New Year Resolutions for Healthier Eyes

New Year Resolutions for Healthier Eyes

When it comes to New Year resolutions for healthy eyes, there’s no better time to start than 2020. This can be the year that your vision goes beyond 20/20 with LASIK, or stays sharp and vibrant with a regular checkup. Beginning with a visit to Clarity Eye Group, it...
November Is Diabetic Eye Disease Month

November Is Diabetic Eye Disease Month

The American Academy of Ophthalmology has deemed November as Diabetic Eye Disease Month, a campaign designed to raise awareness on a group of eye-related complications brought on by diabetes. Here, the eye surgeons at Clarity Eye Group discuss symptoms of diabetic eye...
LASIK vs. PRK: Which Is Right for Me?

LASIK vs. PRK: Which Is Right for Me?

If you are considering undergoing laser vision correction to improve vision and reduce your dependency on prescription eyewear, it is important that you understand your options. LASIK is the most well-known laser vision correction procedure used to correct...
Ideal Candidates for Refractive Surgery

Ideal Candidates for Refractive Surgery

While millions of individuals have successfully restored their vision with some form of refractive surgery, including LASIK and PRK, there is a percentage of individuals who are not considered to be suitable candidates. In order to determine your candidacy, your...
Can Cataracts Return After Surgery?

Can Cataracts Return After Surgery?

Cataract surgery involves removing the eye’s natural lens that has clouded and blurred vision. Once the natural lens is removed, it is replaced with an artificial intraocular lens that restores clear eyesight. After surgery, a cataract cannot return. That being said,...
The Importance of Routine Eye Exams

The Importance of Routine Eye Exams

Contrary to what many people believe, eye exams go beyond just making sure vision is not blurry. At Clarity Eye Group, our board-certified eye doctors stress the role routine eye exams play in patients’ eye health and wellbeing. Here, our team explains why you...

Volunteer Surgeon in Third World Countries

I did my residency in ophthalmology from 1968 through 1971 at the Washington Hospital Center in Washington DC. I had previously graduated from UCLA Medical School and completed a one-year internship. I turned down a residency at UCLA’s Jules Stein Eye Institute,...

LASIK vs. Custom LASIK vs. PRK

If you’re tired of relying on eyeglasses or contact lenses to be able to read, drive and perform other everyday tasks, laser eye surgery is most likely the best solution for your needs. Though there are different variations and techniques of laser eye surgery, the...

Cataract Surgery with Premium Lenses

Cataracts are extremely common in older adults. Over time, the proteins in the eye start to build up and create a cloud over the lens, making it difficult for light to pass through. Cataracts, coupled with the natural visual deterioration that occurs with age, can...