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Over the last few decades, laser refractive surgery has completely transformed eye care. While glasses and contact lenses are effective visual aids, many patients dislike the impact such correction can have on their lifestyle and physical appearance, in addition to the expense of these products...

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As a Cataract, Cornea and Refractive Surgeon, it would seem odd that the topic I've chose to discuss in this newsletter is glaucoma surgery. This is, perhaps, the point - glaucoma surgery is no longer strictly the burden of a glaucoma specialist. Glaucoma surgery has become mainstream over the past...

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The diagnosis of glaucoma can be straight forward when intraocular pressure is elevated, however, the diagnosis is more elusive in patients with statistically normal pressures. Glaucoma is defined by a characteristic optic disc cupping with thinning of the retinal nerve fiber layer and, as it...

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Presbyopia is the progressive loss of accommodation whereby an individual loses the ability to see objects up close.  This natural aging phenomenon typically starts in the mid 40s and results in symptoms, such as difficulty with reading small print, eyestrain, or even headaches.  Presbyopia...

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Eyelid twitching, medically known as eyelid myokymia, is due to small, fast contractions of the muscle around the eye that controls closure of the eyelids; This muscle is called the orbicularis oculi. Typical presentation of myokymia is unilateral (one-sided) and impacts the lower eyelid more...

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Independence Day is right around the corner, and with this holiday comes parades, backyard barbeques, and of course, fireworks shows.  And while playing with fireworks in your own backyard may sound like fun, thousands of people are injured by fireworks per year, many of whom are children.  Most...

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Macular degeneration is one of the leading causes of blindness in individuals over the age of 60. Also called age-related macular degeneration (ARMD or AMD), it occurs due to a breakdown of the normal retina structures and accumulation of waste products, known as drusen, in the center of the...

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THE EYE EXPERTS | 07/04/2018

Cataract Surgery in Marietta

by Milan Eye Center

Milan Eye Center with its newest location in Marietta offers the latest technological advancements in cataract surgery to patients in the metro Atlanta area.  Located in the heart of East Cobb, this state-of-the-art facility has now been open since July 2015.  In addition to being a fully...

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A cataract is caused by the clouding of the natural human lens.  When the cloudy lens is removed with surgery, a new artificial lens is placed in the eye to focus images properly. When considering cataract surgery, it is important to discuss the risks and benefits of the surgery with your eye...

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We’re excited to announce that our optometrist Dr. Cassandra Baker recently had an article published in CollaborativeEye, a new digital publication that explores how optometry and ophthalmology can work together to provide the best patient care. In her article “Presenting IOL Options to...

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