At LaserVue Eye Center, we are excited to announce that the EVO Visian ICL Lens, which earned FDA approval in the United States in March 2022, is now available for our patients in San Francisco, Santa Rosa, and Mountain View.Read Article
Santa Rosa Ophthalmologist Jay Bansal, MD, medical director of LaserVue Eye Center is a nationally recognized Refractive Surgery specialist. Dr. Bansal is certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology and the Council for Refractive Surgery Quality Assurance. Recognized as a VISX Star Surgeon and one of “America’s Top Ophthalmologists” by Consumers’ Research Council, Dr. Bansal was among the first eye surgeons in California to perform the LASIK procedure. His career is dedicated to the research, teaching, and practice of advanced vision correction techniques. He has performed over 18,000 successful LASIK procedures and is certified as a trainer to other surgeons on both the VISX™ STAR and IntraLase™ Femtosecond laser systems. Dr. Bansal was the first eye surgeon in Northern California to offer the Wavelight Allegretto excimer laser to Bay Area LASIK patients. As a renowned San Francisco ophthalmologist, Dr. Bansal lectures frequently on vision correction both nationally and internationally.
Dr. Bansal has been named one of the “Best Cataract Surgeons in America” for his exceptional care and delivering state-of-the-art outcomes to the patients of Northern California.Read Article
One of the most common questions our ophthalmologists receive from patients is, “How long does LASIK last?”, or, “Is LASIK permanent?”. In this article we outline the long-term effects you can expect after LASIK and how this procedure can permanently correct blurry vision caused by refractive errors.Read Article
Refractive errors are the most common eye disorder in the world. When they occur they cause patients to experience blurred vision, loss of visual focus, and other ocular disturbances that can vary in severity. Aside from blurry vision, other symptoms such as headaches, fatigue, eye strain, and excessive squinting to focus your eyesight often accompany...Read Article
7 Things That Could Be Making Your Dry Eye Worse Dry Eye Syndrome is an irritating affliction that can make it uncomfortable to clearly see. The clinical cause of Dry Eye Syndrome is inadequate quality or quantity of tears to keep your eyes well lubricated. The tears that lubricate your eyes are not the same...Read Article
Regain High-Quality Vision at Any Distance After Cataract Surgery with the Tecnis® Multifocal IOL The buildup and accumulation of proteins in your eye’s natural lens is called a cataract. Cataracts compromise your ability to see clearly with age as they continue to cloud over, harden, and reduce focused light to your retina resulting in duller...Read Article