Eyes and Vision (5 Minute Videos)
A new technology, called corneal inlays, uses tiny implanted lenses to achieve vastly improved reading vision. Dr. Tom Tooma and Dr. Jonathan Pirnaza...
Over 3 million Americans have glaucoma but only half of those know they have it. Ophthalmologist Dr. Mark Barak explains glaucoma and its risks to y...
New techniques and technologies are giving cataract patients more options than ever before. Dr. Jonathan Pirnazar MD discusses the options patients...
Laser vision correction surgery is commonly done in both eyes on the same day and the patient returns to work one or two days later, as we hear from O...
Cataracts can happen at any age but usually after the age of 60 - most people will develop cataracts at some point in their life. Dr. John Hovanesian...
Whiter Eyes: iBrite
When your eyes are yellowed or have small red veins, it can give you a tired look. Now a new procedure can restore the whiteness to your eyes, accordi...
A new procedure can halt the progression of keratoconus, as we learned from Dr. Mihir Parikh.
Ophthalmologist Dr. John Hovanesian on an innovative lens implant for people with macular degeneration.
Drs. Tom Tooma, Franklin Lusby, and Jonathan Pirnazar talked to us about LASIK surgery and monovision.
Lens for Astigmatism
Dr. Edward Kim explains astigmatism and how the Toric Lens works.
Presbyopia is an eye condition that occurs with age, making it difficult to focus on reading materials. Dr Brian Boxer Wachler illustrates the treatme...