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Information About Ophthalmology Services

At Kirk Eye Center, our board-certified ocular specialists provide a wide range of eye care to meet your vision needs. In addition to general eye health services, our offerings include LASIK, implantable contact lenses, premium IOLs like Symfony, Multifocal, or Toric, and laser cataract surgery. Our team can also perform cosmetic enhancements, such as eyelid surgery and BOTOX. We are happy to refer you to one of our retinal specialists for more advanced conditions, like a detached retina or macular degeneration.

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LASIK is a highly requested procedure that gives patients clearer vision by using advanced laser technology to delicately reshape the cornea.

Traditional cataract surgery involves removing the cataract (cloudy lens) and replacing it with a new lens to provide patients with better eyesight.

Using innovative technology, laser cataract surgery precisely targets and removes cataracts to improve an individual's vision with minimal downtime.

The Light Adjustable Lens by RxSight® is an IOL that is customized to your vision goals using a series of UV light treatments after cataract surgery.

Multifocal lenses are a type of IOL implanted into the eye during cataract surgery, providing better vision at both close-up and far-away distances.

Glaucoma damages the optic nerve as the result of fluid buildup from internal eye pressure and can cause total blindness if not properly treated.

If eye drops have not worked to lower your intraocular pressure, you may be a candidate for one of our cutting-edge glaucoma laser treatments.

Minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) encompasses a range of personalized procedures to lower intraocular pressure and reduce eye nerve damage.


Recovery Time
1 - 7 days

Endoscopic cyclophotocoagulation (ECP) utilizes laser energy to reduce fluid production in the eye, helping to lower a patient's intraocular pressure.

Trabeculectomy is a surgery that creates a small hole in the eye wall to allow for fluid drainage, which helps to lower intraocular pressure.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.