LASIK is the most frequently performed elective surgery in North America. This highly effective outpatient procedure is often referred to as refractive surgery or laser vision correction. LASIK eye surgery is used to correct the following vision problems: Myopia (Nearsightedness) occurs when your eye is too long in relation to the curvature of your […]
Dr. Steven Zeldes uses an innovative technology called the ORA (Optiwave Refractive Analysis) System with VerifEye, which continuously monitors the measurements of a patient’s eye during cataract surgery. This incredibly accurate, real-time display of a patient’s eye provides Dr. Zeldes with an unprecedented level of valuable information that allows him to customize each patient’s procedure […]
Considering Lasik? Here’s a new surgical option – Contoura Vision. Contoura® Vision is a topography-guided LASIK surgery recently approved by the FDA, making it the newest LASIK eye surgery technology available in the U.S. This new technology provides surgeons a greater degree of personalization. Dr. Zeldes, M.D., is a Medical Board Certified Ophthalmologist, meaning he has successfully completed tests administered by […]
Dr Zeldes discusses quality management in Health Care.
Dr. Steven Zeldes is pleased to offer BlephEx to his patients in his West Bloomfield ophthalmology practice. BlephEx is an amazing technology that treats Blepharitis, a chronic inflammatory disease of the eyelids caused by an overgrowth of normal bacteria that live along the eyelid. Blepharitis is often the precursor to more severe eyelid diseases, such […]
Having diabetes, a metabolic condition or disease that affects the body’s ability to generate enough insulin, may increase your chance of having other eye conditions. If you have diabetes, you need to be aware of the types of diabetc eye diseases that could affect you. Most importantly, you need to be proactive about your eye […]
You’ve probably heard the term “cataracts” – and know it involves the eye – but maybe you’re not quite sure about the specifics. The term cataract refers to the clouding of the lens of the eye. If you consider that the lens of the eye is similar to the lens of a camera, it’s easy […]
Dr. Steven Zeldes describes his experience with Google Glass and explores ways in which it could enhance electronic medical record workflow.