Research Studies

Gordon Schanzlin New Vision Institute was one of the original clinical investigators for a U.S. Food and Drug Administration study on the The KAMRA™ corneal inlay. This innovative treatment recently received FDA approval to treat the loss of near vision that is often associated with presbyopia. The KAMRA™ inlay can ...
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In our last blog post titled, “What Causes Presbyopia?”, our eye surgeon, Dr. Michael Gordon, explained why this condition occurs as we age. In addition to laser surgery and lens implants, one of the latest investigative treatments for presbyopia is the Presbia Flexivue Microlens™. Dr. Gordon, who is actively involved ...
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San Diego, CA – April 7, 2011 – The Cornea Research Foundation of America – an international not-for-profit research organization founded in 1988 to preserve, protect and restore human sight is conducting a national clinical study comparing visual results, patient satisfaction and quality of life issues as they relate to ...
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Gordon Schanzlin New Vision Institute is conducting a research study investigating the effectiveness of a new LASIK procedure. You may receive payment for participating. To determine if you are a candidate call for your free consultation, at 1-800-NEW-VISION. ...
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Understanding the loss of near vision. A healthy, young eye is able to focus light from both far and near objects to create a clear image at all distances. By age 45, the eye’s natural lens is too stiff to focus on near points. As a result, near tasks like ...
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