A recent article in the Baltimore Sun shared the journey that Baltimore Ravens defensive tackle, Brandon Williams went through when he was diagnosed with something we see every day at our office, keratoconus.
Patients who have recently had their cataract surgery with us, always share some incredible aspects of what changed in their lives after their surgeries, what they can see better now, how the colors are brighter and everything is “crisper.” Not so often is it that we find articles in the New York Times where an… Read More
Bascom Palmer Eye Institute hosted a meeting titled Interactive Consultations in Cornea & Refractive Surgery, in February of this year. Two of our surgeons are both considered Bascom Palmer Institute faculty as “Voluntary Assistant Professors of Ophthalmology.” They presented the latest research on 2 very relevant, talked about topics in ophthalmology right now. Dr. William… Read More
It really blows us away when friends and family members tell us it has been “years” since they see their eye doctor. How would your life change if we told you this is all you could see? Do you know what the leading cause of preventable blindness is? Well, it’s Diabetic retinopathy and if it… Read More
An amazing new article in Optometric Management by Dr. Douglas Devries, OD featured a study conducted by our very own Dr. William Trattler, MD. The study consisted of 143 prospective cataract patients in 9 centers across the US in 2011. These patients were evaluated for dry eye by multiple measurements that we use including Tear… Read More