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General Eye Care

Eye care is extremely important to everyone and not just people in need of treating keratoconus. It is recommended that each person (regardless of whether they wear glasses or not) visit an eye doctor at least once every 2 years and more often in many cases.

People with diabetes or other systemic diseases must see their eye doctor even more frequently to ensure adequate eye care. People with keratoconus must also see their eye doctor on a more frequent basis. Talk to your eye care professional to find out how often you should be examined to be certain of the best possible eye care possible.

The quality of your care also depends on the skills of your surgeon: Dr. Turner is specially trained in treating eye diseases and performing surgery on the eye. Together, his years of general eye care, specialized corneal and refractive experience, and the dedication of a well-trained team ensure you of the absolute best possible visual outcome.

In addition to refractive surgery, Turner Eye Institute offers solutions for most general eye care needs.

  • Comprehensive Eye Examinations
  • "Stitchless" Cataract Surgery clear cornea technique - using an ultra-small incision and foldable intraocular lens
  • Topical anesthesia cataract surgery with I.V. sedation, no patch, no needles, no sutures
  • Laser treatment for problems associated with Glaucoma, Diabetic Retinopathy, Macular Degeneration, Anterior Segment disorders and for some corneal disorders
  • Corneal transplants
  • Corneal Topography - computerized mapping of the cornea for detailed analysis of the cornea
  • Blepharoplasty - Plastic surgery of the eyelids
  • Glaucoma treatment and surgery
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I had headaches from astigmatism my whole life. Now, with LASIK, the headaches are gone and I can broadcast a 49er game without glasses!
Joe Starkey KGO Sports Director "Voice of the 49ers"
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