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All About Cataracts
"I wanted to be able to achieve a level of vision that I haven't had for years, and the only lens that I believed could do that was the multifocal lens. I made that decision and I'm really glad I did." -William Martin, MD
Like the lens of a camera, the eye’s lens focuses to keep the images of both close and distant objects clear. Over time, the lens becomes less transparent; studies suggest accumulated exposure to ultraviolet light causes the natural lens to cloud. Most often, this clouding (called a cataract) develops slowly as proteins within the lens degenerate.Learn more about cataract surgery
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CHARLESTON'S LEADING RETINA DOCTORS
Do you have macular degeneration or diabetic eye disease? The Charleston area's premier retina specialists at Carolina Eye Physicians want to help you find relief. Retinal diseases vary widely, but most of them cause visual symptoms. Retinal diseases can affect any part of your retina, a thin layer of tissue on the inside back wall of your eye.The expert retina doctors at Carolina Eye Care Physicians will examine your eyes and find the best long-term treatment for your eyes.Learn more about our doctors
Carolina Eyecare Physicians is different than other Charleston LASIK centers. Dr. Kerry Solomon is a board-certified refractive surgeon. Unlike eye surgeons who move from one volume LASIK discount center’s assembly line to another, Dr. Solomon is available to tend to your individual needs before, during, and after your vision correction procedure.
Without a precise diagnostic workup, even the best LASIK laser cannot give you the accurate results you have a right to expect. Carolina Eyecare Physicians uses precision Orbscan® 3-D mapping and WaveScan WaveFront™ diagnostic technology.
They’re YOUR eyes. Don’t settle for less than the superior precision and safety of bladeless all-laser LASIK technology at Carolina Eyecare Physicians in Charleston. If you are looking for bladeless all-laser LASIK in Charleston, look to Dr. Kerry Solomon at Carolina Eyecare Physicians!