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A pterygium is a very common condition, particularly here in the San Diego area. Characterized by an abnormal growth over surface tissues of the eye, a pterygium can get progressively worse and ultimately affect the cornea. When left untreated, this condition can cause distorted vision, excessive tearing, eye irritation, eye ...
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In the first and second part of our series on presbyopia, we talked about causes of the condition and available treatment options. Today, our own Michael Gordon, MD and Dr. David Schanzlin discuss clinical trials they are currently working on that involve state-of-the-art potential treatment techniques for presbyopia. Refocus VisAbility™ ...
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In a previous blog post, we talked with our ophthalmologists Michael Gordon, MD and Dr. David Schanzlin about the causes of presbyopia, an eye condition that affects most individuals in their mid-40s and beyond. Presbyopia results in a gradual loss of near-vision, and makes it very difficult to properly focus ...
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What is Presbyopia?

Are you suddenly experiencing problems seeing objects at a close distance? If so, you may have presbyopia,  a very common eye condition that affects people in middle age. Today will begin a three-blog series on presbyopia, available treatment options, and other potential treatment techniques currently being studied by some of ...
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Each year, Gordon Schanzlin New Vision Institute partners with the San Diego County Optometric Society for Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes, an annual event created by the American Diabetes Association to bring awareness to this very common condition. Diabetic retinopathy (a diabetes-related eye condition) is the leading causes of ...
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Through The Eyes Of A Child

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Al Green’s Vision

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