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LASIK & Cataract Surgery in Eugene, OR

Dr. Bala Ambati M.D. PH.D. provides patient-centered, compassionate care alongside the most advanced eye surgery in Eugene, OR. He was rated in the top 10% of the nation’s physicians for patient satisfaction by Press-Ganey Associates in 2014, and #1 in a Top 40 under 40 global survey global survey of ophthalmologists by The Ophthalmologist magazine in May 2015. Dr. Ambati has been chosen as one of the Moran Jazz Doctors, the NBA Utah Jazz team ophthalmologists. He is the world’s youngest doctor, receiving his medical degree at age 17. Dedicated to providing compassionate & comprehensive eye care to the residents of Eugene, Bend and more, Dr. Ambati is an eye surgeon specializing in lifestyle lens implants, LASIK, cataract surgery and corneal transplants. As leader in ophthalmology, Dr. Ambati was the Professor of Ophthalmology at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, and the team ophthalmologist for the Utah Utes. He also directs a laboratory for developing new cures for eye diseases and volunteers his time with ORBIS, Project Hope, Sight for the Sightless, the Navajo Nation, and other humanitarian outreach efforts.

Choose Dr. Ambati for the highest quality of eye care in the treatment of cataracts and laser vision correction. Dr. Ambati spends time with each patient and their family explaining the condition, options, and outcomes. Dr. Ambati sees all of his patients before surgery and performs all of his patients postoperative exams, ensuring a sound continuity of care with careful screening and follow-up. Dr. Ambati goes above and beyond to ensure you receive the attention you deserve and the best visual results.

 

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See Better After Custom Cataract Surgery &
Become Free From Glasses

Cataract patients now have the option to have their vision corrected to allow them to see at both near and far distances after Custom Cataract Surgery! These lens implants provide significantly reduced dependence on glasses for all tasks of daily living, providing a range of focus that laser vision correction cannot achieve in patients over 40.

What Does It Mean To Have A Color Vision Deficiency?

Color vision deficiency or, as it is more commonly known, color blindness, occurs when you are unable to perceive a wide spectrum of colors that the eye should be able to see. Color blindness can affect people at a variety of different levels, some may just only be unable to discern shades of red and green while others might see the world only in shades of grey. The most common color blindness affliction is the inability to discern shades of red and green, but a small percentage of people who suffer from color blindness will only see the world in black and white.

3 Ways To Protect Your Vision In The Office

Digital eye strain is a rapidly growing issue in today\'s computer reliant world. If you work in an office, chances are you will be spending quite some time in front of a computer screen which can cause your eyes to strain. In fact, 70 percent of Americans who work with computers on a daily basis deal with symptoms of digital eye strain. Luckily, there are some precautions you can take to help prevent digital eye strain and protect your vision.

GlassesOff Scientists Report New Findings Associating Vision Sharpness with Visual Processing Speed

According to GlassesOff scientists, there is a positive correlation between your vision sharpness and visual processing speed—these results were published in Nature’s Scientific Reports. The report concludes that “there is a correlation between the fovea—a part of the retina—and crowding, processing speed and vision sharpness.”