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LASIK

LASIK

LASIK (Laser-Assisted in Situ Keratomileusis) is a refractive surgery that eliminates the need for glasses or contact lenses by reshaping the cornea, allowing your eyes to better focus on objects. Here at Linda Vision, formerly Eye Zone Medical, we own one of the newest laser systems available today, the Allegretto Wav

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Cataract Surgery

Cataract Surgery

A Cataract is a clouding of the natural lens inside the eye. If a Cataract is interfering with your daily activities, it is time to have it removed. Over the years, there have been numerous advances in the technology for Cataract Surgery. These improvements have given patients the option of choosing between different artificial intraocular lens, including a

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Pterygium/Carnosidad Removal

Pterygium Carnosidad Removal

A pterygium, also known as Carnosidad in Spanish, is a fleshy pink scar tissue that sometimes crosses the cornea of one or both eyes. If you know or think you may have a pterygium and are feeling irritation, itchiness, a burning sensation, or simply dislike its appearance, then it is time to schedule you FREE pterygium consultation. Dr. Linda Vu

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Ortho-K

Ortho-K

Orthokeratology, Ortho-K, or Corneal Refractive Therapy (CRT) is a non-surgical method of decreasing mild to moderate myopia or nearsightedness. Here at Linda Vision, we use Paragon CRTTM lenses to improve the lifestyle and vision of people of all ages by reducing the need for glasses and daytime contact lenses. Paragon CRT lenses are produced by Paragon Vision Techn

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Eyelid Surgery

Eyelid Lift Surgery (Blepharoplasty)

Eyelid surgery, also known as Blepharoplasty, can be a medical necessity but in most cases, it is performed as a cosmetic procedure. If you have “droopy eyelids” or “bags under your eyes” you can consider cosmetic surgery to rejuvenate your eyes. With more than 12 years of experience performing cosmetic procedures, Dr. Linda Vu can l

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Lens Implants

Lens implants function to improve vision over a range of distances. These surgical procedures involve the implantation of a new lens, in addition to one’s natural lens (Implantable Contact Lens), or the replacements of the patient’s natural lens with a new lens (Refractive Lens Exchange). Such procedure can help patients with nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, or presbyopia, or patients who are not candidates for laser vision correction, regain their vision.

Implantable Contact Lens (ICL)

implants Implantable lenses (ICL) are a surgical alternative to LASIK because ICL’s do not require tissue to be removed from the eye, as with LASIK and other laser procedures. Implantable Contact Lenses are the perfect treatment for extreme nearsightedness or farsightedness, in which laser vision correction is not recommended. It is a FDA approved procedure in which a unique lens, similar to a contact lens, is permanently placed in the posterior chamber of the eye, without altering the interior structure. The lens can easily be removed or replaced if required.

  1. What to expect immediately after lens implantation? Vision is instantly improved, though there may be a sensation of mild scratchiness. Most patients are able to resume driving and return to work within a day. You will not feel the lenses inside the eye.
  2. Risks of Lens Implantation As with any surgical procedure, complications are rare but can occur following implantation of IOL’s. These risks include an increased chance of retinal detachment, loss of cells in the thin layer inside the cornea (endothelium), inflammation, infection, and development of cataracts.

Refractive Lens Exchange (RLE)

This surgical procedure is an option for patients with cataracts or those who are not suitable for LASIK – Laser Vision Correction. Refractive Lens Exchange is similar to the standard micro-incision cataract surgery in which an artificial lens is used. Intraocular lens implants (IOLs) are designed to reside in the eye and replace the natural lens to provide freedom from spectacles. In the past, reading glasses were still required after surgery, but new multifocal and accommodative IOLs have been developed which enable patients to see at a range of distances, thus potentially eliminating the need for glasses entirely.

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