847.249.4660

3477 Grand Avenue, Gurnee, IL 60031

Senior Eye Health Technology

The surgeons at SureVision of Lake County have helped thousands of people enjoy better vision. Leading the way with new medications and surgical procedures, SureVision of Lake County can diagnose and treat a wide range of diseases and conditions. We're committed to providing our patients the most advanced care available.

Technology

Senior Eye Care Lake County IL We are totally committed to remaining on the cutting-edge of ophthalmic innovation and technology. We continually invest in state-of-the-art diagnostic and surgical equipment. Our doctors go through rigorous, ongoing training to ensure that we're doing everything we can to improve our patients' vision and quality of life. We know our focus on technology is worth the investment and our patients tell us they can truly see the difference.

Our commitment to our patients, evidenced by our investment in technology, is why we have so much information on our Web site. We want our patients to recognize that there is a difference in eye care providers. Eye care and vision correction have come a long way since the days when an individual's only option was a new pair of glasses. Our doctors are now using breakthrough treatments that have improved vision for millions of patients of all ages and from all walks of life.

Our cutting edge technology for seniors includes conductive keratopalsty (CK), the Technis lens implant, the ARRAY Multifocal Lens, the Selecta 7000 Glaucoma Laser System, the Zeiss IOLMaster, the Medtronic Endoscopic CycloPhotocoagulation laser,(ECP), the Heidelberg Optic Nerve Tomographer, the Zeiss PHP macular degeneration screener, along with numerous other standard instruments that most other offices have, such as a-scan biometers, corneal topographers and visual field analyzers.

Ophthalmic surgery is now a precise, sophisticated science, where surgeons rely on advanced technology to diagnose and treat problems such as glaucoma, corneal disease, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy and cataracts. Many procedures that used to require a hospital stay and lengthy recovery are now performed on an outpatient basis with most patients returning to their normal activities the next day.



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