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THE EYE EXPERTS | 11/16/2017

Travel Tips for Your Eyes

by Milan Eye Center

As the holidays approach, you may be planning to travel to see family and friends, or maybe just to take a much-needed vacation. Whether you are preparing for a short road trip or an intercontinental flight, you should keep your eyes in mind. To make it easy for you, we have created a guide for...

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THE EYE EXPERTS | 11/07/2017

Laser Cataract Surgery: Is It All Hype?

by Milan Eye Center

By Niraj Desai, MD Many of you reading this article may not have realized that cataract surgery has evolved rapidly in the past 3-4 years. This pace of change pales in comparison to how the procedure has evolved in the past 50 years. For perspective, the procedure started off around 2000 years...

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THE EYE EXPERTS | 11/01/2017

Doctor Highlight: Dr. Cassandra Baker

by Milan Eye Center

You may know Dr. Baker as a board-certified optometrist. You may even know that she specializes in the diagnosis and medical management of ocular diseases and the postoperative management of refractive and ocular surgeries. What you might not know is that she is also an avid runner who loves being...

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THE EYE EXPERTS | 10/23/2017

Diabetes and the eye

by Milan Eye Center

What is Diabetes? Diabetes mellitus is a disease in which the body is unable to process and store glucose (sugar). This leads to glucose building up in the body tissues and damaging small blood vessels making them “leaky.” There are two forms of diabetes mellitus: type 1 and type 2. Type 1...

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By Priyal Gadani, O.D., F.A.A.O. The cornea is the clear, dome-shaped outermost tissue of the eye, which is sometimes referred to as the window to the eye. The cornea focuses light through the lens onto the retina. A diseased or injured cornea can cause significant decreased vision, pain, or...

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THE EYE EXPERTS | 10/23/2017

Fall Eye Care Tips

by Milan Eye Center

There are many reasons to love fall: bonfires, apple picking, hayrides, pumpkin pie, and even simply breathing in the crisp autumn air. Along with these delights, fall can also bring dry eyes, allergies, and other eye irritants. Luckily, there are steps you can take to keep your eyes happy and...

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THE EYE EXPERTS | 10/19/2017

The Definitive guide to Eyelid surgery

by Milan Eye Center

What is Eyelid surgery? Eyelid surgery, sometimes known as an eyelid lift or blepharoplasty, is a common surgical procedure that is used to alter the shape and appearance of the upper eyelid, lower eyelid, or both eyelids. Blepharoplasty is typically performed by removing any excess skin and...

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As Halloween approaches, people are beginning to plan their costumes. For the most dedicated Halloween revelers, that costume might include decorative contact lenses that change the appearance of the eye. At Milan Eye Center, we strive not only to treat eye maladies but to prevent them from the...

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THE EYE EXPERTS | 10/15/2017

Age Relate Macular Degeneration

by Milan Eye Center

By Charlie Ficco, O.D., Milan Eye Center. AMD (age-related macular degeneration) is the most common cause of irreversible vision loss in the developed world. The most common type of AMD is non-exudative or “dry”. This type comprises more than 80% of patients diagnosed with AMD. The other...

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THE EYE EXPERTS | 10/09/2017

What Can Pumpkins Do for Your Eyes?

by Milan Eye Center

Pumpkins are not just a favorite fall decoration; they also make an appearance on many an autumn menu. That is good news for your taste buds and great news for your eyes. Pumpkins are rich in zinc, vitamin C, vitamin A, lutein, and zeaxanthin, making them a treat for your vision and overall...

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“Dr. Milan Patel is an excellent, caring physician. From the initial exam through cataract surgery he was very patient with explaining the surgery and recovery process. I had both eyes replaced with new lenses and felt extremely comfortable through both procedures. I highly, highly recommend him!”
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“I was scared of having my cataracts removed, but the doctor and all of the staff made me most comfortable. There was no pain & the recovery was short. I would recommend Dr. Desai to anyone who needs surgery. And the people who work there are just wonderful”
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