At LASIK of Nevada, board-certified ophthalmologist Dr. Richard Rothman, who has performed more than 30,000 laser refractive procedures, and Dr. Rajy Rouweyha, who has performed more than 10,000 laser refractive procedures, enhance eyesight with LASIK and PRK surgeries. The medical professionals use FDA-approved lasers to correct clear-vision obstructions, including nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and blindfolds. After the doctors carefully reshape corneas during either procedure, many patients enjoy 20/20 vision.
Dr. Jon L. Siems brings extensive surgical experience to his pioneering eye center?he's served as one-time director of four different laser centers in California and Nevada and has acted as a principal investigator for a trio of major FDA trials. He was also one of the first five doctors in the United States to use bladeless IntraLase LASIK technology. Inside his practice, which has now treated more than 50,000 patients, he and his team improve vision with refractive procedures, cataract-implantable contact lenses, cataract surgeries, and general eye exams
Getting your eyes taken care of at Eye Doc means more than fixing how you see?you can fix how you look, too. After your eye exam, you can discuss various solutions to your vision problems. Fashionable frames include Versace, Coach, Burberry, and Nike. If you have an aversion to glasses you can get an evaluation for contact lenses. You can also learn about eligibility for LASIK surgery, and find out if that eye at the crown of your head is normal.
The traditional eye exam isn't without its merits. Methods such as eye chart reading, eye-muscle movement scrutiny, and rousing games of "made you blink" have served optometrists well for years––and doctors Eric Brooker and Wanwalee Charoenchote of Advanced Vision Institute still employ them. But the doctors also stay hip to up-and-coming eye care trends, which is why they enlist contemporary technology during HD eye exams. These exams incorporate high-definition eye scanning and imaging, which can better identify impending cataracts, night-vision issues, dry eyes, visual floaters, and distorted vision caused by trauma.
But the optometrists don't stick strictly to eye exams; their services span everything from LASIK treatments to custom-fitting for contacts. Plus, their office sells glasses and contacts on-site, offering up practical yet stylish frames from big names such as Prada and Coach, and contacts from manufacturers such as Acuvue and Bausch & Lomb.
At iDocUSA —a sister business to Siems Lasik—Dr. Amel Youssef assesses ocular muscle strength, examines the curvature of the lens, and screens for early signs of diseases. She uses the latest medical technology, which tests the eye's abilities with tiny charts, magnifying lenses, and bright lights that help the doctor win staring contests.
Whether Dr. Youssef winds up prescribing contact lenses or glasses, or patients opt for Lasik surgery, the staff at iDocUSA can gladly help with the next step. She might aid them in selecting a lens from the 300 varieties iDocUSA has in stock, or begin pre-surgery Lasik procedures with a consultation. The store also has more than 40 designer brands of glasses, including Ray Ban, Tommy Bahama, and Prada.