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Top 4 Questions Before Fortified LASIK

February 20, 2017

If you are getting ready for LASIK in Los Angeles or considering your options, you probably have many questions you need answered. There are several myths and misconceptions about the LASIK procedure and it is often hard to decide whether or not this procedure is right for you. The following questions and answers below may […]

The Doctor’s Orders To A Successful Valentine’s Day

February 14, 2017

As a kid I loved getting all those hand-cut, pastel cardboard Valentine’s Day cards from my classmates. Didn’t you love that? It put a big smile on my face, especially when I got a card from Leisl Herman, who I had a crush on. Somewhere between 5th grade and college the teachers sadly dropped that […]

A Guide to Cataracts & Treatment Options

February 6, 2017

For those who have a family history of Cataracts and know what the progression of this is like, you understand that Cataracts can cause problems within everyday activities and over time your vision can become severely compromised. A Cataract is a clouding of the eye’s lens which causes distortions in the patient’s vision over time. […]

Learn the facts between CXL vs. Holcomb C3-R

January 30, 2017

If you are still on the fence about what crosslinking procedure is the right fit for you, please refer to this helpful infographic.  Here you will find the comparison between CXL and the Holcomb C3-R keratoconus procedures. The CXL procedure is an invasive, surgical procedure that painfully scrapes the cornea epithelium. The Holcomb C3-R procedure […]

3 Reasons You Should Have Included Your Eyes in Your New Year’s Resolution

January 9, 2017

With the New Year just beginning, we often feel the need to change and do something different. Resolutions are the focal point of our thoughts but we seldom add our vision care as something we focus on. Most people think of losing weight, quitting smoking, and other health-related changes for their resolutions but thinking of […]

Discovering the Benefits of CK for Improving Reading Vision

December 12, 2016

Conductive Keratoplasty (known as CK) has many benefits for those who are trying to explore vision correction to improve reading vision. CK uses radio waves to reshape the cornea instead of a laser. This is a non-invasive procedure that helps those with Farsightedness, Nearsightedness, and even with those who have Keratoconus at many stages. Farsightedness […]

A New and Improved Contact Lens for Keratoconus!

December 6, 2016

Contact lenses continue to evolve as enhanced technology expands manufacturing boundaries.  An exciting new system that continues to solve challenging Keratoconus cases is the Eye Print Pro lens.  Designed to align over every unique contour of the individual eye, this lens offers several advantages.  Increased comfort, enhanced vision and decreased or even resolved areas of […]

One Year Anniversary of My Mom’s Passing

September 20, 2016

Someone once remarked, “You won’t remember what people said, but you will never forget how they made you feel.”  My mom made me feel confident, unconditionally loved, a love for animals, special, lucky, a love for family, safe, and responsible.   Here’s an example of how she made me feel confident like a superhero.  As […]

What I Learned Rowing In A Brutal 4-Day Regatta

August 29, 2016

  A few days ago I finished competing in the USRowing Masters National Championships on a lake outside of Boston in the sizzling August heat as my wife and twin 10-year old daughters were there to support me.  My prior rowing career could have never prepared me for what I just experienced.  I raced in […]

What to know about Astigmatism

August 10, 2016

Astigmatism, otherwise known as a refractive error that effects how the eye focuses light, can often be misunderstood. Everyone is affected by this condition differently, some needing refractive surgery and others needing contacts or glasses. If you are experiencing squinting, headaches and eye strain you are experiencing common symptoms. A normal shaped cornea can be […]