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"When I first came to Dr. Punjabi I couldn’t read the license plate on the car in front of me with that eye. Right now it’s cleared up so I can see almost as well as before I had the eye occlusion, so we’ll see how things look the next time I get an X-Ray."
LASIK is a fascinating medical procedure. A doctor uses lasers to create a flap in the cornea and reshape the inner corneal tissue. The flap is then replaced and the eye heals normally. When the procedure is over, your need for corrective lenses is greatly reduced or eliminated. But as common a procedure as it is, there is still a lot of misinformation about LASIK out there, so today we’ll separate the myths from the facts.Continue Reading
From the time we’re children, we’re taught the importance of teamwork. From your favorite school winning March Madness to completing a major project at work, having a good team is the best way to succeed. It’s no different at CEENTA. When it comes to your hearing care, our team approach is the premier way to treat ears that may not be found elsewhere.Continue Reading
Many people know that cataracts can cause vision to cloud as they progress. But not as many people know that, in addition to the physical affects, cataracts can affect mental health as well, with links to depression in the older population.Continue Reading