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Information About Vision Services

At Wang Vision Institute, our skilled team of eye surgeons and optometrists diagnose, manage, and treat a wide range of eye-related disorders and concerns. Along with performing comprehensive eye health examinations, we offer numerous laser vision correction treatments (such as LASIK, PRK, and SMILE) and address issues, like glaucoma and cataracts. Our team also works with patients to detect and correct problems with the retina and cornea (such as flashes, floaters, and keratoconus).

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Using advanced laser technology and precision to reshape the corneas, LASIK is widely regarded as the most popular vision correction surgery today.

3D SMILE (small incision lenticule extraction) is a minimally invasive refractive eye surgery that corrects a patient's vision without making a flap.

Photorefractive keratectomy, often shortened to PRK, was one of the first industry-changing laser vision correction services and is still done today.

Utilizing four advanced technologies to produce comprehensive results, Forever Young lens surgery can be done for those with presbyopia or cataracts.

Implantable contact lenses are becoming more and more popular among men and women who wish to achieve long-lasting improvement in their vision.

Glaucoma is a diverse group of optical disorders that can cause damage to the optic nerve, which in turn has a negative impact on a person's vision.

With a range of advanced technologies at our disposal, your minimally invasive glaucoma surgery is tailored to address your unique eye condition.

When glaucoma has progressed to the point of MIGS no longer being an option, a trabeculectomy procedure is typically performed to address the issue.

A cataract is the fogging of the lens of the eye that occurs over time, generally due to age, which causes patients to have decreased vision quality.

Laser cataract surgery is quickly becoming the industry standard when it comes to treating patients who have vision-related issues due to a cataract.

While traditional cataract surgery is still widely performed today, we encourage our patients to learn about their other options for treatment.

If you develop hazy, cloudy vision in the months or years following cataract removal surgery, a YAG capsulotomy can be performed for clearer vision.

Intraocular lenses (IOLs) are artificial lenses that are utilized in laser cataract surgery to replace the cataract and restore a patient's vision.

There are a number of corneal diseases and disorders that cause harmful symptoms to manifest and can adversely affect your overall eye health.

Keratoconus is a disorder characterized by the progressive thinning of the corneal tissue. Thankfully, this condition can be managed and treated.

Corneal cross-linking is an innovative treatment relatively new to the medical field that's designed to slow or stop the progression of keratoconus.

Intacs are nearly microscopic implants that are inserted into the stoma around the edges of the cornea to address keratoconus-related vision issues.

PTK

Phototherapeutic keratectomy, also called PTK, is a treatment that addresses corneal scarring, recurrent corneal erosions, and corneal dystrophies.

Often shortened to Super K, superficial keratectomy is performed when the removal of the outermost layer of the cornea, the epithelium, is necessary.

The amniotic membrane contact lens, developed by Dr. Wang himself, utilizes the wound-healing properties of the amnion to treat dry eye and scarring.

While flashes and floaters are not usually an indication of a more serious condition, you should seek treatment if you notice a decline in vision.

Diabetic retinopathy is a disease that causes few, if any, symptoms to develop but may result in blindness if allowed to progress and left untreated.

Macular degeneration is a condition that affects the proteins within the retina, causing them to lump together and sometimes resulting in bleeding.

At Wang Vision Institute, our skilled team can accurately and effectively administer BOTOX injections throughout the upper face and around the eyes.

Adults and children should receive comprehensive eye exams every year to ensure that their quality of vision and eye health are in good shape.

Myopia, commonly known as nearsightedness, is an eye condition that can manifest in children, teens, or adults as a result of genetic factors.

Farsightedness, also known as hyperopia in medical settings, affects a person's ability to view objects, words, or pictures from a close distance.

Many adults begin to notice a decrease in the quality of their vision around or after the age of 40 as a result of the condition known as presbyopia.

Eye infections occur in people of all ages. Some of the more common types are pink eye, uveitis, blepharitis, and styes, all of which can be treated.

Dry eye syndrome is an eye condition that is characterized by persistent dryness or irritation of the eyes and can make living comfortably difficult.

Eye allergies are a common seasonal occurrence that affects millions of Americans every year. To achieve relief, schedule an eye exam at our office.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.