Surgical Procedures

Cataract Surgery

During Cataract Surgery, the lens of your eye is replaced with an artificial alternative. This procedure involves the use of a high-frequency ultrasound device that breaks up the lens into smaller pieces for easy removal.

Yag Capsulotomy

ag Capsulotomy is a laser treatment that is often used to treat capsule thickening, a common side effect of cataract surgery. It is a relatively simple procedure and is considered to be one of the safest eye surgeries one can undergo.

Corneal Transplant

A corneal transplant is used to treat a wide range of conditions, including but not limited to a bulging, thinning, scarred, or swollen cornea; corneal ulcers; and Fuchs’ dystrophy.

Glaucoma Surgery

It is important to remember that glaucoma surgery seeks to prevent future damage to the eye and will not offer any improvement for damage that has already been done.

Punctal Occlusion

While there are a number of treatments for dry eye, severe cases may require a special procedure called a punctal occlusion to be fully corrected. This procedure seeks to help the eye harness and use what little lubricating tears they are capable of producing.


Pterygia (singular: pterygium) are non-cancerous, wedge-shaped growths that appear on the sclera or cornea of the eyeball.

Retina Detachment/Tear Surgery

Generally, the retina loses its oxygen supply because of a tear or total detachment from the back of the eyeball. If left untreated, a retinal detachment can lead to permanent vision loss, so it requires immediate medical treatment.