If you have astigmatism and cataracts, one intraocular lens can correct both! This astigmatism-correcting, intraocular lens (AC-IOL) is called a "toric" IOL. Conventional IOLs do not correct for astigmatism, so many patients with astigmatism who do not elect to have a toric IOL, will still need glasses for distance and near vision after their cataract surgery. Dr. Miller strives to make each patient independent of glasses. Ask us if you're a candidate for this premium IOL.
For each thorn, there's a rosebud... for each twilight — a dawn... for each trial — the strength to carry on, for each stormcloud — a rainbow... for each shadow — the sun... for each parting — sweet memories when sorrow is done. —Ralph Waldo Emerson-- We lost our Office Manager of 14 years, Patti Lynn Weiss, on June 23, 2013. She was an extraordinarily caring and compassionate individual, who will be greatly missed by her work family and patients alike. Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society.