TOTAL EYE CARE, Community Advocate, April 10,2009

This continuing series of columns will present a wide range of information about the eye. It is hoped that our readers will use this knowledge to familiarize themselves with eye diseases, their symptoms, preventative measures, and treatments. The professional best suited to discuss such matters is an ophthalmologist. Trained to perform total eye care, an ophthalmologist is the only eye care professional who practices medicine and surgery. An ophthalmologist is a doctor of medicine who has attended college and medical school and has served a general internship as well as at least three years of residency in eye care. That individual can diagnose disease, prescribe treatment and perform surgery. Additionally, vision problems can be detected and then addressed with surgical procedures, glasses or contact lenses. We are pleased to welcome you to our column. AT KEAMY EYE & LASER CENTRE, we look forward to helping you understand your needs and providing information so you can make an informed decision regarding TOTAL EYE CARE

P.S. An ophthalmologist is trained to diagnose diseases such as diabetes that may lie behind an eye problem.

We have high personal and professional standards, impeccable, integrity, and exceptional knowledge of all facets of eye care. In addition to providing routine eye care, Keamy Eye & Laser Centre treats diseases of the eye including dry eyes, glaucoma, cataracts, and macular degeneration. We specialize in custom laser vision correction ( LASIK & PRK), cataract surgery with the newest multifocal and toric implants, and eyelid surgery for droopy lids.  Additionally, we offer non-invasive cosmetic procedures and products to reduce lines around the eyes and face including Botox, Radiesse, Juvederm, Silkpeel microdermabrasion, Latisse, and Obagi skin care.

We’re located at 24 Lyman St., Ste. 130, where our courteous staff is professional and well trained. Please call 508.836.USEE (8733) to schedule your next eye examination, or go to Building a relationship for a lifetime of eye care.

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