Archives for: February 22nd, 2012
LASIK Alternative: The Implantable Lens
Written by Dr. Dean Dornic on Wed 02/22/2012
For some patients, an implantable lens may have advantages over LASIK. Intraocular lenses have a long history of use in ophthalmology. Virtually all cases of cataract surgery utilize an intraocular lens. Intraocular lenses have a power, just as do contact lenses. They are placed inside the eye, so they cannot be felt by the patient. … Read More »
How Reliable are Your LASIK Information Sources?
Written by Dr. Dean Dornic on Wed 02/08/2012
A short time ago, a patient began forwarding information he had gathered on the Internet that he had accumulated in his efforts to become informed on his LASIK options. Specifically he was comparing Z-LASIK vs IntraLase. The problem was,some of the information he gathered was from a website of a doctor who performed Z-LASIK. The… Read More »