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You're doing your part by wearing a mask, but with colder temperatures your glasses lenses continue to fog up. Sound familiar? Many patients are exploring alternative ways to correct their vision, including the safe and effective non- surgical option of contact lenses.

Prokera Biological Corneal Bandage a New Option Severe Dry Eye

Michigan Ophthalmology is now offering the Prokera Biological Corneal Bandage for patients with severe ocular surface disease including severe dry eye syndrome, recurrent corneal erosions, and other conditions. If you are suffering from severe dry eyes or recurrent ocular surface irritation, call to schedule a consultation to learn about this and other cutting-edge treatments we offer to treat this common, irritating condition.

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ORA System Improves Visual Outcomes in Cataract Surgery

Patients needing cataract surgery typically get a series of eye measurements in their ophthalmologist's office prior to their date of surgery. An advanced optical ultrasound called a Lenstar or IOL Master is used to measure the size and shape of the eye, which the surgeon uses in conjunction with modern lens calculation formulas to choose an appropriate intraocular lens (IOL) implant to be used surgery.

Now accepting Beaumont Employee Health Plan!

Michigan Ophthalmology is proud to now be an in-network provider for Beaumont Health employees, accepting BHEHP effective 12/1/19. Dr. Joshua Vrabec, MD, is a local, accessible, and reliable comprehensive ophthalmologist with over 10 years of clinical and academic practice in Michigan since 2009. He specializes in comprehensive ophthalmology and cataract surgery with including premium vision correction.

IPL Cures Chronic, Annoying Eyelid Lump

A recent patient of ours was bothered for months by a localized swelling in her upper eyelid, known as a chalazion. Chalazia are a result of chronic inflammation in the eyelids, particularly from something called meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD) or blepharitis.

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Now Offering New Drop-Free Treatment for Dry Eyes

Dry eye syndrome impacts millions of Americans with a variety of symptoms including irritation, redness, blurred vision, watery eyes, sandy or gritty sensation, and light sensitivity. Some may have relatively mild symptoms, but frequent symptoms are so severe (especially in the winter months), where the quality of life is impacted.

Excessive tearing may be a sign of dry eye syndrome

For many patients with dry eye syndrome (DES), their primary symptom is excessive tearing. A healthy tear film is a necessary component to clear vision and comfortable eyes, but like anything in excess, tearing can be a real nuisance.

One question that I frequently get from patients is: "But if my eyes are dry, why are they constantly watering?" Normally we produce just enough tears to protect the cornea and create good vision.

Cloudy Vision after Cataract Surgery?

Have you had cataract surgery in the past, and are now experiencing some of the same symptoms you had prior to surgery? You may be developing a "secondary" cataract, or what we term a posterior capsule opacification (PCO). Anywhere from 30-50% of patients with a history of cataract surgery will go on to develop a PCO, generally 1-5 years after the initial surgery.