Many people around the world want to get LASIK, and it’s easy to see why. LASIK provides better sight for those with myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism. It’s no surprise that people are looking to be free from glasses and contacts for good. But what about people with cataracts who also want LASIK? Cataracts occur when… Read More
Drs. Randy Epstein, Parag Majmudar, and Rachel Epstein recently attended the Cornea 360 meeting in Scottsdale, AZ. This was a gathering of many of the major corneal specialists from around the world. They gave invited presentations on “Corneal Crosslinking (CXL)” and attended a number of important educational seminars .
Chicago Cornea Consultants was one of the first practices in the area to offer the type of specialized care for patients with keratoconus that is discussed in this article about Stephen Curry: https://www.si.com/nba/2019/04/03/stephen-curry-wearing-contacts-eye-condition-warriors
Eyesight can change and worsen over time. The change can be so gradual, in fact, that it can be difficult to know when exactly it is worth getting glasses. In particular, near vision tends to become much worse after the age of 40. This is because the lens of your eye, which is normally flexible,… Read More
Chicago Cornea Consultants, LTD. recently held their bi-annual Optometric Co-Management Update course at the Stonegate Conference Center in Hoffman Estates. We had an incredible turn out this year, with over 235 optometrists in attendance! Special Thanks to our honored guest speaker, Jeffrey Sonsino, OD from Nashville, TN. and our Chicago Cornea staff for putting together… Read More
LASIK is a popular and successful vision correction procedure. If you are someone with vision impairment, it is something worth considering. But there are many factors that can affect your decision or eligibility to receive LASIK. Keep reading to find out if LASIK could work for you! Health Requirements for LASIK An in-depth eye exam… Read More
Dr. Parag A. Majmudar was invited to the prestigious Wills Eye Hospital in Philadelphia in January 2019 where he was honored as the guest speaker and led the Visiting Professor Rounds. Dr. Majmudar spoke on various topics related to refractive surgery.
Cataracts are a common eye condition, especially in older patients. The natural lens in our eye tends to get cloudy as a normal side effect of age. Cataracts don’t only affect the elderly, either. Anyone above the age of forty is likely to develop a cataract. Even younger patients can get cataracts. Even though cataracts… Read More
If you live in Chicago, you know that winter is brutal! Your skin cracks, the wind howls and gets in your bones, and your eyes get really dry. If dry eye is driving you crazy, don’t worry! Keep reading for tips on surviving winter dry eye this year! Drink More Water One of the easiest… Read More