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  • iStent

    iStent® Trabecular Micro-Bypass

    The World's Smallest Medical Device Designed To Lower Your Eye Pressure

    If you have glaucoma and are considering cataract surgery, the iStent Trabecular Micro-Bypass may be right for you. In conjunction with cataract surgery, iStent is designed to lower eye pressure in patients with mild-to-moderate open-angle glaucoma who are currently taking glaucoma eye drops. Now FDA-approved, iStent is minimally invasive and is placed during cataract surgery.

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  • LenSx

    LenSx & Premium Intraocular Lenses

    Technology has improved the safety and outcomes of cataract surgery. In traditional cataract surgery, several small incisions are made manually with a blade and a manual technique is used to break up the cataract. Our surgeons, operating at the WK Eye Surgery Center, were the first in Louisiana and in the Ark-La-Tex to offer the newest LenSx technology with laser- assisted cataract surgery.

    An image-guided femtosecond laser allows our surgeons to make incisions with efficiency and precision without the use of a blade. The laser also assists in breaking up the cataract so that removal of this cloudy lens requires less ultrasound energy, which is easier on the eye. This new laser technology also allows for better management of our patient’s corneal astigmatism. This technique is available only with the premium lens implants, which ensures the best visual outcome for our patients.

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  • LenSx

    Cataract Surgery

    Cataract surgery is removal of the human lens and implantation of an artificial lens implant. The purpose of cataract surgery is simply to improve vision. Topical anesthesia in the form of drops is used to numb the eye. Incisions are made on the surface of the eye with a small blade called a keratome or with the LenSx femtosecond laser.

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  • Comprehensive Eye Exams

    Comprehensive Eye Exams

    A comprehensive eye examination is important for everyone, even those who do not need vision correction.

    At a minimum, comprehensive eye examination should be performed:

    • Annually if you are over 65-years-old
    • Every two years for everyone else
    • For children it is important that they have one before they enter first grade

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