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The Atlanta Vision Institute for LASIK in Atlanta Applauds FDA Advisory Panel’s Corneal Crosslinking Approval ...
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A joint panel and scientific advisory committee recently voted to recommend FDA approval for a corneal crosslinking treatment, which uses a riboflavin ophthalmic solution and ultraviolet light for progressive Keracotonus and Corneal Ectasia following refractive surgery. The Atlanta Vision Institute for LASIK in Atlanta is in favor of this approval. (PRWeb March 06, 2015) Read the full story at ...
Record Number of Eye Surgeries Will Be Performed in Utah for Patients in Need
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On Saturday, March 28, local eye surgeons will provide more than 30 sight-restoring surgeries to low-income Utahns in need of care -- a state record. The John A. Moran Eye Center is partnering with The ...
'Medical Tourism' is the next big idea to build Jacksonville's reputation
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Ophthalmologist Arun Gulani has been attracting international patients at his Gulani Vision Institute on Jacksonville’s Southside for about a decade. At times, the custom eye specialist is literally restoring eyesight to the blind with his medical procedures that are gaining reputation for corrective surgery. Patrick Sparks, a minister who lives in Mexico and flew to Gulani’s institute in ...
Oculoplastic and Reconstructive Surgeon, Dawn De Castro, M.D., Joins Gordon-Weiss-Schanzlin Vision Institute
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Harvard Trained Fellow in Oculoplastic and Reconstructive Surgery Has Joined Gordon-Weiss-Schanzlin Vision Institute in San Diego
New Gene Therapy Procedure Could Hold Key to Preventing Blindness for Certain Patients
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Carlsbad Eye Care ophthalmologist Dr. Michael Tracy comments on a new gene therapy procedure designed to slow or halt the progression of blindness in patients with choroideremia. (PRWeb February 28, 2015) Read the full story at
Young Cataracts
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Age related cataracts, cloudiness in the lens of one or both eyes, affect more than 22-million Americans. It's no longer a condition that is limited to seniors; younger people are developing cataracts, and many are electing to fix them at an earlier age.