New Technology

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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Topography-Guided Laser Vision Correction is a state-of-the-art new technology designed to optimize the surface of the eye’s cornea so that the quality of vision after LASIK laser eye surgery is the best it can possibly be. Gordon Schanzlin New Vision Institute participated in the clinical trials that lead up to ...
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What is LipiFlow? It is estimated that 5 million Americans suffer from Dry Eye; a number that is likely to increase due to prolonged computer use and reliance on digital technologies such as smart phones, tablets, and laptops, which have been shown to decrease blink rate. Meibomian gland dysfunction is ...
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Norma is a Senior Citizen who was experiencing dim vision and was having trouble driving at night and seeing road signs. She says the change was so gradual, she didn’t even realize how bad her vision had become. After 55 years as an RN, she is an avid reader and ...
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For individuals diagnosed with endothelial disease, such as Fuchs’ dystrophy, corneal transplants can be necessary to prevent the eyes’ progressive degeneration and the gradual loss of vision. In the last decade, endothelial keratoplasty (EK) surgery was introduced as a technique to spare most of a patient’s cornea. Unlike a full-thickness ...
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You’re invited to attend a Free Lunch N Learn on Laser Refractive Cataract Surgery, called LRx. This custom, blade-free laser assisted cataract removal option, allows the surgeons at Gordon Schanzlin New Vision Institute Institute to plan and perform cataract and lens exchange surgeries to exacting individualized specifications unattainable with standard ...
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Have you noticed your doctor carrying an iPad into your exam recently? Gordon Schanzlin New Vision Institute Institute (GWSVI) has recently launched Electronic Medical Records (EMR) in the practice. This major project included acquiring the technology and equipment, training staff and physicians and integrating new processes and procedures at GWSVI. ...
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