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Visual Rehab, Life After PKP

New Surgical Options Following Corneal Transplantation By Eugene Gabianelli, M.D. The corneal department at Georgia Eye Partners, including Dr. Gabianelli, Dr. Feinberg, and the newest member, Dr. Karen Sumers, have had great clinical success utilizing various surgical techniques to improve vision and treat the full spectrum of refractive errors. The visual rehab of a penetrating…  read more


Corneal Surgery Update

By Andrew Feinberg M.D. We continue to expand here at Georgia Eye Partners, as our cornea department opens the doors to a brand new suite at our north location this September, and welcomes the vast experience of Dr. Karen Sumers to the practice! What better opportunity exists to discuss some exciting trends in corneal surgery…  read more


Punctal Plugs

A Punctal Plug may not be the answer for every Dry Eye patient, but for some, it’s the relief they need. Many people have chronic symptoms of dry eyes. There are countless different brands of artificial tears that are available when you go to the drug store, and most people have tried several at some…  read more


Laser Resurfacing

Laser Resurfacing Blog I’ve heard so much lately about CO2 laser resurfacing! What exactly is it, how can it benefit me, and am I a good candidate? These are some of the most frequently asked questions regarding this type of procedure. CO2 laser resurfacing is a procedure that utilizes concentrated, pulsed beams of light to…  read more


The Cornea

The Cornea Blog The cornea is the clear outer window to the back of the eye.  Why is it important to understand what the cornea is and how it works? The answer is that because if any part of the cornea is compromised, no matter how healthy the rest of the eye is, you will…  read more


Contact Lens Hygiene

Why is important to clean and care for my contact lenses? This question may seem like an easy one to answer but many contact lens wearers are guilty of misusing their lenses on a daily basis. In the past, most contacts were considered conventional wear lenses. This means that they were designed to be replaced…  read more


Intraocular Lens Options

Modern cataract surgery has seen many advances during the last few years. An intraocular lens, which is placed at the time of cataract surgery, can now offer correction of astigmatism, nearsightedness and farsightedness. There are also special lenses which can correct both near and distance vision. The astigmatism correcting lenses are called Toric intraocular lenses….  read more


Open Angle Glaucoma Blog

Have you or a family member been diagnosed before with glaucoma? You may be wondering what exactly glaucoma is. Glaucoma is a disease that, if left untreated, can cause progressive vision loss.  It may even lead to blindness.  So it is very important to know what glaucoma is and how to treat it. There are…  read more


Welcome

Welcome to our blog! Within this regularly updated feature of our website, we will provide you with practice news and specials, as well as information regarding the most recent technological advances and new treatments in ophthalmology. We believe that patient education and open communication with your doctor are the keys to achieving healthy, fully functional results and…  read more


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