Monthly Archives: March 2017

Monofocal Lenses for Cataract Surgery: Everything That You Need to Know

Before you move forward with cataract surgery, your surgeon will ask you which type of lens you want. While many people go with monofocal lenses, do not get these just because they are the popular option. Instead, find out more about monofocal lenses to ensure they are the right option for you. What are Monofocal… Read More


UCLA First to Perform SMILE in California

Dr. Hamilton, of the UCLA Laser Refractive Center, was the first surgeon in California to perform the newly-FDA-approved SMILE procedure. This procedure, SMall Incision Lenticule Extraction or SMILE, is a minimally-invasive alternative to LASIK. There is no flap creation in SMILE, as opposed to LASIK, and instead a small disk shaped lenticule is removed from a tiny tunnel incision in… Read More


Why Contacts and LASIK Don’t Mix

  If you are approved for LASIK eye surgery, your surgeon will instruct you to stop wearing your contact lenses for a set period of time. While most people comply, some think they can get away with continuing to wear the lenses. After all, it cannot do that much damage, can it? It turns out… Read More


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