Procedures

Advanced Cataract Surgery, in modern terms, is typically performed through a small incision. High-frequency ultrasound, called phacoemulsification, is used to break up the cloudy lens material, and a micro-vacuum removes it from the eye. A clear, artificial implant lens of appropriate power is placed inside the eye to provide focusing power. Today, no-stitch cataract surgery is performed whenever possible.

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Advanced Pterygium Surgery is a non-cancerous growth that sometimes occurs in one and sometimes occurs in both eyes. Most occurrences of pterygium do not require surgery, but some do. An unattended advanced condition of pterygium can have a seriously bad effect on your cornea as well as your eyesight.

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Dr. Gurpreet Singh is a Highly Skilled And Respected Board Certified Ophthalmological Surgeon

Corneal Transplant Surgery may restore vision in otherwise blind eyes. The most common indication for this procedure is corneal decompensation following cataract surgery. Other common indications include: corneal ulceration, corneal scars, keratoconus, herpes simplex and varicella zoster viral opacifications, Fuchs’ Endothelial Dystrophy, and congenital abnormalities of the cornea.

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Custom LASIK and PRK Surgeries are quite similar in that the same type of laser is used; however, to start LASIK surgery the surgeon first creates a thin corneal flap using a device called a microkeratome while a corneal flap is not created during PRK.

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Glaucoma Surgery involves either laser treatment or making a cut in the eye to reduce the intraocular pressure; including, Trabectome. Trabectome is a surgical treatment which makes a microincision. It is the cutting edge technology now being used by only a select few doctors, of which Dr. Singh is one.

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