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I commonly hear people say with concern: the doctor said I have a cataract! People often don’t realize that a cataract is not something new growing in the eye, but rather is usually a normal, age-related clouding of the lens. Learn more about what a cataract is, how it is treated, and the many options in cataract surgery in this video series.

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Patients often come to me worried after another doctor has told them they probably have glaucoma. Here I will explain more about the different types of glaucoma, how we diagnose them, and treatment options.


Mindfulness meditation can lower eye pressure


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♦Study shows it’s better than eye drops as a first-line treatment

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Laser Vision Correction: LASIK and more

I am commonly asked: Am I candidate for LASIK? In this podcast, I explain the different types of laser vision correction and who is a good candidate. I also introduce other treatment options that can correct vision, such as lens exchange and cataract surgery.




One of the most common problems patients come to see me about is floaters, or seeing spots floating around in their eyes. Floaters that come on suddenly should be evaluated by an ophthalmologist. In the following video, I will explain the concerns about floaters and recommend how soon you should have your eye examined.

More info coming about Posterior Vitreous Detachment.

More info coming about Light Flashes

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Dry eyes, stye/chalazion, and related

Most of the patients who come to see me have some degree of dryness of the eyes. This can be exacerbated by prolonged computer use and other screen time. In this section, I will discuss more about dry eye disease and suggestions for how to treat it. I will also offer information on treating related conditions, such as meibomian gland disease, stye/chalazion, and twitching eyelids.

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Recommended eyelid cleanser for blepharitis:  EYEECO TEA TREE OIL CLEANSER


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