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Price Vision Group to Participate in National Sight Week

Price Vision Group to Participate in National Sight Week Local Eye Surgeons Will Provide Free Cataract Surgery   Indianapolis, IN – Price Vision Group is pleased to announce its participation in the 2nd annual National Sight Week (October 15-21), sponsored by the American Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgery (ASCRS) Foundation. During National Sight Week, Dr. Francis Price, Jr, Dr.…

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Advancements in Cell Regeneration Not Yet as Reliable as DMEK in Fuchs’ dystrophy

Advancements in Cell Regeneration Not Yet as Reliable as DMEK in Fuchs’ dystrophy  By Francis W. Price, Jr., MD & Matthew T. Feng, MD We are always looking for better ways to correct the visual difficulties of patients with Fuchs’ dystrophy.  In fact, that is why we helped pioneer the evolution of corneal transplants from full thickness grafts (penetrating keratoplasty)…

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Dr. Francis Price, Jr. Performs First XEN® Gel Stent Procedure in Indiana on Glaucoma Patient

Indianapolis, IN – August 4, 2017 – Dr. Francis Price Jr., of the Price Vision Group and one of the top cornea specialists in the world, added another “first” to his distinguished credentials in the field of ophthalmology. Having been the first in the state of Indiana to perform several refractive surgeries such as LASIK, all-laser LASIK and CONTOURA™ Vision…

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Dr. Matthew T. Feng: One to Watch!

Matthew T. Feng, MD has been profiled as “One to Watch” by MillennialEYE Magazine! Dr. Feng is a cataract, LASIK, and corneal transplant surgeon at Price Vision Group. The distinction recognizes a “rising star” in ophthalmology. Congratulations, Dr. Feng!  You can read the article right now by Clicking here.

I have keratoconus, and I am having trouble wearing my contact lenses, but my glasses are really, thick and they distort my vision. Can a Visian ICL work for me?

Yes!  The Visian ICL can often help those who are very nearsighted as a result of keratoconus. For young people with keratoconus, we often recommend corneal crosslinking to make sure the cornea becomes stable and the keratoconus does not progress. In many cases we place small reinforcing rings in the cornea called either intracorneal ring segments or Intacs. The plastic ring segments help stabilize…

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I have astigmatism, can I still have a Visian ICL?

  Yes you can still have a Visian ICL if you have astigmatism. While the toric Visian ICL, which is specifically designed to correct astigmatism, is not available in the US, we can typically correct the astigmatism when ICLs are implanted in one of 3 ways.  The first and most frequent method is to place the incision to insert the Visian ICL in…

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Visian ICL’s: When and Why

We have all heard of LASIK. LASIK has almost become routine as it provides rapid visual recovery, is safer than wearing contact lenses, and actually is much less expensive than contact lenses. So why would someone want a lens like the Visian ICL implanted inside the eye, instead? Here are 5 reasons: 1) In some cases a person has corneas…

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Price Vision Group Earns Esteemed 2015 Angie’s List Super Service Award

Price Vision Group Earns Esteemed 2015 Angie’s List Super Service Award Award reflects company’s consistently high level of customer service   Price Vision Group has earned the service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award, reflecting an exemplary year of service provided to members of the local services marketplace and consumer review site in 2015. “Only about 5 percent of the Ophthalmology…

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Why soft contact lenses do not usually provide satisfactory astigmatism correction.

Soft contact lenses have an inherent problem with trying to correct astigmatism. The problem is that with each blink, contact lenses not only move up and down, they also rotate either clockwise or counter clockwise. The rotation does not matter if the correction is only spherical (meaning nearsighted or far sighted corrections). However with astigmatism, the curvature of the corneal…

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