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  • Normal Vision
    The eye s surface is convex and light rays that hit it bend toward its center In an eye that has a normally curved cornea and the correct shape an

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  • Myopia
    Nearsightedness myopia When the eyeball is too long light rays focus in front of rather than on the retina Under these circumstances near objects are perceived clearly but distant objects

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  • Hyperopia
    Print Farsightedness hyperopia When the eyeball is too short light rays entering the eye focus behind the retina Distant objects are seen clearly but near objects are not

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  • Astigmatism
    has an uneven curvature sometimes it is the eye s lens that is irregularly shaped This type of irregularity causes light to focus on more than one spot in the back of the eye causing blurred vision Do you have

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  • Premium Replacement Lens Plan Options
    are 3 types of advanced technology Intra Ocular Lens Implants IOL s They are Monofocal Aspheric IOL s Premium Toric Monofocal IOL s and Premium Life Style IOL s Each type of IOL currently available has unique advantages We offer all types of replacement intraocular lens implants and will help you decide which type of high technology lens best meets your needs For a full discussion of IOL technology please go to the following American Academy of Ophthalmology website for a comprehensive unbiased discussion http www geteyesmart org eyesmart diseases iol implants cfm Do you have ASTIGMATISM There s a lens to correct that too We may recommend a TORIC lens to Reduce or eliminate corneal astigmatism and significantly improve distance vision Correct for both cataracts and astigmatism at the same time Provide the QUALITY distance vision you need Which replacement lens is right for ME This question can be answered only after careful consideration of the health of your eyes your individual lifestyle and the demands of your occupation and hobbies Before advising you we will want to know more about The kind of work you do How many hours a day you read as well as what types of reading you do How many hours a day you use a computer The types of outdoor activity you enjoy Your hobbies and whether you do close work like sewing or knitting How much driving you do at night Whether you like to travel How bothered you are by wearing glasses You choose For cataract patients the choice is between a monofocal lens plus glasses or a premium lifestyle lens based on advanced multifocal technology Patients without cataracts can choose bifocals or the chance to recapture a full range of quality vision with less dependence on corrective lenses Ultimately the

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  • Presbyopia
    reading glasses are the traditional prescription for remedying this presbyopic loss of accommodation but recent technology makes it possible to exchange the inflexible lens for one designed to compensate for changes in the eye and improve functional vision at all

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  • Patient Forms | Answers to Frequently Asked Eye Questions provided by Augusta Eye M.D. located in Augusta, GA
    for download Please also take a look at the Advanced Directive form on the same page sometimes called a Living Will or a Durable Power of Attorney for Healthcare and the explanation of advance directives You will also find copies of our Notice of Privacy and an explanation of patient rights and responsibilities Do you know the difference between an ophthalmologist an optometrist and an optician Do you know how

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  • Patient Forms
    Instructions Pre Op Instructions including NSAID Pre Op Instructions no NSAID Pre Op Instructions clinic patients Discharge Instructions Discharge Instructions generic drops no NSAID Discharge Instructions generic drops Discharge Instructions with Nevanac Privacy and Patient Rights Grievance Procedure Notice of

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