Are you going to the eye doctor? You should! Routine eye exams are essential for keeping your eyes healthy, especially if you’re over 40 or need to wear glasses or contacts due to a refractive error. Remembering to go to the eye doctor can take time and effort. The first step is getting an appointment… Read More
Do your eyelids look droopy or saggy? Does it feel like you look older than you are? You may be a good candidate for eyelid surgery. Eyelid surgery is quite common and can treat several different conditions. While eyelid surgery can be purely cosmetic, it can also serve a significant medical purpose. To better understand… Read More
Did you know that the most common reason that people over 50 lose their vision is a condition called age-related macular degeneration (AMD)? AMD occurs when the macula becomes damaged, leading to problems with your vision. The macula is the part of your eye that controls sharp, central vision. The macula is also part of… 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
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!
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.
Wearing glasses can be a real pain, and they don’t work for everyone. A lot of people choose contacts over glasses, with good reason. But contacts are not a perfected method of visual correction either. They’ve been around for years and come in many varieties, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t harmful! In fact, there… Read More