The incredible progress made in the management and maintenance of clear corneas has been inspiring. In my career we have gone from primitive treatments to try to restore sight to advanced micro-surgical and medical management that seems almost like a dream. The cornea...
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Do you want to obtain your maximum performance in your chosen sport? LASIK seems to give many athletes an edge. So much so that some of the golfers on the pro circuit tried to have one of the most recognized names in golf removed from the roster as they alleged that...
Boy did these allergies start early this year! If you have dry eye, managing your allergies can be tricky and confusing to say the least! You don’t want to try to treat one problem while making another one worse, and it can also be hard to differentiate dry eye and...
As many of you know, I specialize in ocular surface disease at Siepser Eyecare. And I can be a bit of a perfectionist when it comes to many things, particularly when it comes to the ocular surface. When I see spots of dead cells on my patients corneas that are indicative of dry eye or tears that continue to evaporate just a touch too easily, I can’t help but continue to explore what else we can do to clean that surface up.
Cataracts are blockages in the path of light passing through the human lens. The human lens is a clear and colorless structure, which focuses light on the back of the eye. This structure can change with age, become opaque, whitish or have anterior or posterior surface changes.
At SLEC we have redirected our efforts to not only explain a particular procedure or diagnosis but also to be sure that patients fully comprehend our explanation. It is just human nature to gloss over a serious situation.
What a tongue twister, the Siepser Sliding Slip knot. The Siepser Sliding Slip Knot is a procedure that allows more sutures to be added in any meridian of the defect without over tensioning the iris.