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Cataract Surgery Corneal Repair Utilizing the CREATE Protocol

Cataract Surgery is the most performed surgical procedure in the United States, and has a phenomenal track record for improving…

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KERATOCONUS AND CORNEAL ECTASIA REPAIR WITH TOPOGRAPHIC GUIDED ABLATION AND CORNEAL CROSS-LINKING- THE CREATE+CXL PROTOCOL

Keratoconus and other forms of corneal ectasia have been difficult diseases to treat.  The disease can be progressive with complete…

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Corneal Trauma and Infection Repair

The treatment of trauma with topographic-guided ablation depends on the level of scarring caused by the trauma, the position of…

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RADIAL KERATOTOMY (RK/AK) CORNEAL REPAIR UTILIZING THE CREATE PROTOCOL

Radial Keratotomy was a procedure performed prior to laser vision correction, achieving the correction of myopia by diamond knife cut radial…

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High Myopia and Hyperopia Correction

Technically, the treatment of high myopia (-9 to -16 diopters of correction) or high hyperopia (+3 to +6 or more)…

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LASIK/PRK PROCEDURE CORNEAL REPAIR UTILIZING THE CREATE PROTOCOL

A small but significant number of patients have sub-optimal outcomes after prior LASIK or PRK surgery. A few of these…

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Corneal Transplant Repair – The CREATE Protocol

Corneal transplants are performed for many reasons, and in Dr. Motwani’s opinion, they are performed in many situations where better…

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Three Technological Advances We Use in Our Laser Vision Correction Procedures

Laser vision correction has come a long way in recent years and we are proud to offer some of the…

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Did You Know That Not All Laser Correction is Created Equal?

There are several options when it comes to laser vision correction. The most common is laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis, or…

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Your Guide to PRK Complications

Photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) is a corneal refractive surgical procedure that was developed in 1988. It was approved by the Food…

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What To Do If You Experience Fluctuating Vision After Radial Keratotomy

Radial keratotomy (RK) is a refractive surgical procedure that was developed in 1974 to treat nearsightedness. It involves the use…

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Myopic Versus Hyperopic PRK: What Are the Differences?

There are several options for correcting refractive error surgically. Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis (LASIK) and Photorefractive Keratectomy (PRK) are the…

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