To fuel its growth, the company is looking for optometrists interested in licensing opportunities. Ideal candidates for Pearle Vision ownership should possess a desire to join a trusted industry-leading brand and work within a proven system to provide exceptional eye care and superior patient service. Pearle Vision licensees can expect to pay an initial licensing fee of $30,000 and $20,000 for each subsequent eye care center. Optometrists interested in exploring re-licensing or new development opportunities in the Greater Detroit area should contact Mike Hosford, O.D., at firstname.lastname@example.org or (616) 204-9742. For more information, please visit http://www.ownapearlevision.com . About Pearle Vision Pearle Vision was founded in 1961 by Dr.
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Washington DC Ophthalmologist Uses the Smallest Medical Device Ever Approved by the FDA to Reduce Eye Pressure Associated With Glaucoma
Mayer says, while the iStent is currently approved for use only in conjunction with cataract surgery, there are a variety of effective treatments that can help patients slow the progression of glaucoma and reduce the risk of complete loss of vision due to the condition. About Hylton R. Mayer, MD Dr. Hylton Mayer is a graduate of Centre College and earned his medical degree at the Medical College of Ohio (now the University of Toledo School of Medicine). He went on to complete his ophthalmology residency training at the Yale University School of Medicine Department of Ophthalmology. A board-certified ophthalmologist, Dr. Mayer is also a fellowship-trained glaucoma specialist and has served as an Assistant Professor at the Yale University School of Medicine Department of Ophthalmology, where he was appointed the Director of the Cataract Surgery Section and Glaucoma Fellowship Program Director.
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Beware! Those flashes in eye could mean retinal detachment
“People with myopia or high myopia need to be extra careful, including those who have a history of detachment in their families. Sudden flashes of light, black spots and blurry vision should not be ignored, especially by such patients,” he said. Agrees Sanjay Dhawan, director of ophthalmology at Fortis Memorial Research Institute in Gurgaon, who says that people with myopia should get regular eye check up done. “Prevention is always better than cure. If not diagnosed and treated at the right time, it can lead to blindness.
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