​The origin of intraocular lenses

Feb 24, 2017

Millions of people who have had cataracts had their cloudy lenses replaced with intraocular lenses. A wide variety are now available, including those that treat astigmatism, those that help people see both near and far without corrective lenses, and those that reduce halos around lights at night. But did you know that the inspiration for this medical treatment has its origins in a World War II injury?

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Dr. Barbara Lee on WCNC's Charlotte Today

Feb 24, 2017

CEENTA Ophthalmologist Barbara Lee, MD, talks about how aging affects the eye on WCNC's Charlotte Today.

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​Get ahead of spring allergies now

Feb 21, 2017

Valentine’s Day is a week behind us, and there is still a month to go until the official beginning of spring. You may think you have plenty of time before you have to start thinking about spring allergies, but actually, the best time to start dealing with them is now.

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​Hearing loss and children: what every parent should know

Feb 17, 2017

There is nothing quite like the smile on a baby’s face as they hear their parents coo over them, or the excitement you get from hearing them learn to talk. Unfortunately, not all babies and young children can hear. What canhearing loss mean for a child, and what can parents do to make sure their children don’t grow up in a world of silence?

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​Eye care innovation: new cornea treatment at CEENTA

Feb 14, 2017

Cornea distortion can take away a person’s vision, but CEENTA has acquired a new system called Avedro, which stabilizes the progression of one cornea condition called keratoconus without the need for surgery.

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