic surgery. One of the reasons for this is a procedure called blepharoplasty. There are many reasons why someone may want to have blepharoplasty. If you wish you could look younger, more refreshed, or struggle with saggy eyelids, a blepharoplasty may be worth considering! While… Read More
No matter how old you are, regular visits to your doctor are essential for staying healthy. But it isn’t enough to see your primary care physician once a year. Just like you need regular dentist appointments to make sure your teeth are healthy, you need regular eye exams to make sure your eyes are healthy… Read More
Did you know that cataract surgery is the most commonly performed medical procedure in the United States? Cataracts will affect almost half of the population by the time they are 75 years old. So it isn’t surprising that the one effective treatment for them is so popular. Cataract surgeons perform the procedure on a regular… Read More
Do you not qualify for LASIK or suffer from presbyopia? You may be a good candidate for a procedure called a refractive lens exchange. Keep reading to learn more and to see if it may be suited for you!
For individuals in their forties, fifties, or sixties, declining vision seems like it’s just part of life. But it may be a sign that you have cataracts and need to have cataract surgery. What can make cataracts and the surgery confusing is understanding when to have surgery, or even knowing if you have cataracts. Keep… Read More
There’s no time like the present to change your life. One of the best ways to do this is by getting a procedure like LASIK. It may seem unlikely, but achieving visual freedom and saying goodbye to your glasses and contacts (for good!) can change everything! Keep reading to learn about 7 small ways LASIK… Read More
If you wear glasses or contacts, you may have already started considering whether you could qualify for LASIK. But like any surgical procedure, it’s not right for everyone. Here’s the good news: only between 15-20% of people are not good LASIK candidates! That means there’s a very high chance that LASIK could be the right… Read More
If you’re 40 years of age or older, you could already have a mild cataract and not even know it! Cataracts most commonly occur as a normal part of aging. They take years, if not decades, to form and develop. You may wonder if there is anything you can do to reduce your risk of… Read More
Dr. Hamrah said there is hope for patients with neuropathic corneal pain. Our practice focuses on all aspects of eye care, including neurological impacts. Dr. Pedram Hamrah researches and helps patients with neuropathic corneal pain from natural or surgical causes. To read the full article from the Wall Street Journal, click here.