Cataracts: What Are They and How Do They Impact Vision?

Has your vision become cloudy or foggy over the years? Have you noticed colors don’t appear as bright or vibrant as they used to? Are you experiencing glare or halos around lights? If so, you may have cataracts in one or both of your eyes. A cataract is a very common condition where the lens […]

Posterior Capsule Opacification (PCO) – Also known as Secondary Cataracts or Cataract Scar Tissue

The artificial lens implanted in your eye during cataract surgery is clear, allowing light rays to pass through and focus precisely on the retina. Eventually, however, the capsule holding the IOL can become cloudy. As with a cataract, when light passes through this cloudy capsule it no longer focuses clearly on the retina and objects […]

What are cataracts & when would I need cataract surgery?

A cataract is an opacity in the lens within the eye. It upsets the focusing mechanism and patients usually complain of blur. It might be useful if we looked a model eye to start with. Cornea at the front of the eye, a clear window allowing the light through. The iris which everyone is familiar […]

Northwest Kaiser Cataract Surgery, PART 1 | Kaiser Permanente

(light music) – I’m Dr. Adam Braganza, and today we’re going to learn all about cataracts. In the next few minutes we’ll show you what cataracts are and how they can be treated with surgery. We’ll tell you about what you can expect before, and after surgery, some of the types of lenses that can […]

Canaloplasty Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery

Canaloplasty is the one surgery that I truly believe enhances flow without adding significant extra risk and without having the downsides of the more traditional surgeries while still achieving pressure lowering in the range of glaucoma drainage devices. And so this is a very exciting procedure, both to perform as well as to talk about. […]

What advancements are being made in the treatment of glaucoma?

There are some very new exciting developments in the treatment of glaucoma. First of all, are traditional eye drops that’s been over 20 years since we have a new class of drug and there are a few in the horizon one of which is the ROCK inhibitors do show great potential and they should be […]