Cataract Surgery Lens Implant Options

Posted by: Philadelphia Eye Associates in Eye Health on January 8, 2023

Written by John Kim and edited by Michael Abendroth, MD, MBA A cataract is an age-related clouding of the lens in the eye. This cloudy lens blocks light from entering the eye, resulting in blurry vision, glare, and haloes. The only treatment is cataract surgery, where the cataract is replaced with a clear, plastic lens… Read More

How Much Does LASIK Cost?

Posted by: Philadelphia Eye Associates in LASIK Surgery on January 8, 2023

Written by Olivia Dutton and edited by Brad Feldman, MD After becoming FDA-approved over 25 years ago, laser vision correction (including LASIK and PRK) quickly became one of the most popular elective surgeries in the United States. LASIK and PRK offer freedom from glasses or contacts. Like many elective surgeries, they are not covered by… Read More

Introducing Dr. Michael Abendroth

Posted by: Philadelphia Eye Associates in News on September 15, 2020

We are excited to announce that Dr. Michael Abendroth has joined Philadelphia Eye Associates as a full-time surgical and clinical ophthalmologist. Dr. Abendroth was born in Boston and raised in Hershey, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Dartmouth College then earned his Doctor of Medicine and Master of Business Administration degrees from Penn State University, where he… Read More

Technology Spotlight: Thermal 1-Touch

Posted by: Philadelphia Eye Associates in Eye Health on October 10, 2019

What Is Thermal 1-Touch? Thermal 1-Touch is a new, in-office treatment for blepharitis caused by Meibomian gland deficiency. What Is Meibomian Gland Deficiency? Meibomian gland deficiency is the inability of the Meibomian glands to secrete their contents in a manner that promotes a healthy tear film and ocular surface. What Causes Meibomian Gland Deficiency? The… Read More

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