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Bay Area Eye Institute’s Benevolent Technician Staff

Lisa and her colleagues at POF have partnered again with RAM as a “community host group” to arrange and host a “pop-up” free clinic on October 8 & 9, 2022, to serve the disadvantaged people of Madison County.

Living with Glaucoma – one patient’s story

John has glaucoma. Here is his story about how he found the eye disease and received treatment from Tampa, Florida’s Bay Area Eye Institute.

Dry eye syndrome facts: Everything you need to know

Dry eye syndrome (DES) is a condition that occurs when the eyes do not produce enough tears, the tears are not of the correct consistency, or when they evaporate too quickly. In this article, we’ll take an in-depth look at this afflictive eye condition and provide a plan for relief for those suffering from dry eye syndrome.

Fuchs’ Dystrophy: One patient’s experience and the importance of choosing the right surgeon

Fuchs’ dystrophy is an eye disease that affects the cornea, the clear dome “window” at the front of the eye. The cornea helps to focus light and protect the eye. Fuchs’ dystrophy causes the cornea to become thick and can lead to major vision problems. Here’s one patient’s story and how she found relief with Dr. Berger and Bay Are Eye Institute.

Light adjustable Lens™ from RxSight®. The perfect IOL?

Dr. Berger’s staff sat down with Barb and discussed the available options for IOLs. She learned that traditional “standard” IOLs are set to generally focus at one distance — typically either “intermediate” or “far” — but not both near AND far. These lenses are monofocal (also called single-focus) IOLs. Standard IOLs are included in the cost of cataract surgery with most medical insurance plans, including Barb’s.

Are Premium IOLs worth the cost when getting cataract surgery?

Dr. Berger’s staff sat down with Barb and discussed the available options for IOLs. She learned that traditional “standard” IOLs are set to generally focus at one distance — typically either “intermediate” or “far” — but not both near AND far. These lenses are monofocal (also called single-focus) IOLs. Standard IOLs are included in the cost of cataract surgery with most medical insurance plans, including Barb’s.