Do you or someone you love have keratoconus? It may seem dire, but it doesn’t have to be. One of the most effective treatment options for people with progressive keratoconus is corneal cross-linking. Keep reading to learn more about why corneal cross-linking is a big deal!
Do you wear contact lenses? When it comes to wearing contacts, there are many kinds to choose from. As a result, it can be a little overwhelming to choose the best type for your eyes. Most people can use soft and rigid contact lenses. If you have a more complicated prescription, corneal conditions, or dry… Read More
Do you have cataracts? If you do, you may have already started thinking about what kind of intraocular lens you’ll have implanted during cataract surgery. It’s an incredibly crucial part of cataract surgery, as it’s the reason why you can see clearly after the procedure. But since there are so many IOLs to choose from,… Read More
With yesterday being World Keratoconus Day, it was a great time to announce a new service that we’ve introduced for the Greater Baton Rouge Area: Corneal Cross-Linking. In case you missed it on our social media pages, today we’re recapping everything you need to know about the Keratoconus disease, signs and symptoms, and treatment options… Read More
Dry eyes. Gritty, itchy, burning and uncomfortable eyes. Some patients even complain of tearing with dry eye because of the irritation. Sound familiar? Millions of people in the U.S. report dry eye symptoms, so it isn’t surprising that at some point, you might share in this unpleasant experience. Dry eyes are common and can become… Read More