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Pre & Post Operative Care

Guiding You Through the Surgical Process

As your primary eye care providers, we work with you to maintain your eye health and help you make the best choices for your visual needs. Our highly trained doctors receive ongoing education and follow best practices to help you through the process of operative surgery in a reassuring and proactive way.

Medical Optometry America is here to answer your questions and take the necessary steps to prepare for your procedure.

Seamless Care During Every Stage

To help ensure your procedure goes smoothly and seamlessly, we have developed protocols and close working relationships with all our partner surgeons.

After an assessment, your MOA eye doctor may recommend surgery. We will explain your procedure to you and answer any questions you may have about the operation.

Next, we will refer you to an ophthalmologist to perform surgery. In the meantime, we will help prepare you for your operation. That includes treating any pre-existing conditions that might interfere with your recovery or achieving optimal surgical results, such as dry eye, and performing any assessments you might need before your procedure.

After your surgery, you will need a number of follow-up appointments to monitor your progress, evaluate your healing, and test your vision to see if any correction is required after recovery. Your MOA eye doctor is the ultimate recovery resource. Our extensive medical knowledge allows us to provide a higher standard of post-surgical care.

Our commitment to ongoing education means we can provide you with the most recent information regarding recovery management and post-surgery expectations.

Referring You to Partner Ophthalmologists

The eye doctors at Medical Optometry America are uniquely focused on the medical science of eye care. Our specialized perspective empowers us to consider our colleagues in Ophthalmology more thoroughly.

No matter what procedure you need, you can trust that our doctors will only refer you to the most experienced, respected, and trustworthy surgeons in the area. We familiarize ourselves with the technology at their disposal as well as their preferred surgical techniques. Based on this information, we will refer you to the ophthalmologist that best suits your needs, providing you a more personalized experience.

If you are an Optometrist and would like to learn more about the MOA Partnerships, please visit the For Optometrists page.

Cataract Surgery

During cataract surgery, your clouded human lens which is located directly behind your pupil is removed and replaced with a clear plastic intraocular lens (IOL). Today you have the ability to choose which IOL is placed in your eye during this procedure, which only has to be done once in your lifetime. There are a wide variety of factors that need to be carefully considered before selecting your new IOL to ensure maximum comfort and visual acuity.
If you require IOL replacement surgery, your MOA doctor will work closely with you to select the perfect lens to suit your unique physical and vocational needs as well as your lifestyle.

Other Types of Surgery We Will Refer You For

  • Intraocular lens replacement
  • PRK (Photorefractive Keratectomy)
  • LASIK (Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis)
  • ICL (Implantable Contact Lens)
  • AK (Astigmatic Keratotomy)
  • PTK (Phototherapeutic Keratectomy)
  • Kamra/Presbyopic corrections
  • Partial corneal transplants
  • Corneal crosslinking
  • Pterygium Repair
  • Chalazion removal
  • YAG Lasers
  • SLT (Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty)
  • Glaucoma surgeries
  • Blepharoplasty
  • Eyelid lesion excision and biopsy
  • Retinal repair surgeries
  • Vitrectomy

Specialty Care Services

Diabetes puts your eyes at risk of diabetic eye disease. Without an early diagnosis and the appropriate treatment, this condition can result in permanent blindness.

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Age-related macular degeneration is the leading cause of blindness around the world. Through digital retinal imaging and comprehensive testing, we can detect this condition and work to preserve your vision.

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The symptoms of dry eye are irritating and disruptive. We can diagnose your unique case and provide the most effective treatment for your needs.

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Glaucoma often develops without any noticeable symptoms. Thorough testing can catch glaucoma early enough to protect your vision through treatment.

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As your eyes change due to age, your lenses become cloudy, developing cataracts. MOA doctors can determine when it’s time to increase your prescription and when you may want to consider surgery.

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