Bladeless IntraLase LASIK — a version of the LASIK procedure that uses the IntraLase laser to create the corneal flap, instead of a handheld microkeratome
Blepharoplasty — an eyelid procedure designed to correct sagging eyelids that can impair vision.
Cataracts — brownish/yellow protein masses that form on the eye’s lens and can impair vision, corrected with lens removal and IOL replacement
Crystalens — an advanced intraocular lens used to replace the eye’s natural lens following cataract surgery or to correct presbyopia
Custom LASIK — an enhanced version of LASIK that involves the use of Wavefront mapping for precise corneal reshaping
Diabetic Retinopathy — a disease of the eye in which diabetes causes damage to the blood vessels in the retina; a major cause of blindness
Glaucoma — a disease of the eye in which excessive eye pressure leads to optical nerve damage and, eventually, vision loss
Intraocular Lens — monofocal or multifocal implantable artificial lenses, used to correct cataracts and presbyopia
Iris Registration — a feature of Custom LASIK which allows for precise laser alignment and reduced risk of error
LASEK — a laser ablation vision correction procedure that combines the advantages of PRK and LASIK for reduced dependence on glasses and contacts
LASIK — a state-of-the-art vision correction procedure that uses the excimer laser to reshape the cornea for correction of nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism
Presbyopia — a condition in which the eye’s crystalline lens loses flexibility and the eye muscles become weakened with age, usually occurs after age 40
PRK — a vision correction procedure that involves the removal of the epithelium to reshape the corneal surface for the correction of nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism
ReSTOR — an advanced intraocular lens used to replace the eye’s natural lens following cataract surgery or to correct presbyopia; uses a patented five-zone design for clear vision at all distances
ReZoom — an advanced intraocular lens used to replace the eye’s natural lens following cataract surgery or to correct presbyopia; special design allows for reduced risk of visual disturbances and better low-light vision.
VISX Star S4 — an advanced excimer laser, known for its extreme precision and accuracy, used in vision correction for corneal reshaping
Wavefront — the advanced mapping system used in Custom LASIK, in which sophisticated Wavefront software analyzes and evaluates eye characteristics and translates them to the excimer laser for precise corneal reshaping.