• 43rd & Dodge
    4353 Dodge
    Omaha, NE

    Spectacles: 402-552-2850
    Contacts: 402-552-2811
    Office: 402-552-2020  

    MON-FRI: 8:00-5:00
    SAT: Closed
  • 135th & California
    13500 California
    Omaha, NE

    Spectacles:  402-827-3200
    Contacts: 402-827-3230
    Office: 402-552-2020 

    MON:  8:00-5:00
    TUE: 8:00-5:00
    WED-FRI: 8:00-5:00
    SAT: Closed
  • 72nd & Giles
    7202 Giles
    La Vista, NE

    Spectacles: 402-779-8100
    Contacts:  402-779-8100
    Office: 402-552-2020  

    MON: Closed until June 1
    TUE: Closed until June 1
    WED-FRI: Closed until June 1
    SAT: Closed
  • 181st & Q
    18111 Q Street
    Omaha, NE

    Spectacles: 402-557-6444
    Contacts:  402-557-6444
    Office: 402-552-2020  

    MON: Closed until May 26
    TUE: Closed until May 26
    WED-FRI: Closed until May 26
    SAT: Closed
  • Council Bluffs
    715 Harmony, Suite 300
    Council Bluffs, IA

    Spectacles:  712-388-2605
    Contacts:  712-388-2605
    Office: 402-552-2020  

    MON-FRI: Closed until May 18 due to COVID restrictions
    SAT: Closed


What is refractive surgery?

The images you see are the result of your cornea and retina working together.

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The retina is a transparent layer in the rear of the eye consisting mainly of nerve cells, and is actually an extension of the brain. The front of the eye (the cornea) focuses images onto the retina that are interpreted by the brain.

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Tissue in a healthy eye produces a transparent fluid called aqueous humor that travels through the eye before exiting through tiny channels on the surface of the eye. The balancing act between the production and outflow of this fluid determines the pressure inside your eye – your intraocular pressure.

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The cornea is the clear front window of the eye. It transmits light to the interior of the eye allowing us to see clearly.

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Cataract surgery is one of the most common surgeries performed in the United States each year, with over two million surgeries performed each year. It is also one of the safest surgeries, with over 95% of those surgeries having no complications.

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