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New Safety Precautions at Silk Vision

May 15, 2020   |  Posted By admin

To protect the health and wellbeing of our patients and staff, Silk Vision is implementing some enhanced safety standards in our offices, common areas, and patient exam rooms.

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Keratoconus Treatment - Video by Dr. Silk

April 16, 2020   |  Posted By admin

Did you know Keratoconus affects 1 in every 2,000 people living in the U.S.? If you're unfamiliar with the disorder, Dr. Silk has created a video explaining what Keratoconus is and how we treat it at Silk Vision.

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What is Telemedicine and How Does it Work?

April 15, 2020   |  Posted By admin

As the world adjusts to social distancing practices, people are turning to technology to help them connect. Like a company holding team meetings via video chat, the healthcare industry is turning to telemedicine for non-emergency medical care.

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February is AMD Awareness Month!

February 13, 2020   |  Posted By admin

It’s AMD awareness month, and the American Academy of Ophthalmology and Silk Vision & Surgical Center are reminding people with AMD that treatment is possible.

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Puffy Eyes? A Blepharoplasty Can Help!

January 2, 2020   |  Posted By admin

The holiday season has come to an end, so it’s time to make those New Year’s Resolutions! Whether you want to get to the gym more or eat healthier, 2020 is all about changing your life for the better.

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Learn about Keratoconus and the Cross-Linking Procedure

December 27, 2019   |  Posted By admin

While you might not yet have heard of keratoconus, it is the most common form of corneal dystrophy.

Eyelid Malpositions Explained

November 26, 2019   |  Posted By admin

Do you notice each time you blink? Most likely, the answer is no. Our eyelids often go unnoticed. This mysterious, often-overlooked part of our anatomy is essential for our overall eye health, and diseases in the eyelids can have serious consequences.

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November 10 is World Keratoconus Day!

November 1, 2019   |  Posted By admin

This November, join Silk Vision in our celebration of World Keratoconus Day.

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Seven Signs You Have a Cataract

October 7, 2019   |  Posted By admin

Cataracts, which are cloudy areas that can form in the lens of your eye, are a common concern dealt with by many Americans as they age. The best way to be prepared in case cataracts affect you is to be aware of the signs; cataracts have many distinct effects on your sight.

Should I Get Botox?

September 24, 2019   |  Posted By admin

How Botox Reduces Crow’s Feet and Fine Lines Around My Eyes

As we age, crow’s feet and other fine lines around the eyes are a common development. Luckily, there are many wonderful options to pursue that can help reduce these lines, helping our patients achieve their desired appearance.