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Author: Dr. Ernest Kornmehl

Can Dry Eye Be Reversed?

Dry eye is a chronic condition that affects millions of Americans. Someone with dry eye either does not produce enough tears to keep the eyes properly moisturized, or produces tears that are of poor quality and cannot sufficiently lubricate the eyes. Those experiencing symptoms of dry eye (e.g., itchy, irritated eyes; sensitivity to light; general discomfort)… Read the full article

Can Cataracts Cause Blindness?

Can Cataracts Cause Blindness? The visual deterioration caused by cataracts can be worrisome. Those that have experienced the loss of clear vision and other worsening cataract symptoms may wonder if they are destined to become blind. Dr. Ernest Kornmehl, an experienced cataract surgeon at Kornmehl Laser Eye Associates, discusses the possibility of that happening in this post. The… Read the full article

Is LASIK Permanent?

People considering laser vision correction with LASIK usually want to know how long the results of surgery last. Will the clear, crisp vision produced by LASIK last forever, or does visual clarity dissipate over time? Experienced LASIK surgeon Ernest Kornmehl of Kornmehl Laser Eye Associates reveals the answer in this post. LASIK Results Are Permanent LASIK corrects nearsightedness, farsightedness… Read the full article

5 Surprising Facts about LASIK

Since it was approved by the FDA in the ’90s, LASIK surgery has helped millions of Americans enjoy clearer, sharper vision. Despite its popularity and well-documented history of safety, there is still a lot of misinformation and questions surrounding LASIK. In this post, Dr. Ernest Kornmehl of Boston area  Kornmehl Laser Eye Associates reveals some of the lesser-known facts… Read the full article

FDA Approves Gene Therapy for Rare Form of Blindness

In December 2017, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved LUXTURNA™, the first and only gene therapy drug for the treatment of a rare condition that can cause blindness.  Dr. Ernest Kornmehl of Boston area Kornmehl Laser Eye Associates explains what this exciting news means. Gene Therapy for Retinal Disorder Luxturna was developed for people that… Read the full article