Illustration of cataract surgery with intraocular lens transplant.

Cataract Surgery with Intraocular Lens Implant

Cataract is clouding of the lens in the front of the eye that may impair your vision. Dr. Barron has extensive experience in cataract surgery. He now performs evaluations to see if cataract surgery would be beneficial.  

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Illustration of a corneal transplant.

Corneal Transplant

If you suffer from advanced corneal disease, a corneal transplant may be the only way to restore your vision. Corneal transplants are very specialized procedures to replace a cloudy cornea with a clear donor cornea. Not all doctors are qualified to perform them. As an experienced corneal specialist, Dr. Barron can evaluate if such a procedure could be beneficial. 

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Laser technology used for glaucoma treatment.

Glaucoma Lasers and Surgery

In many cases, Dr. Barron can treat glaucoma with eye drops. If you do not respond to this initial treatment, he may recommend a glaucoma laser or surgery. He offers several different laser or surgical procedures to treat glaucoma.

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Eye Injections

To treat many retinal diseases such as macular degeneration or diabetic retinopathy, eye drops or pills often do not deliver a high enough amount of medication to the retina in the back of the eye. Our doctors are among the few specialists in our region that offer injections of medication into or around the eye to deliver medications to where it is needed. These injections are performed in the office, often on the day of your visit.

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Illustration of laser treatment on a leaking blood vessel.

Retinal Lasers

Retinal lasers can seal leaking blood vessels, stabilize abnormal vessels, or barricade a tear in the retina. Dr. Barron performs various types of laser procedures for certain retinal conditions such as diabetic retinopathy or retinal tears. These laser procedures can often be performed in the office on the day of your visit.

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Illustration of a detached retina.

Retinal Detachment Repair

A retinal detachment often times requires surgery to prevent permanent vision loss. There are various ways of repairing a retinal detachment including pneumatic retinopexy, vitrectomy, or scleral buckle. Dr. Barron is among the few surgeons in our region who are trained to perform these specialized procedures.

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Macular hole in the eye.

Macular Hole Repair

Macular holes often develop when the vitreous gel inside your eye pulls on the retina in the central portion of your vision. This can significantly impair your vision. Dr. Barron offers various options for repair of the hole including vitrectomy with temporary placement of a gas bubble inside the eye. He utilizes the most advanced techniques for this type of repair.

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Macular pucker being repaired through vitrectomy treatment.

Macular Pucker Repair

A macular pucker occurs when scar tissue grows on the surface of your macula, the central part of your retina. This tissue can pull on your retina and distort your vision. Surgery for macular pucker may restore some of your vision. Dr. Barron offer surgery to remove this scar tissue.

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Foreign object in the eye.

Ocular Foreign Body Removal

Foreign objects such as small fragments of metal or wood can become lodged in your eye and cause damage to your eye. If you try to remove the object yourself, you could severely damage the structure of your eye. Our doctors utilize precise techniques to remove the object in a safe manner.

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Illustration of the zones/areas of eye trauma.

Ocular Trauma Repair

Eye trauma can result in serious injuries such as scratches or lacerations of the cornea, bleeding inside the eye, glaucoma, or infections. These types of injuries require immediate attention. Our doctors are experienced in managing these complicated conditions.

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A stye on the eye.

Drainage of Eyelid Stye

Styes are pimple-like bumps that appear on your eyelids. Dr. Barron can evaluate the lesion and offer various treatments including drainage of the stye in the office.

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