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Office Safety Measures

Like you, we are eager and hopeful that the worst of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) will soon be in our rearview mirror. As we collectively start to emerge from this life altering period and work toward returning to a state of normalcy or defining what our new normal will be, it is our goal to continue […]

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PanOptix® Trifocal Cataract Lens

  The PanOptix® lens is the first and only trifocal lens available in the United States.  It is the latest advancement from the Acrysof® Family of Lenses – the most implanted cataract replacement lenses worldwide.  Dr. Doxanas and Dr. Goel have had great success with these new lenses.  They even make a lens for patients […]

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Rosacea and Ocular Rosacea

Rosacea (pronounced Rose-Ay-Shah) is a chronic disease that affects both the skin and the eyelids. People with rosacea of the skin have redness or acne-like changes in the mid-facial area.  Approximately half of the patients with rosacea will have ocular symptoms, manifesting primarily of both the antierior and posterior blepharitis.  More than half of people […]

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Laser Assisted Cataract Surgery – LenSx

The LenSx laser is an advanced precision based technology that operates with unmatched precision. The LenSx laser adds computer control to keys steps of the cataract surgery. Its unique software control system analyzes high resolution OCT images of the eye. This helps the surgeon to design a customized procedure visualizes and performs the procedure on […]

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Dry Eye Syndrome

Dry eye syndrome affects millions of Americans.  Whether mild, moderate, or severe, dry eye syndrome can be disabling.  Feelings of “heavy” eyes, difficulty keeping the eyes open, and watery eyes are all common symptoms.  The eyes actually water more when they are dry due to lack of normal oils in the tear film.  Burning, stinging […]

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