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Procedures

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    TIRED OF GLASSES AND CONTACTS?

     

    Wouldn’t it be great to see clearly without the hassle of glasses and contacts? Today you can. Many patients see 20/20 or even better within a day or two of a brief procedure!

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    Find out more about our procedures

    LASIK

    LASIK (laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis), is a type of refractive surgery that reshapes the cornea for the correction of myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), and astigmatism. The procedure takes about five minutes per eye and Siepser patients achieve dramatic improvement in their vision within 24 hours. The Siepser Eyecare team has been successfully performing this surgery for over 20 years and is immensely proud of a 0% infection rate. The experienced and knowledgeable Siepser team walks patients through every step of their vision correction, ensuring they are educated, at ease, and receive the best outcome.

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    REFRACTIVE LENS EXCHANGE

    Refractive lens exchange (RLE) is a type of vision correction surgery that involves using ultrasound to remove the eye’s natural lens and replacing it with an intraocular lens (IOL) to minimize the use of glasses and contacts. It is an option for some patients who are not a candidate for LASIK surgery.

    ACCOMMODATIVE LENSES

    Accommodation is a natural process that allows the eye to focus on objects at varying distances. As the lens becomes more rigid with age, accommodation declines. Accommodative Intraocular lenses (IOLs) are tiny, clear, plastic lenses that are surgically implanted into the eye and attach to the eye’s focusing muscles. Accommodating IOLs are primarily used for the treatment of cataracts. Accommodating IOLs are unique because they move inside your eye in order to accommodate focusing at different distances. The Siepser Eyecare team attaches
    a tiny hinge to the eye’s focusing muscles so that the patient’s eye can once again change the shape of the lens to focus. Dependence on reading glasses is dramatically reduced or even eliminated, along with the cataract and blurry vision.

    PRK

    Photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) is a type of refractive surgery for the correction of myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), and astigmatism. PRK uses a cool beam of light to reshape the surface of the cornea. It is a good solution for patients that are not a candidate for LASIK due to a thin cornea or other conditions. The recovery from PRK can take a bit longer and be slightly less comfortable than LASIK, however, the Siepser team has developed a process and care that ensures their patients are as comfortable as possible during their healing to restored good vision.

    VISION SCREENINGS
    IMPLANTABLE CONTACT LENSES
    DRY EYE TREATMENTS
    MONOFOCAL OR MULTIFOCAL INTRA-OCULAR LENS
    GLAUCOMA TREATMENTS
    FLOATER TREATMENT
    CORNEAL DEBRIDEMENT
    PTYREGIUM REPAIR
    CORNEAL TRANSPLANTS: DSAEK, DMEK

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    At Siepser Eyecare, we believe that in order to provide our patients with the best care, nothing can be “one size fits all”. We don’t standardize care or rush as many patients through our practice as possible, because we believe there is still a place in eye care for a team you can trust to handle your case with a familiar, personal touch.