Excellent Article on Ending Blindness

Check out this article! http://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2016/09/blindness-treatment-medical-science-cures/?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=Social&utm_content=link_fb20160816ngm-blindness&utm_campaign=Content&sf33543330=1

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Wellish Vision Now Using iStent

You may not have heard – but there is a new solution for patients with glaucoma called the iStent. This is a safe, effective way to help ease glaucoma. Read more by clicking here

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Premium Lenses – Worth it or not?

Q: I am 100% certain that I’m going to have cataract surgery, but I have yet to decide on a lens. I know that they are not cheap, and that they are not covered by insurance. Are they worth it? A: The short answer is yes; the long answer is that it just depends on […]

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Ask Dr. Wellish, the Las Vegas Cataracts Surgeon

Q: I know I need cataract surgery but I have astigmatism in both eyes. Does this mean that I can’t have the procedure? A: Great question, but with modern technology, this problem is a non-issue! Cataract surgery has advanced in a way that several options are now available for correcting your astigmatisms during the surgery. […]

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Laser Vision Correction in 2014

Laser vision correction has advanced markedly since its approval by the FDA over 15 years ago. LASIK laser vision correction procedures nowadays utilize a number of technological advances. One of the most notable advances is wavefront Custom LASIK. Using technology that maps corneal aberrations with great accuracy, wavefront technology allows us to create a unique […]

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Ocular Allergies – FAQS

Q: My eyes water in the winter and in the summer, do I have allergies? I’m pretty sure it can’t be dry eye in the winter right? A: When a patient is suffering from dry, itchy eyes it is often assumed to be the work of ocular allergies and the fact is 60 million Americans […]

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Cataract Surgery, 2014

There remain a lot of misconceptions about cataract surgery. Patients who are in need of cataract surgery nowadays, typically in their 60s, often think back to how their parents or grandparents had cataract surgery. Many decades ago, cataract surgery was a procedure that restored limited vision, but required thick, bulky cataract glasses to be worn […]

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