Educational Videos

Watch educational, medical videos related to eye care, eye health and surgical procedures in the field of ophthalmology. To watch videos on a particular category, choose the link below for that specific specialty.

Macular Degeneration: Overview

Age related macular degeneration also known as AMD, is the deterioration of the center of the retina called the macula.

Macular Degeneration: Treatment Overview

While macular degeneration is a common cause of vision loss, early detection and timely treatment can help delay its progression and preserve your vision.

Cosmetic Fillers: Overview

Many people notice undesirable facial lines, shadows and wrinkles appearing as they age.

Muscle Relaxing Injections (Cosmetic)

Many of us notice fine lines on our faces. Tiny lines may exist in the corners of our eyes, making us look older.

Muscle Relaxing Injections: Overview

Muscle relaxing injections use a naturally formed substance that allows underlying facial muscles to remain in a relaxed state, leaving skin with a smoother, younger and more desirable appearance.

Ptosis: Treatment Overview

Drooping eyelids caused by ptosis can be addressed with an outpatient procedure.

Ptosis: Overview

When someone suffers from drooping eyelids, they may have difficulty seeing. This often results from a condition called ptosis.

Blepharitis: Overview

Blepharitis is a common condition that results in inflammation affecting the eyelids, and eyelashes.

IOL: Multifocal Lens – Overview


A special type of lens implant, called a multifocal lens, simultaneously provides both near and far focus and can greatly reduce your dependence on reading glasses after cataract surgery.

IOL: Multifocal – Introduction


New multifocal IOLs are now available which can reduce the need for reading glasses after cataract, or lens replacement surgery.

IOL: Toric Lens – Overview


Astigmatism correction can also be incorporated into the artificial lens that is implanted at the time of cataract surgery.

IOL: Toric Lens – Introduction


Special IOLs, called Toric IOLs, can reduce or eliminate the need for low vision correction after cataract surgery.

IOL: Toric Lens – Introduction (RLE)

Special IOLs, called Toric IOLs, can reduce or eliminate the need for distance vision correction after lens replacement surgery.

Macular Degeneration: Wet Form


A less common, but more serious form of age related macular degeneration is called the "wet form".

Intravitreal Injections: Post-Op

After an intravitreal injection, patients may experience a mild irritation or burning sensation that typically lasts less than a day.

Retinal Detachment Overview

A retinal detachment occurs when the retina's layers separate.

Vitreous Detachment Video


As we age, the vitreous inside the eye tends to shrink, and may eventually separate from the inside surface of the eye.

Importance of Complete Eye Exams

Caring for your eyesight begins with complete eye examinations.

LASIK Refractive Surgery – Who is a Good Candidate?

LASIK can be very successful when performed on the right patients, but is not for everyone.

What is Refractive Surgery

Glasses and contacts can be great tools used to help you see clearly, but they can also come with their own set of problems.

What is a Refractive Error

When light reaches a curved surface it bends. This process of bending light is called refraction.

Refractive Errors and Eye Diseases

We depend on our eyes for vision throughout our lives. Decreased vision, occurring at any age, can significantly impact the quality of our lives.

Refractive Error: Introduction

Nothing is more precious than our eye sight. Our eyes allow us to enjoy the beauty of the world around us.

Refractive Cataract Surgery: During The Procedure


Cataract surgery is one of the safest and most commonly performed operations around the world.