Eye Procedures and Treatments

Vitrectomy and Vitreoretinal Eye Surgery

Vitreoretinal surgery refers to a group of surgeries which take place inside the eye's interior where the vitreous (gel-like material) and retina (photosensitive membrane) are located. Vitreoretinal procedures are either performed with traditional surgical tools or lasers, and address a range of ophthalmic issues including...

Neuro-vision Therapy

Neuro-vision therapy, also referred to as vision training or vision rehabilitation, is an optometry subspecialty. Neuro-vision therapy is prescribed to develop, improve and/or enhance visual function so an individual’s vision system functions more smoothly. The goal of neuro-vision therapy is to build stronger, faster, and...

Intacs for Keratoconus

If you have been losing your battle against keratoconus, a progressive bulging of the cornea that causes rapidly worsening vision, then you should know about a state-of-the-art surgical option that might provide lasting relief. Tiny inserts called Intacs can effectively reshape the cornea, reducing the...

Cornea Transplant

While medical science offers several conservative methods of correcting poor vision caused by corneal issues, some patients may opt for a cornea transplant when these other options can't help them. Corneal transplants, which usually involve replacing the damaged cornea with one from a human donor,...

Corneal Crosslinking

Corneal crosslinking is a procedure used to treat patients suffering from keratoconus, a disorder of the eye in which the cornea thins, weakens, and becomes distorted and cone-shaped. The distortion of the cornea due to keratoconus causes astigmatism, leading to decreased visual acuity in sufferers. What...