Welcome To Somers Eye Center

Here at Somers Eye Center, we are dedicated to ensuring that our patients get the vision they deserve. We are also dedicated to making sure that all of our patients have healthy eyes.

Our entire ophthalmology staff works together to give you a good visit every time you come into our office. We will work around your schedule and make every effort to see you in a timely fashion. To do this, we ask that you call ahead with any questions or concerns you have before your appointment.

Don’t hesitate to call us today at (816) 842-2015 with any questions or to schedule a consultation!

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Lasik Eye Surgery

LASIK stands for laser in-situ keratomileusis and is a popular surgery to correct vision problems. LASIK can help people who are nearsighted or farsighted, as well those who have astigmatism.

LASIK works by reshaping the cornea with a laser, which allows light to be correctly focused onto the retina. A laser is used to create a small flap is in the cornea, which is peeled back so another laser can reshape the cornea. The flap is then placed back and the surgery is complete.

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Ophthalmology Services

If you are having vision problems, seeing spots, or dealing with anything else related to your vision, we will perform a thorough examination before running some tests to diagnose the problem. We will then talk you through treatment to get your vision where it needs to be.

We are also here for you when you have diseases such as diabetes or glaucoma. We will be with you every step of the way, following up to ensure your eyes are getting the treatment they need. If things are not progressing the way that they should, we will change things.

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Cataract Surgery

Cataracts are a leading cause of vision issues for people over 40 and are one of the main causes of blindness. A cataract is a clouding of the eye, specifically in the eye’s lens behind the pupil, caused by proteins clumping together. There are different kinds of cataracts, and they can have different causes. Aging or other medical conditions can contribute to the development of cataracts in your eyes.

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