Recent study shows INTACS corneal rings may decrease progression of Keratoconus
Lance Kugler, MD Practice NewsINTACS corneal rings have been used as a treatment for keratoconus for several years. Although experts have always assumed that INTACS prevent the progression of keratoconus, and decrease the chance of requiring a corneal transplantation, we now have scientific proof. Researchers in France recently published an article in the inter national... Read more
What is ASA and how is it different from LASIK?
Lance Kugler, MD General Eye Questions, Refractive SurgeryWhen discussing laser eye surgery, people typically refer to LASIK as the only option for vision correction. While it is still the most popular type of eye surgery, there are other alternatives for those who are not a candidate. Advanced Surface Ablation (ASA), also known as Photorefractive Keratectomy (PRK), corrects a person’s vision by... Read more
SSP (Scleral Spacing Procedure), an experimental new surgical procedure to reduce the need for reading glasses, was recently featured in the Omaha World Herald
Lance Kugler, MD Practice NewsThe article, which appeared in the July 2, 2012 edition, may be read in its entirety on the Omaha World Herald website. Dr. Kugler is currently a Principal Investigator for an experimental surgical procedure designed to reduce patients’ need for reading glasses. To learn more about this new procedure, please visit our SSP... Read more