September 20, 2016

There are a lot of LASIK surgeons in the Wilkes-Barre area, and all of them want your business. Choosing the right one is important, but it's not easy. It's tempting to choose the LASIK surgeon who is closest to you or offers the cheapest prices.

Tempting, but wrong. The health of your eyes is too important to trust to someone based entirely on those considerations. Instead, you need to look deeper.

The most important factor when...

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August 26, 2016

Do you have trouble seeing things? Do you find yourself squinting or getting major headaches regularly? If something doesn't seem right with your vision, you may have one or more problems that need some type of corrective treatment.

There are many signs that you may need to visit an eye doctor to receive treatment for your vision. These symptoms may include:

  • Trouble seeing things that are near to you
  • Trouble seeing things that are far from you
  • Seeing black spots in your eyes
  • Double Vision
  • Haziness or blurriness
  • Having to squint to see things
  • Major headaches...
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August 09, 2016

At the Northeastern Eye Institute, we understand that every patient and every pair of eyes is unique. We know a one-size-fits-all approach to LASIK surgery isn't the right approach for the people of the Scranton-Wilkes Barre area. That's why we have a number of versions of, and alternatives to, the LASIK procedure.

You deserve amazing vision, and we're committed to helping you achieve that. Your laser vision correction...

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July 20, 2016

There are a range of benefits offered by daily disposable contact lenses, and many consumers are making the switch for the sake of convenience and for their eye health. Daily contact lenses are used once per day, with a new set each morning. If you are thinking about contact lenses, you owe it to yourself to consider the benefits of daily disposables.

The idea of throwing out your contacts at the end of each day may seem wasteful, but there are many advantages to this approach,...

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July 12, 2016

Just as the rest of your body ages and changes, your eyes also change, and when they do, it affects your prescription eye glasses. Even though many people over 40 might be more aware of possible changes that can occur with the onset of presbyopia and the increased likelihood of cataracts and macular degeneration, younger people also need to understand that your eyes can change at any age, and only regular eye exams can help you ensure you have the right prescription.

So if you have had your glasses...

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June 27, 2016

When your eyes are operating as they should, it's often easy to forego a regular eye exam, especially when you're busy with work, school, and/or kids. After all, if you don't have any problems seeing, why take the time out of your schedule to go to an eye doctor? Actually, there are many reasons.

Regular eye exams are important because many eye diseases don't have apparent symptoms but can have serious effects. Your eyes could be suffering from something easily taken care of, but you wouldn't...

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June 08, 2016

Today there are more options available for Laser vision correction surgery than ever before. LASIK surgery can offer real change for those who have poor vision and feel limited by glasses and contact lenses.

To find out if you are a candidate for LASIK surgery, or other vision correction surgery, a thorough exam is the only way to know for sure. Once a careful examination has been performed, our...

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May 17, 2016

As we age, it is not abnormal for cataracts to form. When this happens, the lenses in our eyes become cloudy, which can affect the clarity of our vision. Sometimes small cataracts do not affect your eye sight, but as they grow, it can become harder to see.

Depending on when your cataracts are diagnosed, your treatment options will vary. If you are able to diagnose cataracts early on, your vision may be effectively improved with treatment options including:

  • New eyeglasses
  • Sunglasses with anti-glare properties
  • Magnifying lenses
  • The use of better or brighter lighting...
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May 10, 2016

Your eyes are one of the most important and sensitive parts of your body. When you decide to undergo eye surgery in Scranton, whether LASIK, Visian ICL, or one of the other available alternatives, it's important to choose the right eye surgeon.

When considering your options, the surgeon of your choice will should not simply be the best-qualified or lowest-priced option. If you're not comfortable in any way with the person who will be performing the procedure, you should explore alternative options.

There are several things to consider when choosing your Scranton...

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April 18, 2016

March 18, 2009 -- The first laser assisted corneal transplant in the Northeastern United States was recently performed at Northeastern Eye Institute in Scranton, Pennsylvania. The procedure was performed by Dr. Christopher S. Jordan, a third generation ophthalmologist who is a cornea, refractive and cataract surgeon. 

A corneal transplant, also known as a corneal graft, is a procedure that involves removal of the central portion of a diseased cornea, replacing it with a matched donor cornea. The procedure is performed to correct the absence of acceptable vision due to scarring,...

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