Things You Can Do Right Now to Reduce Your Risk of Eye Disease and Vision Loss

The team at Island Eye Surgicenter cares deeply about our patients’ ocular health. We feel a duty and responsibility to educate you about ways to preserve your vision and lower your risk of sight-stealing diseases. You might be surprised to learn that there are simple steps that you can take right now to reduce your… Continue Reading →

Does Cataract Surgery Hurt?

Before a laser cataract treatment procedure, our patients often ask us: “Is cataract surgery painful?” The eyes are an extremely sensitive area of the body, and it is natural to feel nervous or apprehensive about a laser or other surgical instruments coming into contact with the eyes. Some people even postpone the treatment they need… Continue Reading →

Natural Ways to Lift the Eyelids that Don’t Work

The Internet is teeming with natural solutions to nearly every cosmetic problem: think natural hair dye or natural teeth whitening. The truth is that some things are better left to a professional, such as treatment to lift drooping or hooded eyelids. Regardless, that doesn’t stop so-called Internet experts from suggesting natural ways to lift the… Continue Reading →


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