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The Eye Center of Southern Indiana offers procedures ranging from basic eye care to refractive and conventional surgical operations. Our experts specialize in cataract surgery, LASIK and PRK laser vision correction, minimally invasive glaucoma surgery, remedies for macular degeneration, and laser floater removal. The Eye Center of Southern Indiana also offers comprehensive eye exams, including treatment for myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism, as well as for eye allergies, dry eye, and common eye infections. Scroll below for a full list of our procedures and treatments complete with extensive descriptions. 

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Cataracts occur when proteins cloud on the eye's internal lens. An expert ophthalmologist can diagnose and remove them to improve clarity of vision.

Laser cataract surgery uses advanced refractional technology to safely remove and replace cataracts, reducing cloudiness and greatly improving vision.

Traditional cataract surgery is performed by making a small incision on the eye, breaking apart the clouded lens, and replacing it with a fresh one.

When the natural lens of the eye is removed due to cataracts, our team will replace it with an artificial intraocular lens to enhance your sight.

Glaucoma is a group of eye conditions that can often lead to blindness because of damage to the optic nerve over time and improper eye drainage.

Minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) utilizes the most precise techniques and advanced technologies to manage fluid drainage from the eye.

If you're bothered by the presence of floaters in your line of sight, laser floater removal targets these clumps and eliminates them from the eyes.

Retinal tears and detachments can result in severe vision impairment, if not blindness, when they're not treated promptly by an eye professional.

Diabetic retinopathy is a retinal disease that can develop in diabetic patients who don't keep their blood sugar under control and in a normal range.

Macular degeneration is a retinal eye disease that affects the macula, which is the structure of the eye that is responsible for central vision.

Retinal injections are offered to patients with macular degeneration and serve to prevent the unwanted growth of unnecessary retinal blood vessels.

Laser retina treatments are offered to patients suffering from a type of retinal disease and work to seal off blood vessels or repair retinal tears.

Blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery) can remove excess skin around the eyes to improve your vision and create a youthful-looking facial appearance.

Ptosis is the medical term for a saggy or droopy upper eyelid, which can be corrected with a surgical procedure to excise the unwanted skin.

Styes and chalazions are very common eyelid lumps and bumps that may go away on their own or can be drained or excised if necessary due to irritation.

Entropion and ectropion eyelids can cause discomfort for patients and lead to other vision-related problems if not repaired by a skilled eye surgeon.

Refractive surgery describes a group of vision correction procedures that aim to fix a refractive error, such as myopia, hyperopia, and presbyopia.

LASIK is a minimally invasive surgery that uses a highly precise laser to reshape the cornea and enhance vision, healing faster than other surgeries.

PRK is a laser eye surgery that removes the outer layer of the eye in order to reshape the cornea beneath. It takes longer to heal than LASIK.

Refractive lens exchange creates a small incision in the eye to replace your current inner lens with a synthetic one, allowing lasting vision clarity.

Eye exams are essential assessments performed by qualified optometrists for people of all ages, evaluating vision and other aspects of eye health.

Myopia, or nearsightedness, is a common condition that makes distant objects harder to see. It's correctable with glasses, contacts, or laser surgery.

Hyperopia, or farsightedness, is when a patient has trouble seeing close up. It can be addressed via corrective lenses or laser surgery techniques.

Presbyopia is the natural fading of vision with age due to weakening muscles and support tissue within the eye, often treated with multifocal lenses.

Diplopia, or double vision, is diagnosed when patients see duplicated images and is often a side effect of another eye health concern, like cataracts.

Astigmatism is characterized by an abnormal corneal shape and can lead to a number of vision problems or indicate another issue, like keratoconus.

Amblyopia, or lazy eye, develops when one eye is weaker than the other and can be fixed with corrective eyewear, prescription eye drops, and more.

Experts in Bloomington, IN accurately diagnose and treat eye infections, from the common and mildly irritating to the rare and severely dangerous.

Eye allergies, caused by the body's reaction to irritants in the air or on contact lenses, can be diagnosed and treated by a qualified eye specialist.

Dry eye syndrome is a common condition that occurs when tears fail to adequately lubricate the eye. A qualified doctor can diagnose and treat dry eye.

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

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