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Cataract Small Incision Eye pt.2

Cataract Small Incision Eye pt.2

Filed in: Cataract Surgery, Video
Cataract Small Incision Eye pt.1

Cataract Small Incision Eye pt.1

On the day of your operation, you will be asked to put on a surgical gown. You may receive a sedative by mouth and an intravenous line may be put in. And you’ll given eye drops to dilate, or open, the pupil. You will then be transferred to the operating table. To begin, the surgeon will use a special instrument to gently hold the eyelids apart. Then the surgeon will apply an antiseptic solution to the skin around the eye. ..before injecting a local anesthetic. While the anesthetic is taking effect, the surgeon will position a microscope in front of the eye.
Filed in: Cataract Surgery, Video
Cataract Small Incision Eye

Cataract Small Incision Eye

The human eye is constructed like a camera – with a clear lens in the front. The lens is located just behind the iris. It is contained in an elastic capsule. This capsule will serve as the housing for the new lens. All light that enters the eye has to pass through this lens. As we age, this lens can become cloudy and gradually lose its ability to focus properly. This is called a cataract.If left untreated, a cataract can grow steadily worse – interfering more and more with your vision. Generally, replacing a cataract with an artificial lens is a simple procedure. It usually involves a single incision in the white of the eye. Through this single opening the cataract is removed and the artificial lens is inserted.
Filed in: Cataract Surgery, Video
Lasik Laser Eye Surgery

Lasik Laser Eye Surgery

Laser Eye Surgery is a relatively simple and nonintrusive procedure that is designed to reduce or eliminate the need for glasses or contact lenses. Patient Education LASIK laser surgery generally does not have any effect on a patient’s overall health and there are no risks in choosing not to have the surgery.
Filed in: Laser Surgury, Video
Punctal plug insertion

Punctal plug insertion

Filed in: Education, Video
Punctal Plugs

Punctal Plugs

What are Punctal Plugs and how are they used
Filed in: Education, Video
How to Put in and Remove Contact Lenses

How to Put in and Remove Contact Lenses

Watch this video for a demonstration of “How to Put in and Remove Contact Lenses”. To complete the task, you will need:
Filed in: Contact Lenses, Video
Cooper Vision – Video Contact Lens Wear & Care Patient Guide

Cooper Vision – Video Contact Lens Wear & Care Patient Guide

Video sponsored by CooperVision shows how to insert, remove and take care of your contact lenses. Great video for new contact lens wearers.
Filed in: Contact Lenses, Video
How to Pick Women’s Eyeglasses : Progressive Eyeglass Lens

How to Pick Women’s Eyeglasses : Progressive Eyeglass Lens

Learn about progressive no-line bifocal lenses in this free eye care video series.
Filed in: Lenses, Video
How to Choose Men’s Eyeglasses : Progressive Lenses: Guide to Men’s Eyeglasses

How to Choose Men’s Eyeglasses : Progressive Lenses: Guide to Men’s Eyeglasses

Progressive lenses, also known as photo-chromatic lenses, change tint in the presence of UV light, which causes them to turn into sunglasses when outdoors. Learn more about progressive eyeglass lenses with helpful advice from and optometry office manager in this free video on prescription eyeglasses.
Filed in: Lenses, Video
Think About This: Presbyopia and Progressive Lenses

Think About This: Presbyopia and Progressive Lenses

Progressive lenses are the ideal solution for people age 40 and older needing help viewing multiple distances. Unlike the outdated design of bifocal and trifocal lenses, progressive lenses have no lines, helping wearers to have a better cosmetic appearance while wearing their eyeglasses. To learn more, visit www.thinkaboutyoureyes.com
Filed in: Education, Video
The Importance of Crizal Anti Reflective Lenses

The Importance of Crizal Anti Reflective Lenses

Explains the importance of a Crizal, Crizal Alize, or Crizal Avance Anti Reflective treatment on your eyeglass lenses.
Filed in: Education, Video
Retinal Detachment

Retinal Detachment

A graphic description of flashes and floaters and retinal tears and retinal detachments.
Filed in: Education, Video
Vitrectomy for Vitreous Opacities (Floaters)

Vitrectomy for Vitreous Opacities (Floaters)

Vitreous floaters can be a sign of a serious retinal disease. They are very uncommon in people under 40 years old. If you have new floaters, especially if you are young, you need to see a retina specialist immediately. You might have a serious infection or inflammatory disease. If you are in the US, you can find a retina specialist at . . If you are in Europe, you can look for a retina specialist at: http://www.evrs.org/pages/mlist_new.htm . Removal of vitreous floaters using 25 gauge vitrectomy, This 64 year old woman had cataract surgery 7 years previously. She was followed in our practice with bothersome floaters for the past 6 years. She described sheets of gauze like floaters that would intermittently obstruct her vision. They did not clear with observation. Her left eye had vitrectomy for floaters 3 months ago and the patient was thrilled. This video is of the vitrectomy in the right eye. Floaters clear on their own almost all of the time. Even patients with persistent floaters usually adjust to them. Their is a small group of patients with sheet like floaters and veils that affect their visual function and do not clear even after waiting over a year. In this situation, it is...
Filed in: Education, Video
Macular Degeneration – Part 2

Macular Degeneration – Part 2

Macular Degeneration; Dry and Wet Types; AREDS Result; Vitamins, antioxidants and Zinc; Omega3 fatty acids; Treatment of new vessels with VEGF inhibitors, Lucentis, Avastin; Risk Factors; age, race, smoking, family history, genetics, diet; Laser treatment of new vessels
Filed in: Education, Video
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