Ophthalmic Surgery

At Redwood Eye Center, we offer a comprehensive range of advanced ophthalmic surgical procedures to address various eye conditions and help improve your vision. Our experienced and skilled ophthalmic surgeons are committed to delivering exceptional surgical care and outcomes. We provide micro-surgical interventions for cataracts, glaucoma, and common corneal, retinal and even eyelid conditions, among others. Our state-of-the-art surgical facility is equipped with the latest technology and equipment to ensure precision, safety, and optimal results. We understand that undergoing surgery can be a significant decision, and we will guide you through the process, addressing your concerns, explaining the procedure in detail, and providing comprehensive pre-operative and post-operative care to ensure a smooth and successful recovery. 

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Cataract surgery is one of the most commonly performed, and overall highly-successful surgical procedures world-wide. Traditional manual incisional cataract surgery has evolved significantly over the years, and still provides excellent visual results for patients. Laser-assisted cataract surgery or Laser cataract surgery (as it is frequently called) is a more recently evolved technology that also enables excellent visual outcomes. Together with the vast array of premium multifocal and astigmatic intraocular lens implants, laser cataract surgery provides the added benefit of cataract removal, combined with refractive correction – to help decrease a patient’s daily reliance on their spectacle or contact-lens wear needs. 

Glaucoma surgery is another treatment option available to patients, often failing traditional eye drops. Laser-Glaucoma surgery may exist in several different variants, depending on the type of glaucoma diagnosed and is often an intermediary step, before incisional glaucoma surgery. Recent technological developments have also resulted in a multitude of minimally-invasive(MIGS) and advanced glaucoma devices surgical techniques. These advancements mean that patients who are diagnosed with both cataracts and glaucoma, may these days benefit from a combined type-of- surgical procedure to treat both conditions in a single streamlined surgery, and are increasingly popular options. At Redwood, we can certainly help guide you to make the right custom decision for your care.