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July 20, 2017

Premium intraocular lens implants (IOLs) offer a variety of advantages as they allow you to see both near and far at the same time. Our eye doctor, Dr. Richard Foulkes, uses laser vision correction to give you the best results possible and ensure you never need glasses again. Learn more in the video above.

If you’re interested in premium lens implants, please contact Foulkes Vision in Chicago today at ...

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July 03, 2017

3 Advantages to Premium Intraocular Lens Implants | LombardCataract surgery is one of the most widely performed surgical procedures, with nearly three million done each year in the United States. The surgical removal of a cataract is actually quite simple and takes as little as ten minutes to complete. Our skilled eye surgeon will remove your clouded natural eye lens and replace it with an artificial lens—or Intraocular Lens (IOL)—to restore clear vision. There...

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June 28, 2017

Data analysis shows that long-term contact lens wearers are more at risk of corneal infection than LASIK patients after five years.You’ve likely heard the horror stories of contact lens wearers who left them in for too long and subsequently damaged their vision trying to extract it. You’ve probably also heard the horror stories and myths about rare LASIK complications. The debate about whether contact lenses or laser eye...

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June 20, 2017

Eye disease treatment in Chicago and Lombard Keratoconus is an eye disease. It involves the irregular shape of the cornea. Your cornea is normally round and spherical. When keratoconus develops, it causes the cornea to become cone shaped. This is caused by the thinning of the corneal tissue, which then bulges into the conical shape.

There are a number of treatments for keratoconus, including a variety of contact lenses:

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June 15, 2017

The average LASIK patient can see remarkably well just three or four hours after the procedure, and vision continues to improve over the next three or four days. Our eye surgeon, Dr. Richard Foulkes, suggests that those who work in jobs where debris might be in the air take a few days off so your eyes can heal and avoid unnecessary complications. Learn more about LASIK and when you can return to your normal activities in the...

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June 01, 2017

What is Corneal Cross-Linking and How Does it Help Eye Disease? Corneal cross-linking (CXL) strengthens the tissue holding your cornea together which may have weakened due to keratoconus. Keratoconus causes the circular nerve connected to your cornea to thin and deteriorate, leading to a cone-like bulge in the eye and distorted vision over time. This eye disease is degenerative, and it’s important to begin...

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May 31, 2017

LASIK and Cataracts: Do They Mix? | Lombard, Chicago, IllinoisThe treatment for refractive error with LASIK eye surgery is much different than cataract surgery to get rid of the clouding caused by the cataract in the natural lens of your eye. Our patients at Foulkes Vision often ask if they can have LASIK to correct minor cataracts. The answer is yes and no.

Technically, you can have LASIK...

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May 19, 2017

The VISIAN™ ICL implant is often used for men and women who do not qualify for LASIK due to an extremely large prescription power. The LASIK procedure works by reshaping the cornea, and this can be an issue for those with severely poor eyesight because too much reshaping is required to correct vision, which can put you at risk of complications. The VISIAN™ implant is essentially an internal contact lens surgically placed behind your pupil to give you better...

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May 01, 2017

Are LASIK Myths Keeping You From Perfect Vision? | ChicagoLASIK eye surgery has given millions of men and women perfect or near-perfect vision over the last 25 years. Still, misconceptions about LASIK keep many Americans from achieving better eyesight. If you have healthy eyes, a stable prescription and are over the age of 18, you could be the perfect LASIK candidate. Don’t let LASIK myths stop you from...

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April 28, 2017

As with all forms of eye surgery, KAMRA™ inlay surgery comes with a risk of infection. We work to lower the chance of this complication by using powerful antibiotics, and there are very few instances of infection regarding KAMRA™ surgery. The biggest challenge of KAMRA™ is placing the tiny inlay directly over the center of your cornea. Our eye surgeon, Dr. Richard Foulkes, diligently works to improve his methods for KAMRA™ surgery to make sure it stays precisely over the area...

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