Summer is almost here and most people are looking forward to fireworks, vacations with their family, and lazy afternoons at the pool. But have you considered giving yourself the gift of better vision this summer? LASIK is a procedure that has improved the lives of many people around the world. Imagine not having to worry… Read More
It is a natural fact of life that everybody ages and things that used to be easy become more difficult. This is definitely true for your vision because as you age, you are at higher risk for vision problems and developing common eye diseases. The word “presbyopia” literally translates to “old eye”, and it is… Read More
Aging can be both a blessing and a curse. The positives are fantastic: you have a lifetime of experience, memories, and wealth to enjoy in your golden years. On the downside, there are stiff joints, aching muscles, and of course, worsening vision. Thankfully, a proper diet, physical activity, and regular visits to your optometrist or… Read More
The KAMRA inlay procedure is a surgery that addresses the problem of vision over 40, also known as presbyopia. Presbyopia is a form of age-related near vision loss. People over the age of 40 typically notice the development of presbyopia when trying to read, use a computer, or perform any activity that involves near vision…. Read More
Cataract patients in South Florida have reason to rejoice thanks to a new “dropless” cataract surgery method available at Frantz EyeCare. It is designed to eliminate one of the most frustrating aspects of cataract surgery: postoperative eye drops. Why Dropless? In standard cataract surgery, patients are required to use antibiotic and steroid eye drops before… Read More
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January is National Glaucoma Month Glaucoma is a condition in which the optic nerve, responsible for transmitting visual information from the eye to the brain, is damaged. It may begin with the loss of peripheral vision, advance to a reduction in central vision, and potentially lead to vision loss or blindness. Primary open-angle glaucoma (POAG)… Read More