Dr. Ken Kreidl, Boulder Medical Center ophthalmologist, discusses how femtosecond laser technology can potentially provide more refined and predictable results during cataract removal surgery.
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This guide to ingredients in over-the-counter eye drops helps you choose the best products for your needs. By Dr. Ken Kreidl, MD, ophthalmologist at Boulder Medical Center.
by Ken Kreidl, MD Ophthalmologist at Boulder Medical Center The eye drop section of your local pharmacy or supermarket can be overwhelming.…read more
by Dr. Ken Kreidl, Ophthalmologist at Boulder Medical Center. April is Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month and I wanted…read more
A new intraocular lens for cataract surgery, called the Symfony Lens, has just been FDA approved, and it is quickly…read more
She shuffled into the exam room in La Clinica Maxeña in Santo Tomas La Union, Guatemala, slowly and supported by…read more
A cataract is a cloudy lens that causes a decrease in vision over time. Cataract surgery is available to remove…read more
Conjunctivitis, commonly referred to as pink eye, is one of the most dreaded conditions that many people fear much more…read more
BMC Optical is now offering Blue Tech or TheraBlue lenses for glasses in a range of products (with or without prescription). We…read more
One of the most important decisions you have to make before your cataract surgery, is what kind of intraocular lens…read more