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Everybody wants to see well but not everybody can have LASIK. Implantable collamer lenses(ICL) may be your solution, whether you have thin corneas or extreme myopia or astigmatism. Visian ICLs may be your best solution.
Abbotsford, BC A new era in cataract surgery began last Wednesday, February 13, as the first all laser cataract surgery - LenSx® was performed in the state-of-the-art surgical center: Valley Laser Eye Centre.
IRVINE, Calif. AcuFocus, Inc. (www.AcuFocus.com), maker of an innovative corneal inlay revolutionizing the treatment of near vision loss (presbyopia), today announced that it received approval from Health Canada to market and sell the KAMRA™ inlay within Canada. They announced further that they have received a certificate of free sale, which will now open up additional markets such as Argentina, Russian Federation, Venezuela, Peru, Mexico, India and Colombia. The KAMRA inlay is a unique treatment option that uses small aperture optics to restore near and intermediate vision.
VLEC is proud to anounce that we now offer the Kamra Inlay.
Valley Laser Eye Centre is happy to provide a mobile friendly website.
Simply enter our web address info your mobile browser and our new mobile webiste will apear. Besides being very informative about all our the surgical eye treatments we offer, it's extremely handy if you are look to contact us or need driving direction as we have included the interactive Google Map with the ability for you to enter your location, wherever you are, and get precise direction straight to our front door.
I was interviewed by Simi Sara of CKNW about the change in how patients obtain their foldable lens implants when undergoing publicly founded cataract surgery. We had a nice conversation; she asked difficult questions. I forgot to mention that as a refractive cataract surgeon my ultimate goal is to make every patient free of their glasses. Oh well. Next time! Dr John F Blaylock.
Patients with keratoconus present enormous challenges to optometrists and ophthalmologists. Traditionally patients with progressive keratoconus have required penetrating keratoplasty to rehabilitate their visual function. Unfortunately penetrating keratoplasty has at least a five percent failure rate and even successful grafts may fail over time.