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Q & A With Dr. Yaldo!

QUESTION: Does your vision have to be 20/20 to be a surgeon and will LASIK be a good option for bad eyesight? ANSWER: Being a surgeon requires excellent vision. Some types of surgeons require more excellent vision than others. Microsurgeons … Continue reading

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Can I have LASIK Surgery if I’m Pregnant or Nursing?

LASIK surgery is a common dream shared by many people who suffer from nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism. This surgery, performed by an opthomologist, corrects vision using a laser to re-shape the cornea, improving visual acuity, which is the clearness and … Continue reading

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How to Correct Astigmatism

Listed below is how to correct astigmatism in the most efficient and effective way possible via modern technology. First, what is astigmatism and how can it impact your vision? Astigmatism involves an irregular curvature of the cornea, which means that … Continue reading

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How To Select a LASIK Surgeon

Wondering how to choose a LASIK Surgeon? Finding the right LASIK surgeon is a crucial decision – after all, laser vision correction can have a huge impact on the rest of your life! So what’s important to remember while you’re … Continue reading

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Visian ICL

At Yaldo Eye Center, we pride ourselves in having the capability to offer our patients a complete selection of vision correction procedures that can be customized to their unique needs and provide the best possible outcomes. That’s why we’re excited … Continue reading

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ICL: What are the risks of this procedure?

Question: What are the potential risks and side effects that come with the ICL procedure? Answer: Most common risks/side effects of the ICL procedure include accuracy issues (slight nearsightedness or farsightedness following the procedure), night glare and halos, and dry … Continue reading

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Experiencing Post-Operation Issues?

Question: It has been 7 months since my operation, I still have dry eyes and blurry vision. Is this an issue to address with my Doctor? Or will it heal over time? Answer: Understand that if your eyes were dry … Continue reading

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Myopia – Which Surgery Should I Consider?

Question: I am 19 years old. I have -9 and -11 nearsightedness. Corneal thickness is 510 and 508. Which eye surgery should I consider? Answer: Your prescription is high, and your corneas are thinner than normal. If your corneal topography … Continue reading

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Laser “microscalpel” to target individual cancer cells

Mechanical engineering Assistant Professor Adela Ben-Yakar at The University of Texas at Austin has developed a laser “microscalpel” that destroys a single cell while leaving nearby cells intact, which could improve the precision of surgeries for cancer, epilepsy and other … Continue reading

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New cataract early detection device

A compact fiber-optic probe developed for the space program has now proven valuable for patients in the clinic as the first non-invasive early detection device for cataracts, the leading cause of vision loss worldwide.

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