"I have a lot to be thankful for, especially for the wonderful care provided to me by you and your staff."—Mary
"Thank you for taking such excellent care of my son. When he took that patch off, he said 'WOW.'"—Charlotte
WE SPECIALIZE in customer-centered eye care. Whether you're coming in for a prescription or a surgery consultation, the staff at Maple Grove Eye Clinic will help you find the right treatment.
We offer a broad spectrum of contact lenses. Until recently, many people with dry eyes or with a history of past radial keratotomy or cornea transplant surgery or with keratoconus were poor contact lens candidate. People over age 40 had difficulty with near vision, requiring readers, with recent advances — toric lenses for astigmatism, monovision or bifocal contact lenses for reading vision and silicone hydrogel contacts for dry eyes — many more are candidates for contact lenses. Recently, Synergeyes hybrid contact lenses have been introduced for difficult to fit eyes. To learn more, visit www.synergeyes.com/patient.html.
We offer refractive surgery screening for no charge and feature advanced surface treatment or epilasik — a technique that corrects most near sighted eyes without the risk of flap complications or a weakened cornea — risks associated with standard lasik. To learn more, visit www.allaboutvision.com/visionsurgery/epi-lasik.htm
In selected eyes, wavefront or custom laser correction, more exactly corrects the individual refractive error of your eye and reduces undesirable visual symptoms such as ghosting images at night and poor contrast while reading. To learn more about custom lasik surgery, visit www.allaboutvision.com.
Cataract surgery is safer, more predictable and comfortable than ever before. Cataract surgery involves removal of your cloudy lens and insertion of a lens implant (intraocular lens or IOL) in its place.
A Toric IOL may be selected to treat pre-existing astigmatism and thereby offer the best opportunity for spectacle independent vision at distance. We use the ACRYSOF IQ TORIC IOL which in addition to correcting astigmatism offers aspheric technology. This reduces higher orders of visual aberration – those qualities of vision that affect contrast and the challenges of nighttime vision performance. To learn more visit: www.acrysofiqtoric.com
For those who want to reduce or eliminate their dependence on glasses, multifocal IOL’s are available. These premium lens provide vision both at distance and for near activities. The ACRYSOF IQ ReSTOR IOL provides a full range of vision from distance to comfortable reading vision. This innovative lens combines apodized diffractive technology with refractive technology. Diffractive means the spreading of light passing through a lens. The center of the ReSTOR lens is an apodized diffractive optic. Apodized means a series of rings which gradally taper, smoothly transitioning the focus point from distance to intermediate to near focus. Refraction means the redirection of light passing through a lens, as in glasses or contact lenses. The outer rings of the ReSOTR refracts light to provide excellent distance vision. To learn more visit: www.acrysofrestor.com
The Tecnis Multifocal Lens is a fully apodized diffractive lens – there is no refractive component. This allows high quality vision at any distance. In addition, excellent near vision is not affected by low light levels, as in a restaurant reading a menu. This most recent addition to premium lenses was approved by the FDA in January 2009 after demonstrating 20/25 or better vision at distance and 20/32 or better at near in 93% of participants. To learn more visit: www.tecnismultifocal.com
An excellent overview of glaucoma treatment is available here.
Dr. Anderson may recommend vitamins, laser or ocular injections for the treatment of macular degeneration. To learn more, visit here.