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CATARACT SURGERY

Dr. Dao and Dr. Eck perform premium cataract surgery using the most up-to-date and advanced technology and techniques. This procedure removes the cataracts and includes insertion of premium intraocular lenses such as the Alcon RESTOR® and AMO TECNIS® Multifocal lenses. Many patients become glasses-independent after cataract surgery. Different cataract surgery options are available. To view or download all of the cataract surgery options offered at our office, please click below.




For more information regarding cataract surgery, please visit the link from the American Academy of Ophthalmology here.

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LASIK

Dr. Dao performs LASIK surgery to correct refractive errors, including near- and far-sightedness and astigmatism. In this procedure, Dr. Dao uses state-of-the-art VISX laser with iFS femtosecond laser technology.


For more information regarding LASIK, please visit the link from the American Academy of Ophthalmology here.

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CORNEAL TRANSPLANT

Dr. Dao performs both full- and partial-thickness corneal transplants (DALK and DSEK) to replace any damaged layer(s) of the cornea with new tissue. Dr. Dao uses the latest technology to perform these types of transplants, whether the damaged tissue involves the entire cornea, or if it is located only at the front, middle, or innermost layer.


For more information regarding corneal transplants, please visit the link from the American Academy of Ophthalmology here.

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PTERYGIUM SURGERY

In this procedure, Dr. Dao uses the most advanced techniques to remove the pterygium, a flesh-like tissue, that grows on the eye's conjunctiva. The pterygium obstructs vision in some cases by covering the cornea, and it also affects appearance.


For more information regarding pterygium surgery, please visit the link from the American Academy of Ophthalmology here.

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ANTERIOR SEGMENT RECONSTRUCTION & REPAIR

Dr. Dao utilizes the most up-to-date technology to reconstruct and repair the anterior segment of the eye. This procedure is performed in cases where there is damage to the cornea, iris, lens, ciliary body, and conjunctiva. If left untreated, trauma to this region of the eye can lead to severe infection or vision loss.


For more information regarding anterior segment reconstruction & repair, please visit the link from the American Academy of Ophthalmology and other eye health resources.

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