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Retinal Detachment Mountain View

Retinal Detachment — Mountain View Scleral Buckling

The part of the eye that lines its back and is sensitive to light is known as the retina. This specific feature of the eye converts light rays into interpretations of images that allow us to see. In some cases, the retina can peel off the back of the eye ...

Lasik Eye Surgery Mountain View

Lasik Eye Surgery — Mountain View Vision Correction

At the Neovision Eye Center in Mountain View, Dr. Shobha Tandon offers a vision-correction technique called Lasik eye surgery, which uses laser energy to eliminate the need for contacts or corrective glasses. This form of correction is called refractive surgery, and it works by reshaping the eye’s outer curvature, ...

Cataracts Mountain View

Cataracts — Mountain View Eye Treatments

As we get older, our risk for incurring vision problems increases. One of the more common issues associated with age-related vision loss is cataracts. There are over 20 million Americans over the age of 39 who suffer from this terrible affliction. Symptoms of cataracts generally include blurred vision and light sensitivity, which ...

Glaucoma Mountain View

Glaucoma — Eye Disease Treatment Mountain View

A common eye disease that many of us will experience as we move into the twilight years is glaucoma. Unfortunately, there is currently no cure for this disease that damages the optic nerve, which connects the eyes to the brain. However, Dr. Shobha Tandon at Neovision Eye Center can implement ...

Lazy Eye Amblyopia

Amblyopia — Lazy Eye Mountain View Treatment

Amblyopia is the technical term used to describe a lazy eye. This issue stems from how the brain interprets visual images from either one or both eyes. Kids with this condition can fall behind in their school and struggle in a variety of ways. In some cases, the problem is ...

Eyelid Surgery Mountain View

Eyelid Surgery — Ptosis Mountain View Blepharoplasty

Ptosis is a condition that affects the upper eyelids. It’s recognized by excessive drooping of the eyelid that partially covers the pupil. This condition is treatable with eyelid surgery. Eyelid surgery, or blepharoplasty, provides a surgical solution to ptosis by removing excess skin on and above the eyelid as ...

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