People can suffer from many different types of problems in the eye. Perhaps one of the most interesting, and intimidating, of these afflictions is a “pterygium”, otherwise known as “surfer’s eye”. Luckily, it can be treated, but before we talk about how to treat surfer’s eye, let’s talk about what it is. What a Pterygium… Read More
Contacts are notoriously easy to lose, and when you’re getting ready to enjoy the sun and all the beautiful colors of summer, it can be especially frustrating. If you’ve ever lost a contact in one of these places, or if you want to avoid it, it may be time to consider getting LASIK. 1. Swimming… Read More
Most people know a thing or two about LASIK – usually that it involves lasers and that it makes you see better. But did you know that there is more than one type of LASIK surgery? There are in fact several techniques used to correct vision surgically. Two of the most popular techniques used in… Read More
William Ellis, M.D. Named “Specialized Astigmatism Center” Providing the First Comprehensive LASIK Treatment of Astigmatism in San Francisco Bay Area and Sacramento Ellis Eye and Laser Medical Center has been named a “Specialized Astigmatism Center” by Technolas Perfect Vision GmbH (TPV), providing the first comprehensive LASIK treatment of Astigmatism approved by the FDA. Ellis Eye… Read More
Medical News in Meeting Coverage, AAO AAO: Topical Cyclosporine Speeds Recovery After LASIK Surgery By Charles Bankhead, Staff Writer, MedPage Today Reviewed by Robert Jasmer, MD; Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco November 15, 2007 NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 15 — Topical cyclosporine significantly accelerates corneal nerve regeneration after LASIK surgery when… Read More
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