Learn about the latest trends in ophthalmology during the Meet the Doctor seminar series at Florida Eye Institute. Enjoy a light lunch and discover how laser advancements and surgical options can improve vision like never before.
All seminars are free and open to the public.
Friday, Feb. 16, 2018: Glaucoma 2018 – MIGs & Medical Marijuana, Dr. Val Zudans
Now that medical marijuana is legal, patients ask if it can improve their glaucoma pressures.
Dr. Zudans discusses the latest research along with new Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery options. Are they for you?
Friday, Feb. 23, 2018: Macular Degeneration and Your Quality of Life, Dr. Thomas Baudo
Macular Degeneration is the leading cause of severe and irreversible vision loss. Proven FDA treatments can now dramatically improve sight and prevent further debilitation. Dr. Baudo explains the difference between Wet & Dry Macular Degeneration, current treatments, and the latest AREDs vitamin research.
Friday, March 2, 2018: The Revolutionary Symfony® Lens, Dr. Karen Todd.
Patients are raving about the latest FDA approved TECNIS Symfony®. Dr. Todd discusses the science behind this powerful cataract replacement lens. See how advanced military-grade optics improve near vision along with unprecedented distance after cataract surgery. Find out if Symfony® is right for you!
Friday, March 9, 2018: Astigmatism…What the Heck? Dr. Christopher Shumake
You’ve heard the term, but what is astigmatism really? Dr. Shumake reviews this common condition and explains how it can be treated – in terms everyone can understand. Dr. Cynthia Kipp, Optometrist, Low Vision Specialist, makes a special appearance. Clear up confusion with today’s cataract and laser options.
Friday, March 16, 2018: Can a Laser Cure My Floaters? Dr. Thomas Baudo
More than a mere nuisance, floaters can cause significant blind spots that impair daily function. Dr. Baudo discusses modern answers to this age-old problem using a two-tiered approach. From the latest laser technology that reduces debilitating floaters up to 90%, to quick recovery micro-incision vitrectomy.
Florida Eye Institute is located at 2750 Indian River Boulevard, Vero Beach. Lectures begin at 1:00 PM with registration at 12:30 PM. A light lunch will be provided.