What is Posterior Vitreous Detachment or PVD? Written by: Drew Hunter, M.D. Floaters are a common visual disturbance experienced by many people. These are small, dark shapes or spots that appear to float across our field of vision. While most floaters are harmless, they can be a sign of a more serious eye condition called […]
Ask Dr. Drew | What are my vision correction surgery options?
With so many options available for vision correction, understanding the available options is key to meeting your visual goals. Dr. Drew explains the different parts of the eye and which procedures can help with varying eye conditions. Check out this video to learn more. Laser Cataract Surgery LASIK & PRK Cornea Care Dry Eye Therapy […]
What Is an Artificial / Intraocular Lens (IOL)?
You’ve heard of glasses and contact lenses, but what is an artificial or intraocular lens? Ophthalmic technology continues to advance, allowing doctors to provide patients with innovative and advanced treatment options. An artificial intraocular lens, or IOL, is a great example of this—a continually developing tool that allows people to see more clearly and comfortably. […]
How Long Does Cataract Surgery Take?
As you age, you may experience symptoms of cataracts. Your vision may become cloudy, you may have trouble reading in low-light rooms, and colors can appear less vivid. Cataracts typically develop slowly over time; however, they may need removal if they reach a point where your vision is significantly impaired. A quality eye doctor can […]