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Center For Sight Implants New FDA-Approved iDose®TR Device 

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SARASOTA, Fla. (MARCH 26, 2024) – Center For Sight, A US Eye Company, one of the nation’s leading ophthalmology practices, has performed the first iDoseTR implant surgery in the state of Florida since the device was approved by the Food and Drug Administration in December, 2023. The iDoseTR implant, manufactured by Glaukos Corporation, is a […]

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What Is The EVO ICL?

EVO Implantable contact lens (ICL) held out with a pair of tweezers in a green background.

Because everyone’s eyes are different, LASIK surgery isn’t always the best option for vision correction and cornea care. Patients may not be candidates for LASIK in some cases, or they may have a degree of nearsightedness that can’t be successfully corrected with the refractive laser procedure.  Thankfully, there are options like implantable collamer lenses. An […]

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What Is The Light Adjustable Lens (LAL)?

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Cataracts can be challenging to manage and navigate—fortunately, your eye care professional can help with innovative solutions for cataracts, like the Light Adjustable Lens.  The telltale signs and symptoms of cataract development can include: The Light Adjustable Lens (LAL) is a premium lens technology that allows continued customization after your cataract surgery. This allows your […]

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Can Cataracts Come Back?

A female patient is lying on an eye operating table, the patient is undergoing a laser procedure posterior capsulotomy which allows light to fill it again for clear vision.

Cataract surgery is one of the most common and successful surgeries performed in the US with a typically short and uncomplicated recovery time. But despite these facts, no one wants to go through surgery more than once for the same problem. But if you’ve had cataract surgery and your vision changes, it’s completely understandable that […]

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How Does Cataract Surgery Work?

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Cataracts are a natural part of getting older. While cataracts aren’t necessarily a threat to your health or long-term vision, they can impact your ability to see clearly and perform daily activities.  Usually, cataracts don’t start to cause issues until we reach our mid-40s to early 60s. As they develop, our vision can begin to […]

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Can You Drive After Cataract Surgery?

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As our eyes age, developing cataracts is a normal occurrence. This leads to cataract surgery being a common procedure. Generally, the recovery time is quick after cataract surgery—1 to 3 days on average. In some cases, it can take a couple of weeks. But how soon can you drive afterward? Unfortunately, there isn’t a set […]

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How Does LASIK Work?

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Whether you’re self-conscious about wearing glasses or hate the inconvenience of using contacts, there are multiple reasons to consider eye surgery for vision correction. As medical science progresses, the options get better and more affordable all the time. Unfortunately, not everyone can get LASIK because certain things increase the risk of complications. This is why […]

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